Assistant Maintenance Manager
Cobalt International Energy - Cameroun, toutes les provinces
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We are looking for a reliable Maintenance Manager to oversee all installation, repair and upkeep operations of the company’s facilities. You will be the one to ensure that your colleagues have the best physical resources available to complete their duties according to budget.
A great maintenance manager will have a solid understanding of plumbing and electrical systems as well as carpentry and other crafts. They will be well-versed in all maintenance process and health and safety regulations. The ideal candidate will also have aptitude in undertaking administrative tasks such as reporting, budgeting etc.
The goal is to ensure the company facilities are well-cared for and adequate to support the company’s business operations.
Develop maintenance procedures and ensure implementation
Carry out inspections of the facilities to identify and resolve issues
Check electrical and hydraulic systems of buildings to ensure functionality
Plan and oversee all repair and installation activities
Allocate workload and supervise upkeep staff (custodians, janitors etc.)
Monitor equipment inventory and place orders when necessary
Monitor expenses and control the budget for maintenance
Manage relationships with contractors and service providers
Keep maintenance logs and report on daily activities
- Administrateur Logistique
- Gestion D'Entreprise
Proven experience as maintenance manager or other managerial role
Experience in planning maintenance operations
Solid understanding of technical aspects of plumbing, carpentry, electrical systems etc.
Working knowledge of facilities machines and equipment
Ability to keep track of and report on activity
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
We are an independent, oil-focused exploration and production company with a
world-class below salt prospect inventory in the deepwater of the U.S. Gulf of
Mexico and offshore Angola and Gabon in West Africa. We were formed in late
2005 by experienced industry executives and private equity investors who
believed that a team of veteran explorationists, equipped with
industry-leading data, newly available seismic technologies, industry contacts
and adequate funding, could acquire a deepwater prospect inventory that would
rival the supermajor oil companies.