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Published: January 13, 2020
Location
Sydney, Australia
Job Type

Description

Harrison Barratt Group is a leading labour hire & white collar recruitment company based in Sydney's Inner West. Due to high demand and expanding growth we are seeking experienced Site Supervisors with a proven work history in the industry to join our team.

About the company:  
Our client is an established Mining crusher maintenance company. They are a highly respected brand with a state-wide presence and a lot of work in the pipeline over the next few years. They have a great management team that cultivates talent and believe in promoting from within. They have an approachable management team, great culture as well as regular rewards and social events. They primarily work on shutdown around Australia, however, based out of Orange NSW.   
        
About the Role: 
Our client is seeking a Site Leading hand with strong Engineering experience.
Who wants to be developed into a supervisor. This role is open to people who currently live locally in orange and surrounding suburbs as well as someone who wants to move and start and successful career in the mining maintenance industry.     

Our expectations include:

  • To be physically fit and mobile
  • Be able to pass a Drug & Alcohol test and
  • Have a valid Police Check <6mths old. More than half or our current our client's customers require a police check and anyone with a police record or chargeable offences (other than speeding fines etc) will most likely not be allowed on site. This will not exclude them from selection but will limit them to be used on only 2 of our current 5 sites we service.

Primarily Responsible For:
The successful planning, delivery, frontline supervision and safe execution of
maintenance operations and related works within our client's facilities and on client sites.

Required Qualifications:

  • Engineering Trade Qualified
  • Industry recognised supervisor training – S1, S2, S3, G2. (Or be able to start training)
  • First Aid Certificate

Required Level of Experience:

  • Five (5) years’ industry experience as an engineering/maintenance tradesperson in heavy plant maintenance.
  • Two (2) years’ experience in similar supervisory capacity would be preferred however not essential.
  • Shall possess sound knowledge of company standards, code of conduct, safe systems of work and organizational skills whilst having the ability to follow schedules and take accountability for self.

Essential Competencies and Behaviour.

  • Behaviour is consistent with company & client codes of conduct and values.
  • Demonstrate consistent leadership with demonstrated supervisory skills.
  • Well-developed communication and influencing skills. Demonstrated ability to liaise with client stakeholders on behalf of the company.
  • Able to work under pressure without compromising safety to deliver against deadlines.
  • Working knowledge of mining, minerals processing and maintenance processes.
  • An appropriate level of technical knowledge related to the assigned scope of work.
  • Demonstrate ability and commitment to ensure consistent closed-loop communication with internal and external stakeholders

Role Dimensions:

  • To deliver excellent client service and maintenance outcomes through:
  • Complete commitment to achieving and maintaining an injury-free workplace.
  • Continuously displayed leadership in the application of a zero-harm culture.
  • Leadership in the application of HBG values, work systems & code of conduct.
  • Leadership & compliance to legal duties in obedience with the NSW WH&S Act.
  • Ensuring the provision of safe, high-quality preparation, execution and closeout.
  • of all maintenance activities.
  • Ensure effective coordination of workgroups to deliver safe, efficient execution.
  • Planning accurate milestones to maintain schedules.
  • Never direct a worker to undertake a task that has uncontrolled risk.
  • Proactively seek out new business opportunities for products and services.
  • Never bring the company’s name into disrepute by behaving in a manner that may be considered, inappropriate or unlawful.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of trades resources to deliver assigned Scope of Work with a strong focus on safety and quality of workmanship whilst ensuring all works are conducted in compliance to HBG and Client Safety Management Systems whilst ensuring effective monitoring & coordination of workflow efficiency.
  • To assist with training and mentoring the development of all direct reports in line with our client's values.
  • Ensuring completion of QA inspections of all works to ensure task completion have met required standards, check the inventory of delivered goods and monitoring of hire equipment to minimise cost i.e.: Access equipment, Power providers and gas cylinders etc.
  • Increase the effectiveness and efficiency of work practices through a problem-solving approach and ensuring all tasks undertaken meet timelines, whilst maintaining professional liaison with customers, stakeholders and other departments.
  • Ensure WHS compliance such as PPE compliance to workplace requirements, completion of Incident Reports / Hazard Reports / SBO’s. Participate in Production Meetings and complete Non-Compliance Reports (NCR’s) for QA, Over-budget and Re-work. Report against job losses recorded in Monthly P&L.
  • Actively seek sales opportunities
  • Provision of supervision to ensure the FFP upkeep and accountability of all company-owned tooling, plant and equipment.


