The Maintenance Scheduler’s primary responsibility is to be the single point of accountability for scheduling activities to generate a high-quality optimize, deliverable schedule that is aligned with the site annual delivery plan and adheres to the asset’s Site Constraint Document.
Builds activities in the functional schedule to the minimum site integration standard as defined in the Strategic and Tactical Schedule Integration and Optimization Procedure.
Performs nesting of activities to optimize equipment downtime by engaging Maintenance Specialists
Flags site/area constrained activities in the schedule by the 12-week window and liaises with site integrator on new work that impacts site/area constraints
Builds horizontal buffers between activities. Flags the readiness of functional activities as indicated by Maintenance Specialists in Primavera and reschedules activity that does not stay in sync with readiness criterial. (i.e. materials delivery)
Ensures non-core crew mobilization data is entered into the regional logistic system
High school diploma or equivalent.
Essential experience and job requirements
Work execution background (preferably discipline technician)
Plant operations knowledge
Must be able to abide by values structure and organization requirements
Must have excellent communication skills in English both verbal and written
Strong background and knowledge in operations related to the Oil and Gas industry.
Experience with scheduling for multiple teams and talking to several teams at once.
Desirable Criteria & Qualifications
General knowledge of typical scheduling software (P6 preferred), processes, roles, responsibilities, and interface relationships.
Knowledge of Primavera (HIGHLY DESIRED)
Sufficient digital tools utilization abilities to be able to:
Create, update and share simple slides for each team and print simple spreadsheets in Microsoft Excel
Navigate, use and apply Fiori functions
Sufficient meeting facilitation skills to be able to:
Keep meetings focused on stated objectives
Utilize action logs and assign actions
Demonstrate adequate knowledge and ability to access BP policies, procedures, and standards for:
Permitting requirements and control of work
Emergency response procedures
MOC requirements and process
Temporary equipment requirements.
Sufficient coordination and communication skills to be able to
Listen and communicate effectively (tactful, clear, and concise communication of knowledge, etc.)