Instrumentation Maintenance Planner

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Hinton, AB, Canada
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    This employment opportunity is open only to Canadian citizens, to landed immigrants in Canada, or to foreign nationals who are legally authorized to work in Canada.

    Your mission:

    Reporting to the Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance Superintendent, the primary responsibility of the Instrumentation Maintenance Planner is to optimize the use of the Maintenance work force through Estimation, Planning, Scheduling, Coordination of Preventative and Corrective Maintenance work within the facility. To be successful in this role requires great organizational skills, alignment in company values, a collaborative leadership style and a personal commitment to safety. This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities as management may deem from time to time.

    • Estimate work orders for material, manpower, tools and equipment requirements
    • Create and revise Job Plans for corrective and preventative maintenance work
    • Key Responsibilities within the daily and weekly Planning and Scheduling Work Team meetings
    • Manage the work order backlog by conducting regular reviews of the backlog with the Planning and Scheduling Work Team to ensure accuracy
    • Work with the Operations Superintendents to prioritize the backlog and reporting of Key Performance Indicators to drive process improvement
    • Coordinating contract services for weekly routine and shutdown work
    • Coordinate scheduled jobs into weekly schedules according to manpower, materials, tools, and equipment
    • Generate and distribute the weekly schedule along with work packages for all scheduled jobs to the Instrumentation Supervisor

    Your profile:

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Strong leadership, planning, budgeting, and problem-solving skills 
    • Knowledge of computer software and applications, with a preference given to a candidate with Maximo/SAP and MS Project experience 
    • Great organizational and project management skills
    • Excellent interpersonal, communication, and team building skills
    • The desire to progress, learn, grow, and succeed
    • A valid Instrumentation and or Electrical trade certificate or Bachelor’s degree in Applied Science/Engineering
    • Experience in Instrumentation, Automation and Controls is required
    • 3 to 5 years’ experience in either a pulp mill or heavy industrial setting is preferred

    Our offer:

    • Start: immediate start possible or within two weeks of offer
    • Location: Hinton, AB
    • Duration: permanent
    • Extent: full-time
    • Learn more why you should join our team! Click the link

    Benefits: Learning & Development 

    Get in touch:

    We strive to create a culture that inspires our people to reach their full potential. Going the extra mile – for colleagues and customers – our people are what drives our passion for performance, and are the key ingredient of Mondi’s success. Be part of our future. Should you need further information, please contact Katherine Harris.

    This employment opportunity is open only to Canadian citizens, to landed immigrants in Canada, or to foreign nationals who are legally authorized to work in Canada. Only CVs uploaded onto our online career platform (e.g. will be taken into consideration. With your application, you will be redirected to our recruiting platform. After creating an account, you will receive an activation link. If you do not find the email in your inbox, please check your spam folder or add the address to your “safe list” or address book.