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The Manager Maintenance Melt Shop reports to the General Manager Melt Shop and is responsible
for planning, implementation, and overall management of the maintenance process across all units
of the Melt Shop Facility. The execution of activities within this portfolio must be in keeping with the
production targets of the company and on-time delivery to Customers.
1. Establishes an efficient system to manage the procurement of spare parts for the Melt Shop
facility, ensuring that all components of the procurement value chain are engaged and the
relevant specifications and timelines for delivery are met.
2. Plan, execute and monitor annual plant turn-around activities and develop a management
strategy for directing all routine corrective and preventative maintenance activities.
3. Prepare, monitor and control budget allocations.
4. Develop and implement plant improvement initiatives that boost efficiency across the
medium and long term.
5. Oversee the process for management of all personnel related matters across the Unit --
performance management, training and development and issues resolution, as directed
by the Company's Human Resources procedures and policies.
6. Analyse all Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation jobs and prioritise their execution
within agreed time-frames and cost/efficiency structures.
7. Maximise the use of the Company's computerized maintenance management systems to
coordinate maintenance activities.
8. Engage with the Production and Process departments in order to ensure maximum
efficiency in the execution of all scheduled work activities across the facility.
9. Liaise with the Company's Central Repairs Workshop as well as External Workshops to
ensure all spare equipment are repaired and returned according to the required quality
and technical specifications.
10. Follow, implement, carryout, observe all Company rules pertaining to occupational safety,
health and environment.
11. Ensure that all jobs are executed within an established framework that meets the
Company's quality standards.
Qualifications & Experience
1. Minimum B.Sc. Engineering.
2. Post-graduate certification in Mechanical Engineering.
3. Minimum 5 years Industrial experience and understanding of the Global Steel Business.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
1. Excellent command of computer technology and all related Microsoft applications.
2. Expert command of SAP Management Systems.
3. Demonstrated competence in Work Flow and Project Management.
4. Keen understanding of Mechanical Maintenance within the Steel Industry.
Applications with full resumes and contact details should be labelled as follows and submitted to:
'Manager Maintenance - Melt Shop'
The Manager - Human Resources
ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Limited
P.O. Bag 476
Applicants are also required to submit their applications to:
The Chief Manpower Officer
Ministry of Labour, Small and Micro Enterprise Development
Level 11 Riverside Plaza
Port of Spain
Receipt of applications will cease on November 5 , 2013. Unsuitable applications will not be
MALE AND FEMALE SECURITY OFFICERS
(WORK AT A PRIMARY SCHOOL IN YOUR AREA)
Any Form Of L.D
Two (2) Recent Photographs
Two (2) Recent Recommendations
Interested persons must apply no later than Thursday
31st October, 2013 via Email:
email@example.com Or call 298-7087/ 298-7154
for further information.
All applications will be held in strictest confidence! 1027082
Defending champions Tonya
Nero and George Towett will be
among some 1,000 competitors fac-
ing starter Jehue Gordon at 5.50
this morning in St Augustine, in
the tenth UWI SPEC International
Half-Marathon (13.1 miles).
T&T athlete Nero crushed her
female competitors last year, stop-
ping the clock in one hour, 18 min-
utes and 30 seconds to win the
women s category. Another local,
Celine Lestrade, finished a distant
second in 1:35:05, while Juliet John-
Sambrano of T&T rounded off the
top three in 1:40:45.
Kenya-born Towett, representing
USA, came out on top in the more
competitive male category. Towett,
who will be aiming for a hat-trick
of titles today, broke the tape in
1:08:25. The top ten last year finished
within ten minutes of each other.
Some of the top locals expected to
take part are Richard Jones, Matthew
Hagley and Curtis Cox, who placed
second, third and fourth, respec-
tively, in 2012.
As part of UWI s executive plan
to promote corporate social respon-
sibility, ten specifically-chosen rep-
resentatives, both from the public
and within the campus, will run for
charity. Some of the persons named
were media personality and soca
artiste Jason Williams, who will run
for Break the Silence, John Donald-
son (First Citizens, Rape Crisis Soci-
ety of T&T), Renata Sankar (UWI
staff, T&T Coalition Against Domes-
tic Violence) and Stephen Sheppard
(UWI director, HR, Habitat For
Participants will have the oppor-
tunity to run away with $150,000
in cash prizes. The champion in the
male and female open/international
categories will win US$2,000 each,
while the male and female runner
who breaks the course record will
become US$1,000 richer.
Nero seeks to
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