Key Accountabilities Quality:

  • Ensuring provision of robust /quality preparations for planned works.
  • Detailed review of supplied schedules to confirm Scope of Work.
  • Development and review of Detailed Job Plans, JSEA’s, Tooling Inventories, and other required documentation.
  • Execute tactile confirmation of parts, materials and equipment required for the works. i.e. identification of long lead-time items
  • Ensure any hazards or concerns are controlled and escalated.
  • Ensure any assigned risk assessment actions are completed within the required timeframe.
  • Provision of frontline supervision, during execution phase of works. Inspect all
    works during execution phase to ensure job quality throughout.
  • Exercise judgement in relation to job requirements and escalate any issues to management in a timely manner.
  • Conduct final QA inspection of plant and equipment prior to handback.
  • Ensure housekeeping and closeout of a workplace prior to demobilisation.
  • Provide constructive support to internal & external planning staff in the development of detailed job plans, schedules and resourcing requirements.
  • Ensure all resources and assets are utilised efficiently and correctly.
  • Maintain effective time management of self & direct reports.
  • Ensure compliance to work schedules and strive to ensure scheduling
    requirement are delivered.
  • Ensure regular and accurate progress feedback/updates are provided to management and prompt escalation of any potential delays.
  • Provide input and coordination of emergent work within agreed parameters.

Safety & Environment:

  • Ensure any safety and environmental hazards or concerns are escalated and effective controls are in place
  • Carries out all duties in compliance with the Workplace Health and Safety Act and in compliance with other statutory requirements and customer requirements as required
  • Participate in the development of an environmentally safe and healthy workplace
  • Co-operate with management in its fulfilment of its legislative obligations
  • Take reasonable care to ensure their own safety and health and that of others, and to abide by their duty of care provided for in the legislation.
  • Not place others at risk by any act or omission
  • Ensure that their actions will not cause any environmental occurrence

Personal Accountabilities:
Personal Accountabilities: Culture, Behaviours and Result

  • Culture: Is a view of an organisation that is shared by employees and shown by what they do voluntarily and habitually, especially in the absence of management.
  • Behaviours: The specific actions that employees do at all levels - management, supervision and the workforce.
  • Results: Safety Performance, Company Performance, Interdependent culture.
  • As frontline supervision within an organisation, you are relied upon from management to uphold the values of the company and leadership from your direct reports. Be aware of your accountabilities and the shadow you cast.
  • Always conduct yourself in a professional manner with honesty and integrity.
  • Present self in a manner consistent with HBG Company Representation Policy.
  • Maintain company vehicles, plant and equipment in clean and well-presented “fit for purpose” condition always to ensure a professional representation of the company.
  • Always ensure effective time management of self & direct reports to complete tasks
  • Ensure accurate completion of timesheets. i.e. Claimed times inside gate times.
  • Ensure company assets remain accounted for and are secure at all times,
  • Always ensure a high level of communication to reports and management.
  • Accepting and providing coaching in systems performance.
  • Establish and maintain respectful and positive working networks with all stakeholders
  • Actively participating in a briefing of continuous improvement activities.

Customer Liaison

Accountabilities:
Scheduling Accountabilities:

  • Provide constructive support to internal & external planning staff in the development of detailed job plans, schedules and resourcing requirements.
  • Ensure all resources and assets are utilised efficiently and correctly.
  • Maintain effective time management of self & direct reports.
  • Ensure shutdown schedules are developed with responsible/achievable
    Timelines.
  • Ensure task milestones are continually assessed to measure “actual v’s plan”
    and strive to ensure scheduling requirement are safely delivered.
  • Ensure regular and accurate progress feedback/updates are provided to
    management and prompt escalation of any potential delays.
  • Provide input and coordination of emergent work within agreed parameters.
  • Ensure timely 360 communication with internal & external stakeholders.

Site-Specific Accountabilities - Shutdown & weekly Plan Readiness & Execution:

  • Ensure all tooling & task-specific equipment resource is fit for purpose (FFP) and mobilised to worksite through effective coordination of personnel & logistics
    Resources.
  • Ensure the development of work-packs including Workorders, JSEA’s, SOP’s,
    QA inspection sheets, & tooling & consumable inventories.
  • Ensure timely mobilisation of all tooling, part & consumables to work-front prior
    to the commencement of works.
  • Assist company resource scheduling to confirm pre-shut, shutdown & post-shut labour & equipment requirements.
  • Liaise with customer & company stakeholders to forecast upcoming works.

Benefits: 

  • Career development become a supervisor
  • Long term opportunity
  • Competitive salary and ongoing rewards
  • Flexible environment
  • Social atmosphere
  • Option for a company car if suitable 


How to Apply:
 
Click APPLY or email info@harrisonbarratt.com.au 
Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.
Thanks in advance.  
     
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