Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Lowongan Kerja PT Semen Andalas September 2008, Latest Job

Various Job Vacancy


Company Description

PT Semen Andalas Indonesia a subsidiary of world leader in cement manufacturing and building material having its operation in Aceh, North Sumatra, Riau and Batam invites you to join our team to be based in Lhok Nga-Plant, Aceh as:

1. Pyro Engineer (Code: PYE)

Reports to Production Manager, the candidate is responsible to:

Guide and train the CCR operators to operate the plant as per process requirement and as per Lafarge standard.
Making the decision during any trouble-shooting operation and sharing his experience to the new operators and other operation personal like engineer shift operation etc.
Operate the plant at the optimum output and defined quality norms.
To work closely with laboratory and maintenance to ensure the smooth running of the plant at all times, and to jointly solve problems as they arise.
Set the job objective, effective ways to work and performance standard for respective organization.
Managing reporting system based on the needs of the respective department (including preparing, checking, and approving the reporting work – based on the function of this position).
Ensure a safe working condition in the respective working location to support the company’s safety policy.
Ensure the use of safety equipment by self and other employees while working.

General Requirements:
Must possess at least Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering.
Having 5 to 10 years working experiences in a cement manufacturing or similar industries.
Good knowledge of cement manufacturing processes, specialized in burning processes.
Good knowledge of production management & planning.
Knowledge of product quality parameters and of quality control tests.
Knowledge of general mechanical/electrical engineering and industrial automation.
Knowledge of safety rules and regulations.
Computer literate for Windows, Word, Excel and PowerPoint programs.
Fluent in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

Integrity and Values, Teamwork and Cooperation, Driving for results, Customer focus, Initiatives, Information seeking.

2. Methods Manager (Code: MTM)

Reports to Maintenance Manager, the candidate is responsible to:

Ensure good working conditions and safety for maintenance operations.
Assist to schedule and prepare weekly mechanical and electrical maintenance programmers.
Assist to prepare major shutdowns ensuring co-ordination with other departments.
Maintain and update the preventive maintenance program and its master plan (especially inspection and lubrication programs), ensuring quality and relevance as well as its implementation.
Ensure the utilization of feedback from inspection as the driver for maintenance operations.
Collect and handle all the work requests and check for accuracy of technical information.
Manage maintenance backlog, and to ensure quality of technical specifications for spares and sub-contracted work.
Assist the Maintenance Manager with the preparation of the budget (on-going and major operations) ensuring technical justification for maintenance major operations.
Perform monthly gap analysis of maintenance budget and performance indicators.
Analyze and propose solutions on recurring problems of equipment reliability or problems concerning safety and work conditions, within the framework of the Reliability Committee.
Ensure that the maintenance practices comply with Quality Insurance Standards.
Develop and ensure the utilization of the Computerized Maintenance Management System.
Manage his team, define the missions and objectives, carry out their performance reviews, promote the quality of the work, motivate his personnel, and facilitate communication and relationships.

General Requirements:
Must possess at least Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering, with a minimum 10 years working experiences in a maintenance department of a cement industry, preferred with Multi National Companies, which 3 to 4 years experience in maintenance is required to be fully operational.
Technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical maintenance operations.
Knowledge of hydraulic, pneumatic and motor circuits.
Knowledge of gearboxes, transmissions, welding techniques, lubrication, non destructive tests and general mechanics.
Knowledge of quality management methods (ISO 9002) and Local Safety rules and regulations.
Knowledge of cement process and project management techniques.
English proficiency and computer literacy are a must.

Qualified candidates are invited to forward your application with full resume, recent photograph, not later than 22nd September 2008 to:

Email: semen.andalas@id.lafarge.com

Note: Please put the job code in the subject of your application


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