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Maintenance and Reliability SME - Marine and Offshore

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Date: 05-Aug-2019

Location: Southampton, GB

Company: Lloyds Register

Job ID:29281
Location:Southampton : Boldrewood Campus (LR_L000124) 
Position Category:Business Development
Department:GB993060 : Asset SW Management (GB993060)
Position Type:Employee Regular
Education Required:See Job Description
Experience Required:See Job Description
Relocation Provided:

 

 

Be the Digital Products Maintenance and Reliability Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Marine and Offshore, providing specialist knowledge of Marine and Offshore equipment Planned Maintenance, Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) and Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMSs).

Digital Products SME for Maintenance and Reliability (Marine and Offshore), with specific responsibility for:

  • Equipment criticality and risk assessment
  • Condition Monitoring (CM) and Condition Based Maintenance (CBM)
  • Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMSs)
  • Spare parts analysis and optimisation
  • Regulatory and Classification requirements, including development of relevant type approvals
  • Develop, own and maintain Marine and Offshore Maintenance and Reliability content in Digital Products Asset Performance and Risk Management (APRM) solutions e.g. AllAssets.
  • Provide input to relevant innovation and R&D programs, partnerships, collaborations and acquisitions.
  • Contribute to the Marine and Offshore digital Asset Performance and Risk Management (APRM) strategy.
  • Support Digital Products and services sales as SME for client engagement, demonstrations and conferences.
  • Mentor and coach LR personnel in Marine and Offshore Maintenance and Reliability.
  • Manage your own compliance with health and safety rules, instructions, systems and legal requirements, ensuring you have attended are suitably trained and adequate resources are available to work safely.
  • Monitor and review health and safety performance, observe safety behaviours in the workplace, taking appropriate corrective and preventive action as necessary and suggesting and implementing improvement activities.

 

To be considered

  • Degree or equivalent from a tertiary organisation recognised by LR in the relevant field of engineering / physical science (minimum of two years programme) or equivalent qualifications from a marine or nautical institution.
  • Membership of an appropriate professional institution.
  • Chartered or Incorporated Engineer status.
  • Experience operating and maintaining Merchant Vessels as a Marine Supervisor / Superintendent / Chief Engineer in compliance with Class and Statutory requirements.
  • Proficiency in the English Language commensurate with the work.
  • Experience as a Class Surveyor would be beneficial, but not essential.
  • Experience of managing maintenance and Class activities

 

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