Turnaround Planner

  • Category
    Skilled trades - Skilled Trades
  • Contract Type
  • Location
    Fort Mcmurray, Alberta

The Maintenance Planner job, based in Northern Alberta, is a full time contract position with our client. To be considered for the Turnaround Planner role, you will have a trade background preferably as a Pipefitter, Boilermaker, or Electrical/Instrumentation disciplines. At least 8 years in a similar role, and previous experience in the planning of routine maintenance activities. Camp and flights (Calgary or Edmonton hubs only) are provided.

Responsibilities of the Maintenance Planner job include:

- Comply with all Health and Safety requirements established by Client
- Know and comply with all regulations and legislative requirements of Occupational Health and Safety Act for the Province of Alberta and environmental standards
- Follow safe work procedures and ensure all comply
- Report any injury or illness immediately
- Report unsafe acts and conditions
- Ensure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is available and is worn where and when required
- Provide preliminary estimates for work scope items to support the early budgetary and schedule estimates
- Provide input for step listing development & P6 Schedule review
- Perform job walk / site verifications to ensure job packages are fully complete and satisfactory including all support Craft requirements
- Develop Planning work packages for Turnaround & Outage events
- Create Field Execution Plans (FEP) for assigned Scope of work
- Identify & list out resources required for all related scopes including parts, labor, equipment, materials, special tools, procedures, critical lifts, documents and specialty contract services.
- Develop cohesiveness bond between company and Vendors
- Work with the Planning Supervisor and/or Coordinators to assign Level of Complexity to the jobs
- Ensure all necessary updates and revisions to procedures and other documents are done (delegate as necessary through the Field Coordinators)
- Develop Staging plan for required material, tools and equipment
- Develop execution strategy and work closely with Execution
- Be a part of execution team during the execution window
- Must be mechanically proficient and have a good understanding of Compressors, Turbines and Pumps
- Reliability background will be an advantage
- Technically sound to deal with OEM and Vendors


- Journeyman Boilermaker, Pipefitter, Electrician, or Instrumentation technician background
- Strong experience with Maximo is preferred
- Minimum 8 years of experience in a similar role
- Intermediate computer skills using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
- Experience coordinating contractor activities in a Refining, Upgrading, or Extraction project
- Excellent working knowledge of database applications, ERP environments
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Strong commitment to meeting tight deadlines
- Valid Drivers License and CSTS ticket are required

Qualified candidates interested in the Maintenance Planner job in Northern Alberta please submit your resume via www.Roevin.ca

We thank all applicants however, due to volume, only those moving forward in the recruitment process will be contacted; your resume will be added to our database for consideration of future opportunities.

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Roevin's Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Roevin representative.


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