Project Engineer : Supply Chain : Secondary Production : FMCG : Cape Town
Applications are invited for the above-mentioned position to be based in Supply Chain, Secondary Production, Adam Tas, Stellenbosch.
The successful candidate will report to the Engineering Manager.
Key performance areas include, but are not limited to :
Ensuring effective environmental, health, safety, and risk management to local standards.
Ensure that world class asset care and maintenance principles are introduced and adhered to (efficient asset utilization)
Compile, manage and control Capex budget and infrastructure maintenance.
Effective control of all project funding requests (i.e. abnormal maintenance and capital)
To manage performance and people development within department.
Managing maintenance projects and feasibility studies.
Assist with compiling short- and long-term equipment replacement plan
Develop and Management of quality systems (ISO 9001 / 2000) in responsibility area.
Ensure compliance to OHSACT and all Client Risk, Health and Safety procedures, including statutory requirements
Ensure crew complies and adheres to all relevant policies, procedures, work instruction and SOPs
Develop and implement annual departmental business plans and assist in siteâ€™s business plan.
Innovation and business improvements in support of operational goals.
Problem solving and technical guidance of the operational / maintenance teams
Manage multi-disciplinary projects from inception until final commissioning
Conduct all the required risk assessments and HACCAP processes in compliance with Client requirements
Develop project schedules to ensure projects are closely managed
Lead the process of projects FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) and PAT (Performance Acceptance Test)
Ensure that staff is trained and signed off on operation of new equipment
Develop project close out to ensure snags are closed and project formally handed over to the site.
Managing and maintaining site facilities and infrastructure.
Relevant and recognised tertiary qualification BSc degree, B. Tech degree or National Higher Engineering Diploma in Mechanical / Electrical Engineering
A Government Certificate of Competency will be advantageous
The successful candidate must have the following experience / skills :
At least 5 years relevant maintenance and project management experience, preferably in
a beverage or fast-moving consumables goods environment (including budget control)
Project management experience, preferably in a beverage or related production environment
Computer literacy (i.e., Microsoft Office, Excel, SAPR3 / PM)
Willingness to work outside of normal working hours, when required
People management, performance management and leadership skills
Sound written and verbal communication skills at various levels of employees.
A self-starter with high levels of energy and motivation
The successful candidate must be innovative and drive best practices.
Recruitment Note :
Communication will only be with shortlisted candidates