PT. Bhumi Jepara Service; 10 Positions

Posting date: September 18, 2020 Expiry date: October 02, 2020

PT. Bhumi Jepara Service; 10 Positions

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PT. Bhumi Jepara Service is an O&M (Operation and Maintenance) Company engaged in the operation and maintenance of Tanjung Jati B Unit 5 & 6 coal fired steam power plant 2x1000 MW under the PT. Bhumi Jati Power having its domicile in Desa Tubanan, Kecamatan Kembang, Kabupaten Jepara, Central Java Province. Currently looking for experienced professionals to join our team in the following positions:

No

Position

 

Code

1

Boiler Engineer

 

BE A7

2

BOP Engineer

 

BOPE A7

3

C&I Supervisor

 

CIE A7

4

Boiler Mechanical Supervisor

 

BMS A7

5

Turbine Mechanical Supervisor

 

TMS A7

6

Turbine Mechanical Technician

 

TMT A7

7

Workshop Mechanical Technician (Machinist)

 

WMT A7

8

BOP Mechanical Technician

 

BOPMT A7

9

CHP Mechanical Technician

 

CHPMT A7

10

CHP Shift Staff (Ship Unloader,CCR)

 

CHPSS A7

 

All of the above positions are permanent employees for placement in Jepara, Central Java. All position must proficient in English both written and spoken (minimal TOEIC score 450), as the position will have to interact in a multinational working environment in daily basis. The Company offer competitive remuneration and benefit packages, and attractive career opportunity.

To register the vacancy above, please follow the steps below:

1. Please send the complete CV with a detailed work experience description (working area, equipment specifications, and training if any) in the following format:

a. Fill email subject according to position name & subject code

(eg. C&I Supervisor CIS A7)

b. Describe your profile and experiences in email body

c. Attach your CV in PDF & English format with following title:

Full Name_CV_Applied Position’s Code (Rohmat Yunianto_CV_C&I Supervisor)

2. Please send before October 2th, 2020.

ayojoin@kedaikarir.com

 

*Please be note that this selection process does not charge anything. Beware of fraud.

1. Boiler Engineer (Code: BE A7)

a. Department  : Engineering

b. Superior/User : Engineering Leader

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Degree (S1) or Diploma (D-3) in mechanical engineering

e. Work Experience : The Boiler Engineer shall have had prior working experience in Engineering and/or Maintenance Department in providing mechanical engineering services with at least five (5) years or equivalent experience and possess the skills to deliver key tasks as mentioned below in the field of thermal power plant with minimum capacity 300 MW.

f. Position Overview : The Boiler Engineer supports the Engineering Leader in developing the Plant Equipment Criticality assessment for equipment related to Boiler as the plant systems and technical specialist support personnel. They develop procedures to ensure the long-term plant health through the prudent functionality of the Engineering Department.

g. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Participating in the team of plant engineers, in supporting the programme in pursuit of plant long-term welfare.

• Development and generation of necessary procedures covering plant engineering and change management aspects.

• Writing of plant change scheme specifications, while ensuring the application of effective codes and standards.

• Executing, monitoring and controlling CM, PM and PdM maintenance items based on plant criticality, in terms of minimizing down time, by proposing effective maintenance tasks.

• Support of the Maintenance team members in resolving technical deviations and investigating and developing the reports of any incidences.

• Support with the technical evaluations of tender submissions.

• Assisting with the development of feasibility studies including return on investment, and cost-benefit analysis.

• Administration of Computerized Maintenance Management System (MAXIMO).

• Provide training to Maintenance group members on the proper use of CMMS, and

• Providing plant monitoring and evaluation support of life-cycle evaluation and surveillance services.

