The Deviation Coordinator works together with the Work Preparers, Schedulers Maintenance Support Engineers, TA2’s and Offshore Coordinators to ensure work orders which will not be executed in time are adequately risk assessed and mitigated. The Deviation Coordinator does not need to have deep technical expertise in all areas however does need to have an appreciation for the equipment used on an Oil & Gas Facility and work with the relevant SME (subject matter expect) to arrive at an ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable) risk profile.
The purpose of the Deviation Coordinator is to:
- Ensure work orders which will not be executed in time for their LAFD (Latest Allowed Finish Date) have been risk assessed and mitigations put in place where necessary.
- Make mitigations visible and actioned by their agreed date.
- Communicate deviation and mitigation status across the Prelude organization.
- Propose and implement process improvement strategies (Continuous Improvement).
- Experience working as an Engineer within the oil & gas, mining or petrochemical industry
- Work effectively with team/work groups or those outside formal line of authority (eg. peers, other departments) to accomplish organisational goals
- Hands-on understanding and experience in the use of Excel. SAP Plant Maintenance knowledge desirable.
- Knowledge of maintenance processes from fault finding to repair.
- Display a level of knowledge in job related areas and willingness to keep up with current developments and trends in the area of expertise
- Confident presentation style when presenting to senior leadership, good knowledge of subject matter when making presentations.
- Maintain an overview of the work order status with regards to LAFD (latest allowed finish date)
- Put in place FSR (Facility Status Reporting) deviations for SCE (safety critical element) work orders at least 4 weeks ahead of time to enable review by engineering, TA2’s (Technical Authorities), Offshore CoOrdinators as well as the specification and implementation of mitigation actions.
- Put in place deviations for non SCE work orders (Z6 LAFD extensions) at least 4 weeks ahead of time to enable review by Engineering and the implementation of any mitigation actions.
- Maintain an overview of mitigation actions requested from Z1 notifications (SAP) reviewed in the DNR (Daily Notification Review) meeting, FSR Deviations (SCE Work orders) and Z6 LAFD Extensions (non SCE Work Orders).
- Ensure mitigations are registered and completed in the appropriate systems for tracking and control ie: SAP Z1 notifications for an action to be taken by the Maintenance/Services/Production team, the Production shift log (UTL) as deemed necessary.