Contract Opportunities at Assetivity

We are currently looking to fill four positions on 6 month contracts, FIFO to the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

  • One Senior Maintenance Improvement specialist, capable of designing and implementing maintenance improvement processes.  Excellent knowledge of good practice maintenance work management, shutdown management & engineering processes is essential.

  • One Senior Maintenance Planning coach, capable of assisting our client’s staff to implement best practice Maintenance Planning and Scheduling processes.

  • One Senior Reliability Engineer, capable of leading reliability improvement initiatives with minimum guidance.  A sound knowledge of Root Cause Analysis processes is essential.

  • One Mobile Maintenance Planner, preferably with experience with Komatsu mining equipment

All roles require extensive experience within the mining industry.  Potential exists to transition to full-time permanent consulting roles with Assetivity following conclusion of these contracts.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we can only consider applications from those currently residing in Western Australia.

If you believe that you have the experience required and are currently a resident in WA, please email your CV to Paula Birdsall at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

or Apply on Seek here

 

 

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