Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Job Vacancy PT Semen Andalas Indonesia, Lowongan Aceh April 2010

PT Semen Andalas Indonesia (PTSAI) a subsidiary of world leader in cement manufacturing and building material (Lafarge), invites you to join our team to be based in Lhok Nga-Plant, Aceh – Indonesia as:

Power Plant - Manager (Code: PPM)

* Presently PT SAI has installed Captive Thermal Power Plant having capacity of 2x16 MW with CFBB technology and the Operation Maintenance (O&M) Contractor has been appointed. The selected candidate shall be a interface between the O& M contractor and Cement Plant of Lafarge. Reports to Plant Manager, the incumbent is responsible to:
o Coordinate with the contractor and cement plant manager for synchronized operations;
o Manage and co-ordinate procurement / inventory of materials such as coal, lime stone, diesel, Chemicals, Lube oil etc., which are owner inputs.
o Ensure a safe working condition in the respective working location to support the company’s safety policy.

o Manage and monitor performance of a coal based power plant using CFBB technology;
o Manage and monitor the O & M contract conditions;
o Analyse and record performance report; Record keeping and data management;
o Weekly, monthly review meeting with the Operator on operation and maintenance

* Competencies:
o Core Competencies : Technical Skills, Integrity and Values, Teamwork and Cooperation, Driving for results, Customer focus,
o Managerial Competencies : Leading people, Leading change, Vision and Purpose, Organizational awareness, Development others, Conceptual thinking, Analytical thinking.

* General Requirements:
o Should be an Engineering graduate, preferably (Mechanical / Electrical) Graduate, additional of Management Degree or diploma in management with special emphasis on contract administration and supply management shall be preferable.
o At least 10 years working experience in the power plant with similar or higher capacities with coal as main fuel;
o Well conversant with all applicable Indonesian standards and regulation pertaining to power plant including environmental standards.
o Should have managed and monitored contracts;
o Should have basic technical understanding of process plants
o Should be computer literate with proficiency in MS Office, power point presentations and data management;
o Should be proficient in English and Local Language is more advantage
o Good knowledge of safety rules and regulations.

Qualified candidates are invited to forward your application with full resume, recent photograph, not later than 14 days to bellows email address:


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

Closing Date: 22-4-10

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