Posted on :
21 Nov, 2016
21 Nov, 2016
Since 2006, Tullow has had interests in two exploration licences offshore Ghana. Following seismic acquisition and interpretation, Tullow and its partners drilled two successful exploration wells in 2007. The wells discovered the major Jubilee oil field in the Gulf of Guinea’s Tano Basin. The Jubilee Cretaceous turbidite reservoir straddled both licences; Deepwater Tano and West Cape Three Points.
In October 2008, Tullow was appointed as the Jubilee field Operator and set about working with the partners and Government of Ghana on developing the field to bring Ghana its first major oil production. The Minister of Energy in Ghana formally approved the Jubilee field Phase 1 Development Plan and Unitisation Agreement on behalf of the Government of Ghana in July 2009. In November 2010, following a successful development programme, which included the building of a Floating Production Offtake Vessel (FPSO), first oil was achieved from the Jubilee field. This was some 40 months post the initial discovery well which represents the fastest ever comprehensive full scale deepwater development.
|Job Title:||Facilities Maintenance Assistant|
|Location & Team:||Accra|
|Department||Facilities & Administration|
|Reports To:||Facilities Maintenance Officer|
|Interacts With:||Internal: All Departments
|Supervises:||Directly supervises Maintenance Contractors.
|Job Purpose:||Assist with the safe maintenance, repair or replacement of equipment and systems, using best industry practice and system to ensure maximum benefit of accommodations, while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.Carries out responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws
|Responsibilities / Key Objectives:||Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Assist and Participate in objective setting and plan development for maintenance of office and residences
Monitor the use of inventory suppliers and equipment and initiate reordering when required.
Liaising with maintenance contractors to undertake routine servicing as well as breakdown and repairs in the various TGL office residences under the maintenance contract.
Assist with the supervision of the residence maintenance program based on best practices with an emphasis on planning/scheduling and preventive/predictive maintenance.
Responsible for the up to date record of all operating and training manuals for equipment in TGL facilities.
Actively assist in the preparation of all permits to work, routine certificate for all works within TGL. Ensure toolbox talks are held alongside the adherence of the use of the required PPEs.
Assist with the preparation of reports on all maintenance related activities in all facilities and makes recommendations for improving operations and solving maintenance-related problems.
Communicates regularly with Maintenance Contractor, to ensure good two-way communication concerning maintenance issues.
Ensures metropolitan regulations relating to the maintenance department are met at all times.
Provide timely feedback to all stakeholders on maintenance activities.
|Education & Experience:||A minimum of HND Construction engineering, HND Building technology or Bsc Land Economy, BSc. Building services or BSc. Civil Engineering with three (3) years post qualification experience|
|Skills:||Good knowledge of facilities management.Strong personal customer service orientation and experience of working in a customer-focused business settings.
Strong IT and analytical skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Strong Knowledge of Environmental Health and safety
|Business Behaviours:||Ensure that confidentiality is maintained at all times.Practical approach, not afraid to understand and address issues.
Ability to think and act quickly and recognise the importance of getting out and about in the business.