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ICL Maintenance Planner in Lawrence, Kansas

Maintenance Planner

Date: Oct 14, 2021

Posting End Date: Oct 29, 2021


Lawrence, KS, US, 66044

Company: ICL Specialty Products Inc

Job Description

ICL is a leading global specialty minerals and specialty chemicals company that creates impactful solutions for humanity’s sustainability challenges in global food, agriculture and industrial markets. ICL leverages its unique bromine, potash and phosphate resources, its passionate team of talented employees and its strong focus on R&D and technological innovation to drive growth across its end markets. With approximately 11,000 employees worldwide, ICL operates mining and production sites located in Israel, Europe, North and South America and China which are supported by worldwide distribution and supply chains. Due to strong synergies between its business units and their mutual support, ICL benefits from its advantageous size, geographical spread and operational flexibility. With a culture based upon leadership, innovation and sustainability, ICL is well positioned to be an Employer of Choice within the communities in which we operate.

As the Maintenance Planner you will be repsonsible for processing maintenance job requests and generate work orders and job plans to allow proper scheduling and efficient execution of the job by the maintenance work force.

I’m interested! What will I get to do in this position?

Ensure ESH Compliance

  • Promote good safety/housekeeping standards.

  • Comply with all ES&H regulatory requirements.

  • Comply with ISO/cGMP/HACCP/Food Safety requirements.

  • Participate in plant audits (food safety, ISO, ESH, etc.).

  • Participate in ES&H project safety reviews.

  • Conduct contractor safety orientation training for planned jobs.

  • Assure contractors utilized are qualified and meet ICL safety programs.

  • Identify safety concerns/issues with all planned work.

  • Prioritize completion of Safety and CTSH work orders.

  • Support and participate in HOP system.

Process Work Orders

  • Convert work notifications into work orders.

  • Estimate time.

  • Update schedule status.

  • Enter work orders into backlog.

  • Scope work request and develop detailed job plans.

  • Identify and verify correct field identification numbers.

  • Solicit engineering analysis and support, if needed.

  • Maintain and update work request backlog

Order Parts

  • Identify vendors and obtain competitive quotes, as required.

  • Fill out parts and service requisitions.

  • Receive parts from stores and stage.

  • Return parts.

  • Set-up/modify Stores item/order information, as needed.

Create Job Plan

  • Research equipment history.

  • Identify safety permits, equipment, and issues relating to work orders.

  • Compliance with all ES&H and Engineering standards.

  • Identify tools and equipment needed for the job.

  • List parts / materials for the job.

  • Identify equipment disconnect locations.

  • Identify pre and post shutdown work.

  • List job steps and specifications.

  • Identify manpower needs.

  • Add completed job plan to schedule.

  • Review completed jobs and update work plan and forms, if needed.

General Plant Responsibilities

  • Support/perform training, as needed, for maintenance resources.

  • Update/maintain maintenance files through current document management system.

  • Communicate daily with Maintenance Leader, Business Unit Leaders (BULs), and any other functions involved in job plans.

  • Assist in development of outage plans.

  • Support drive for continuous improvement of plant reliability and efficiency.

  • Updated KPIs (key performance indicator) metrics.

  • Ownership and support of plant PdM/PM Program.

  • Manage contractors/projects, including selection, qualification, training, job oversight, invoicing, and work order/project closure.

What skills and experience do I need to be successful in this role?

  • High school diploma or GED.

  • Electrical knowledge and experience is required.

  • Three or more years maintenance experience.

  • Communication, interpersonal and leadership abilities.

  • Basic knowledge of all crafts and craft methods, all plant systems, layouts and unit interaction, and all safety procedures and requirements.

  • Team-oriented with skills to execute change and improvement efforts.

  • Strong problem-solving skills and self-direction and accountability.

What will set you apart:

  • Process controls and instrumentation knowledge are highly desired.

  • Mechanical experience/knowledge.

  • Maintenance supervisory experience.

  • Labor relations and/or supervisor skills.

  • Maintenance planning software experience (i.e. SAP).

ICL Job Level: 14


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