Millwright : Kerry – KwaZulu-Natal


About the role
The Millwright is part of a high-performance team, serving as an influential leader and technical resource to optimize plant maintenance, resolve plant problems, and enable safe and efficient production of high-quality products. This role completes preventative and reactive repairs to equipment in the facilities and assists the operations team on day-to-day issues and opportunities related to maintenance, safety, quality, throughput, reliability, and cost.

Key responsibilities
Work with operations to complete scheduled workday to date.
Perform preventative maintenance (PPMs) on mechanical equipment according to defined schedules and procedures. PPMs include lubrication, belt changes, measuring wear surfaces, re-torquing equipment, and disassembling equipment for inspections.
Troubleshoot, diagnose and provide effective repairs to all the components of mechanical equipment (primarily rotating equipment) including pumps, compressors, agitators, drive systems, conveyors, centrifuges, agitators, gearboxes, pacelines, solids handling equipment, etc.
Develop and utilize procedures to efficiently, effectively and safely diagnose and repair process equipment
Documents work by completing and turning in needed checklists and procedures. Updates appropriate systems such as SAP with work history information. Provides feedback to planners to continuously improve job plan quality.
Supports plant roles in procedure usage, creation, reviews, updates, and approvals.
Utilizes plant information systems to gather data for troubleshooting and streamline tasks for various roles.
Participates in root cause investigations (RCI) for unplanned events that meet standardized criteria.
Provide training in responsible area to operations and other maintenance personnel for troubleshooting and mechanical skills.
Perform basic hand rigging to execute work.
Work with AC/GK on maintenance schedule.
Draw correct piping ISO’s for pipe fab

Qualifications and skills
Welding skills
ISO drawing skills
Mechanical skill set for working on equipment
Advanced mechanical trouble shooting skills
Demonstrates strong integrity in placing safety, the environment, and quality ahead of production volume
Ability to read and understand equipment drawings and other technical documents
Skilled in the use of SAP, MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) required
Degree in mechanical engineering technology or a related technology is desired. Alternative work experience in Machine repair and maintenance (minimum 2 – 5 years) in a Manufacturing environment
Strong technical, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills are required to be successful in this job

Beware of scams online or from individuals claiming to represent us. A Kerry employee will not solicit candidates through a non-Kerry email address or phone number. In addition, Kerry does not currently utilise video chat rooms (e.g., Google Hangouts) to conduct interviews. Refuse any request that asks you to provide payment to participate in the hiring process (e.g., purchasing a “starter kit,” investing in training, or something similar). Kerry will not ask you to pay any money at any point in the hiring process with the exception of reimbursable travel expenses. In addition, any payments made by Kerry will be from official firm accounts bearing the Kerry name.

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