Scheduler, Maintenance

The Maintenance Scheduler is responsible for creating and managing daily and weekly maintenance work schedules and arranging for manpower and materials that are required for our maintenance work plans.   Responsibilities: Scheduling planned maintenance activities for LyondellBasell and resident contract personnel for both daily maintenance and mini-maintenance outages. The Scheduler utilizes a list of required work provided by production (PMC) and the list of available maintenance resources to construct daily and weekly schedules that fully utilizes the resources available in the most efficient way possible. This position verifies work process and procedure compliance while resolving issues. The Scheduler provides input to the Planners for scheduled jobs in advance and forecasts any maintenance resources needed. The Scheduler solicits feedback on executed jobs and then makes necessary changes to ensure work efficiencies continue to improve.     The function is critical to the success of the Maintenance and Operations Work Process (MOWP).    Qualifications: Minimum of three (3) years of prior scheduling with Primavera or similar scheduling tool is preferred.  SAP planner experience in support of petrochemical maintenance process, and/or a minimum five (5) years' experience as a maintenance craftsperson/technician in at least one of three primary skill areas (fitter/boilermaker/welder, machinist/millwright, or instrument/electrical/analyzer) in a petrochemical or refining environment will be considered.  Must have good negotiation, communication (written, verbal, and presentation), organization, and interpersonal skills and the ability to make effective decisions and manage conflicting priorities.  Must be self-motivated and customer oriented.  Must have strong computer skills particularly in SAP, Windows applications, and e-mail.  Must stay current with maintenance practices and technology. 68983
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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