2. BOP Engineer (Code: BOPE A7)

a. Department  : Engineering

b. Superior/User : Engineering Leader

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Degree (S1) or Diploma (D-3) in mechanical engineering

e. Work Experience : The BOP Engineer shall have had prior working experience in Engineering and/or Maintenance Department in providing mechanical engineering services with at least four (4) years or equivalent experience and possess the skills to deliver key tasks as mentioned below in the field of thermal power plant, or on chemical or petro plants.

f. Position Overview : The BOP Engineer supports the Engineering Leader in developing the Plant Equipment Criticality assessment for BOP equipment as the plant systems and technical specialist support personnel. They develop procedures to ensure the long-term plant health through the prudent functionality of the Engineering Department.

g. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Participating in the team of plant engineers, in supporting the programme in pursuit of plant long-term welfare.

• Development and generation of necessary procedures covering plant engineering and change management aspects.

• Writing of plant change scheme specifications, while ensuring the application of effective codes and standards.

• Executing, monitoring and controlling CM, PM and PdM maintenance items based on plant criticality, in terms of minimizing down time, by proposing effective maintenance tasks.

• Support of the Maintenance team members in resolving technical deviations and investigating and developing the reports of any incidences.

• Support with the technical evaluations of tender submissions.

• Assisting with the development of feasibility studies including return on investment, and cost-benefit analysis.

• Administration of Computerized Maintenance Management System (MAXIMO).

• Provide training to Maintenance group members on the proper use of CMMS, and

• Providing plant monitoring and evaluation support of life-cycle evaluation and surveillance services.

3. C&I Supervisor (Code: CIS A7)

a. Department  : Electrical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : C & I Leader

c. Subordinate  : C & I Technician

d. Education  : Diploma (D3) in Electrical, Electronics or Instrumentation. Senior Technical High School with Experiences more than seven (7) years as C & I Technicians or Bachelor Degree (S1) with minimum four (4) years of experience in large capacity of Coal Fired Power Station (>300 MW).

e. Work Experience : Minimum 7 years’ experience in C & I maintenance of CFPP and 3 years in supervisory level.

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Perform and Supervise all Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) Work base on CMMS work order issued to Technicians and base on maintenance procedure and instruction, for the scope of C & I apparatus, based on Annual Budget and Operating Plan.

• Supervise and control quality and safety for contractors during Major Maintenance overhaul or outage work and daily maintenance work.

• Collect and keep all data record of repair, testing and measurement result of C & I equipments.

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to C & I Leader and record it into CMMS work order.

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies.

• Develop of technicians capability and knowledge by technical, safety and non technical training (initial training of newly recruited, general technical, emergency response, first aid, general safety, maintenance procedure, administration procedure etc.)

• During mobilization period, take part in testing and commissioning and record the specification of equipments and test result in correct record database.

• Maintain work order hardcopy file in database and fulfill work order Leadering comment in CMMS.

• Maintain of Permit To Work (PTW) and company safety & environment rule implementation in maintenance daily activity.

• Support of technician work for fault troubleshooting and analysis to the critical problem in main equipments.

• Monitor and maintain high standard for C & I maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern.

• Develop C & I maintenance work check sheet and instruction, to be reviewed by Leader.

• Conduct routine daily safety and technical tool box meeting before distribute work order to technicians.

• Propose to Leader about some C & I maintenance works plan which to be schedulled and conducted on next outage period.

• Propose to Leader about some new critical spare parts to be added and stocked in CMMS database and Store.

4. Boiler Mechanical Supervisor (Code: BMS A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : Mechanical Boiler Leader

c. Subordinate  : Mechanical Boiler Technician

d. Education  : Diploma degree (D-3) in Mechanical Eng., Naval Eng.  (Senior Technical High School with Experiences more than 10 years as Boiler Mechanical Technicians with large capacity (>300 MW) is encouraged to apply).

e. Work Experience : Minimum seven (7) years’ experience at mechanical maintenance supervisory level or senior Technicians in power generation, especially Boiler pressure parts and its auxiliary, Pulverizers and rotating equipment.

