Leading Defence Contractor committed to driving strategic growth, Tailored career & development opportunities, Highly skilled and professional team.
Leading Defence Contractor committed to driving strategic growth
Tailored career & development opportunities
Highly skilled and professional team
An opportunity is now available for a Maintenance Supervisor (Power Plant) who wants to be part of something big. At Raytheon, we draw the brightest minds and give them work that excites them while continuously developing an environment for learning to maintain a highly-skilled, world-class workforce.
The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and repair of the power plant and associated equipment, ensuring the delivery of reliable and safe power and utility services to the site on a 24/7 basis. This includes the day-to-day coordination, management, planning, development, and testing of the power generation and associated equipment. Reporting on of safety, quality, financial, risk and opportunity, the Maintenance Supervisor will ensure governance artefacts are developed, applied, and maintained.
Lead and direct the day-to-day management, coordination, and delivery of operations and maintenance and ensure the achievement of performance indicators, targets, technical performance goals, and other milestones within budget(s) and schedule(s).
Control the scheduling and performance of all preventive and corrective maintenance to ensure the timely rectification of faults.
Ensure the delivery of assigned tasks within cost, schedule, quality, and performance specification.
Provide technical advice to the customer on power, utilities and associated services.
Assess, identify, and manage risks, issues, and opportunities in accordance with approved policies, plans, and/or frameworks.
Skills, Experience and Qualifications
Requires a Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician, or Certificate III in Engineering Mechanical Trade with 6 years experience
Requires a Certificate IV in Leadership & Management, or equivalent.
An understanding of the implications of erroneous decisions or failure to achieve results and the flow-on effect in terms of delays in program schedules and allocation of resources.
Ability to draw on prior experience to analyse and solve problems that are difficult in nature and may require a broad understanding of multiple issues, work areas or specialties.