Ø Carry out electrical/electronic maintenance & repair of all port equipment.
Ø Performs electrical troubleshooting, in-house corrective maintenance, diagnostic & repair tasks as assembling, dismantling and overhaul of Electrical & electronic component such as motors, alternators, control units, etc.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (IPE Factors: Impact & Innovation)
Ø As directed carries out electrical/electronic maintenance and repair service for all port equipment (container handling equipment, terminal tractors etc.). Disassembles units and inspects equipment.
Ø Reads job order and plans work procedures.
Ø Ensures that maintenance and repair work status is reported to the Workshop Shift Supervisor
Ø Carries out electrical/electronic repairs, fault finding and determine cause of failure of components & systems of port equipment.
Ø Submits routine and critical inspection and monitoring reports, ensuring log book is accurate and up-to-date.
Ø Ensures work conforms to safety rules and regulation.
Ø Ensure tidiness and cleanliness of working areas (workshop facilities and on the equipment).
Ø Provides daily activity report, and other written reports on equipment, as needed, with accuracy and completeness.
Ø Reads electrical schematic diagrams, service manuals, spare parts manuals, determine & select spare parts as required.
Ø Provides training and instruction to the less experienced workers
Ø Informs supervisor of any workmanship issues, requests checking of work when appropriate, and seeks approval of completed work.
Ø The key impact of these incumbents will be the maintenance of operational efficiencies in the terminal to ensure availability of equipment required for the execution of day to day operational activities.
Ø Tasks are well defined & easily understood
REPORTING AND SCOPE (IPE Factor: Knowledge-Teams & Breadth)
The scope of this position is domestic.
WORK/BUSINESS CONTACTS AND AUTHORITY (IPE Factor: Communication)
Staff in Operations Dpt.. at various levels to ensure crane uptime
Vendors & suppliers-Machinery & spares
Contact is extremely rare & is restricted to giving & receiving information
CRITICAL QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE (IPE Factor: Knowledge)
Requires a high school diploma and additional vocational/technical education (diploma in electrical/electronic engineering). Any additional training in both electrical/electronic fields in any heavy industries will be preferred.
Requires at least 2 to 4 years of experience in crane maintenance section in any ports, mines, steel and manufacturing plants. Must have an additional 1 year of progressively more responsible quay crane maintenance and repair experience, including specific knowledge of electrical/electronic and related subjects.
Ø Specific Knowledge:
Requires specific technical knowledge in the maintenance and repair of quay cranes, rubber tyred gantry cranes & spreaders.
Must be able to replace/repair/adjust major electrical/electronic parts such as PLC drive control system, communication drive system, at a high level of difficulty and complexity.
Requires an in-depth ability to interpret electrical/electronic diagram, simple engineering drawings, layouts and specifications.
Requires a general knowledge of electrical and electronic components
Requires general familiarity with instrumentation and communications systems, and a familiarity with control systems.
Requires general knowledge and background in technical applications of digital and analogue electronics.
Ability to be responsive to emergency breakdowns and repairs with quality workmanship and service.
Ability to work under pressure
Ability to troubleshoot and assess electrical/electronic failures/breakdown/damages.
Ability to work as a team
Must be able to exercise good judgment in order to set priorities.
1. Work environment consists of offices, port operational areas, and areas under repair and maintenance.
2. Must be available and on-call 24 hours a day.
3. Required to observe all safety and health requirements for various work environments.
4. Must have professional appearance.
5. The position requires working in office hour and cane be required for work in shift
1. Immediately report all job related safety injuries, illnesses, or property damage to your supervisor.
2. Immediately report any nearmisses, hazardous conditions or unsafe acts to your supervisor.
3. Use all Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and other safety devices in a proper manner and at all times where required. This may include but not limited to the following: visibility vests, hardhats, safety footwear, seat belts in vehicles, and fall protection equipment.
4. Participate in company’s HSSE activities, pre-job and regular HSSE meeting. Review JHA before doing a job if available.
5. Help contractor personnel to understand CMIT safety culture and immediately intervene if unsafe behaviors by contractor personnel are observed.
6. Reporting for work under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or the consumption or use of them on the company premises is strictly forbidden.
7. Fighting, horseplay, or distracting behavior will not be tolerated.
8. Become familiar with and observe approved safe work procedures during the course of work activities. Obey all safety rules and follow published work instructions.
9. Observe and follow all warning signs, traffic signs, no smoking signs, speed limits, and walkway markings.
10. Electronic devices such as cell phones, music devices, and earphones, are only to be used in break areas. The use of such devices while operating a vehicle is particularly hazardous and is prohibited.
11. Know emergency signals, evacuation routes, and designated assembly areas in the event of an emergency.
12. Inspect all equipment prior to use and report any unsafe conditions to your supervisor immediately.
13. Only operate equipment that you are qualified and authorized to use.
14. Riding as a passenger in a vehicle is only permitted if there is a seat provided for that purpose. Use seat belts at all times.
15. Keep all work areas clean and free of trip hazards, trash, and debris.
16. Cooperate with and assist in investigation of accidents to identify correctable cause and to prevent reoccurrence.
LEARNING & CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
In this position, the incumbent will have an opportunity to acquire skills and knowledge in the following areas:
Ø Exposure to maintenance scheduling & planning of equipment
Ø Exposure to crane mechanics & hydraulics
Relevant next career steps might be:
This position description indicates the general nature and level of work expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities required of the incumbent. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required. The position description will also be reviewed and revised from time to time.