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Perform and Supervise all Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) required base on CMMS work orders and base on mechanical boiler maintenance procedure and instruction

• Carry out coordination to other Departments or sections in Maintenance execution Including emergency work

• Supervise and control quality and safety for contractors during Major Maintenance overhaul or outage work and daily maintenance

• Collect and keep all data record of repair, calibration, test and measurement result of equipments in Boiler Area

• Maintain function test of all of mechanical rotating parts/equipments in Boiler Area as well as standard required

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to Boiler Leader and record it into CMMS work order

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies

• Develop of technicians capability and knowledge by technical, safety and non technical training (initial training of newly recruited, general technical, emergency response, first aid, general safety, maintenance procedure, administration procedure etc.)

• During mobilization period, take part in testing and commissioning and record the specification of equipment’s and test result in correct record database

• Maintain work order hardcopy file in database and fulfill work order comment in CMMS

• Maintain of Permit To Work (PTW) and company safety & environment rule implementation in maintenance daily activity

• Support of technician work for fault troubleshooting and analysis to the critical problem in main equipments

• Monitor and maintain high standard for Boiler maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern

• Develop Boiler maintenance work check sheet and instruction, to be reviewed by Boiler Leader

• Conduct routine daily safety and technical tool box meeting before distribute work order to technicians

• Propose to Boiler Leader for Boiler mechanical maintenance works plan have to be schedulled and conducted on next outage or shutdown period

• Propose to Boiler Leader for critical spare parts to be added and stocked in CMMS inventory database and Store

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety, health and environment within BJS

5. Turbine Mechanical Supervisor (Code: TMS A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : Mechanical Turbine Leader

c. Subordinate  : Mechanical Turbine Technician

d. Education  : Diploma degree (D3) in Mechanical Eng., (Senior Technical High School with Experiences more than 10 years as Turbine Mechanical Technicians in large capacity of Coal Fired Power Station (>300 MW) is encouraged to apply)

e. Work Experience : Minimum 7 years experience at mechanical maintenance supervisory level or senior Technicians in power generation, especially Turbine and its auxiliary system

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Perform and Supervise all Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) Work base on CMMS work order issued to technicians and base on mechanical Turbine maintenance procedure and instruction.

• Supervise and control quality and safety for contractors during Major Maintenance overhaul or outage work and daily maintenance work

• Collect and keep all data record of repair, testing and measurement result of equipments in Turbine Area

• Maintain function test of all of mechanical rotating parts/equipments in Turbine Area as well as standard required.

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to Turbine Leader and record it into CMMS work order.

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies

• Develop of technicians capability and knowledge by technical, safety and non technical training (initial training of newly recruited, general technical,

emergency response, first aid, general safety, maintenance procedure, administration procedure etc.)

• During mobilization period, take part in testing and commissioning and record the specification of equipments and test result in correct record database.

• Maintain work order hardcopy file in database and fulfill work order Leadering comment in CMMS.

• Maintain of Permit To Work (PTW) and company safety & environment rule implementation in maintenance daily activity

• Support of technician work for fault troubleshooting and analysis to the critical problem in main equipments.

• Monitor and maintain high standard for Turbine maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern.

• Develop Turbine maintenance work check sheet and instruction, to be reviewed by his Leader.

• Conduct routine daily safety and technical tool box meeting before distribute work order to technicians.

• Propose to his Leader about some Turbine maintenance works plan which to be schedulled and conducted on next outage period.

• Propose to his Leader about some new critical spare parts to be added and stocked in CMMS database and Store;

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety & health and environment within the company.

6. Turbine Mechanical Technician (Code: TMT A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : Turbine Mechanical Supervisor

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Senior Technical High School in Mechanical or Diploma degree (D3/S1) in Mechanical Eng.

e. Work Experience : Having 5 years Experiences for Senior High School Graduated or 3 years experiences for D3/S1 graduated in Power generation company or other Heavy industries Having Mill wright and rotating equipment maintenance skill will be an advantage.

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Undertake Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) Work base on CMMS work order issued by Supervisor and base on mechanical Turbine maintenance procedure and instruction.

• Conduct routine function test of all of mechanical rotating parts/equipments in Turbine Area as well as standard required together.

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to Turbine Supervisor and record it into hardcopy work order.

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies

• During mobilization period, take part in commissioning test and record it into database.

• Conduct of maintenance daily work with refer to Permit To Work (PTW) and company safety & environment rule implementation.

• Conduct and maintain high standard for Turbine maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern.

• Fullfill check sheet completely and in correct manner of maintenance routine inspection work.

• Attend routine daily safety and technical tool box meeting.

• Conduct on site coordination and communication with operation and other maintenance sections to rectify complex problem.

• Inform to Supervisor related with site fault finding, contractor/BJS maintenance work progress, repair and testing result, repair method, manhours, etc.

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety & health and environment within the company.

All Mechanical Plant and equipment within Turbine Area including:

1) Main Turbine System (Turbine, Generator, Exciter, Hydrogen, Lube Oil, etc)

2) Turbine Auxillary system content with following system:

o Control Valves System (MSV, RSV, ECV, MOV, etc )

o Dearator, HP Heater, LP Heater, Condenser, CPP, etc.

o Sea water pump, cooling water pump, condensate pump, Turbine feed pump-turbine drive, etc

o Air Compressor System

o Emergency Diesel Generator System

7. Workshop Mechanical Technician (Machinist) (Code: WMT A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : Mechanical Turbine Supervisor

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Senior Technical high School in Mechanical or Manufacture, Diploma degree/ Polytechnic major in Mechanical or Manufacture is an advantage

e. Work Experience : Having experience minimum 5 years as Machinist of Lathe, Mill and Drill (for Senior technical High School graduated or 3 years for Diploma degree/polytechnic)

f. Other Requirements :

• Familiar and good in using precision measurement tools and equipment.

• Sufficient knowledge and understanding in machining methods and dimensional tolerances, technical and engineering drawing.

g. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Operate and maintain all workshop machine (Lathe, milling, drill, press, etc.) with correct method, precision result and safe manner.

• Undertake mechanical workshop maintenance and machining activities under coordination of Mechanical Supervisor

• Support all maintenance sections activities, particularly in machining and fabrication work

• Proactively maintain all workshop equipment, machines and tools in safe, tidy and clean manner

• Conduct routine function test; routine inspection and minor maintenance of all of machines at Workshop Area as well as standard required together into workshop check sheet and database;

• Report all significant known operational, equipment deficiencies/defects related with workshop machines condition status to Turbine Supervisor and record it into hardcopy work order;

• During mobilization period, take part in commissioning and running test for workshop machine and record it into database;

• Attend daily safety and technical tool box meeting

• Conduct coordination and communication with other maintenance sections related with parts/equipment manufacturing at Workshop;

• Supervise major workshop machine maintenance/overhaul by Vendor and also supervise of special manufacturing or machining work at outside external workshop /provider;

• Maintain and arrange workshop management and usage of measurement tools at workshop (vernier caliper, dial indicator, micrometer, etc);

• Support other maintenance work all of mechanical area in emergency or outage work case

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety & health and environment within the company.

8. BOP Mechanical Technician (Code: BOPT A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : BOP Mechanical Supervisor

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Senior Technical High School in Mechanical or Diploma degree (D3/S1) in Mechanical Eng.

e. Work Experience : Having 5 years Experiences for Senior High School Graduated or 3 years experiences for D3/S1 graduated in Power generation company or other Heavy industries. Having Mill wright and rotating equipment maintenance skill will be an advantage.

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Undertake Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) Work base on CMMS work order issued by Supervisor and base on mechanical BOP maintenance procedure and instruction.

• Conduct routine function test of all of mechanical rotating parts/equipments in BOP Area as well as standard required.

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to BOP Supervisor and record it into hardcopy work order.

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies.

• During mobilization period, take part in commissioning test and record it into database.

• Conduct of maintenance daily work with refer to Permit To Work (PTW) and BJS safety & environment rule.

• Conduct and maintain high standard for BOP maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern.

• Fullfill check sheet completely and in correct manner of maintenance routine inspection work.

• Attend routine daily safety and technical tool box meeting.

• Conduct on site coordination and communication with operation and other maintenance sections to rectify complex problem.

• Inform to Supervisor related with site fault finding, contractor/BJS maintenance work progress, repair and testing result, repair method, manhours, etc.

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety & health and environment within the company.

All Mechanical Plant and equipment within BOP Area including:

• Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) and Gas Gas Heater (GGH)

• Water Treatment Plant

• Sea Water Intake System

• Chlorination System

• Water Treatment System

• Waste Water Treatment Plant

• Cooling Water Pump System

• All Plant Services Pump System

• Fire water System

9. CHP Mechanical Technician (Code: CHPMT A7)

a. Department  : Mechanical Maintenance

b. Superior/User : Mechanical CHP Leader

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Minimum Senior High School Majoring in Mechanical

e. Work Experience : Having minimum 5 years working experiences as Technician Coal Firing power plant, mining company, or Bulk Handling Plant

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Undertake Preventive Maintenance (PM) Corrective Maintenance (CM) Work base on CMMS work order issued by Supervisor and base on mechanical Coal and Ash maintenance procedure and instruction;

• Conduct routine function test of all of mechanical rotating parts/equipments in Coal Handling Plant as well as standard required together;

• Report all significant known operational, design, equipment deficiencies/defects to Coal and Ash Supervisor and record it into hardcopy work order;

• Perform periodic maintenance inspections to identify and report status of equipment and system deficiencies;

• During mobilization period, take part in commissioning test and record it into database;

• Conduct of maintenance daily work with refer to Permit To Work (PTW) and company safety & environment rule implementation;

• Conduct and maintain high standard for Coal Plant maintenance work refer to quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness concern;

• Fullfill check sheet completely and in correct manner of maintenance routine inspection work;

• Attend daily safety and technical tool box meeting

• Conduct on site coordination and communication with operation and other maintenance sections to rectify complex problem;

• Inform to Supervisor related with site fault finding, contractor/BJS maintenance work progress, repair and testing result, repair method, manhours, etc.;

• Participate to implement the policy of quality, safety & health and environment within the company.

As Mechanical equipment within Coal and Ash Area including:

 Coal Handling System

1. Ship Unloader & Stacker Reclaimer system

2. Belt Conveyor, sampling and Crusher System

3. Emergency Hopper and stacking System

10. CHP Shift Staff – (Ship Unloader, CCR) (Code: CHPSS A7)

a. Department  : Jetty & Material

b. Superior/User : Jetty & Materials Supervisor

c. Subordinate  : -

d. Education  : Minimum Technical High School plus Power Plant study, Diploma (D3) or Bachelor Degree is preferable, in Mechanical Eng, Electrical Eng, Enviro Eng, Mining Eng.

e. Work Experience : 1-2 years’ experience in the position of Coal Handling Operations or ship unloading operations for bulk materials in a large-scale Thermal Electric Power Generation plant of Unit capacity of at least 300MW, or in a coal mine with production capacity in excess of three million tons per annum.

f. Key tasks and responsibilities include:

• Preparation and periodical review of Standard Operation Procedures for Coal Handling Plant (CHP) including Ship Unloader.

• Patrol work and operation of CHP including operation of Ship Unloader, and Signalman for other Ship Unloader Operators.

• Provision of trouble shooting and/or proposals for improvements on CHP to the Jetty materials Supervisor.

• Communicate to the jetty materials Supervisor for any findings of defect and or abnormality of CHP.

• Support for Ship unloader operation while receiving coal vessels.

• Patrol work and Operation of other Coal Handling Plant while not receiving coal vessels.

• Periodic secondment for training as Fire Fighting team member, whenever required.

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