Spare Parts Engineer
At Maersk we have a vision that’s larger than the ocean: to be a true integrator of container logistics connecting and simplifying our customers’ supply chain through global end-to-end solutions. We count on our people to make it happen.
Joining Maersk, you will become part of the global family of the company that moves 20% of global trade everyday all the way, where one of our core values is Our Employees. It goes without saying that we value diversity: we thrive on the diversity of our talent in all its forms and we see it as a strength in building high-performance teams across brands, cultures and locations.
You will have a unique opportunity to stretch your capabilities by learning from, sparring with and building lasting relationships with diverse and professional colleagues all over the world.
Would you like to play a key part in building and embedding a trusted relationship with Terminal Asset maintenance, Key Port OEMs, and Asset management community?
Would you like to join a passionate team where making a difference and personal development is in focus?
Then this unique role may be just the right one for you.
An interesting role where you will be reporting to the Global spares’ lifecycle manager and be responsible for building / Bridging relationship with Terminal Operations by facilitating and /or leading spare parts stocking planning, SPIRs and EBOM’S for all (APM Terminals) operational equipment types.
As a spare part engineer, you will support/assist the Global Inventory and Warehouse team in driving global inventory strategy, BI development, setting standard operation processes for spare part requirements with OEMs, whilst driving- initiatives to reduce running cost, minimize stock, and optimize availability of container terminal crane equipment. You will be a key stakeholder/driver for all new build equipment acquired by APMT for planning and developing inventory strategy for all spare parts which will empower you to plan and optimise ROPs, EOQ, LOT sizes, and Safety stocks based on the asset type. To make it more exciting, you will also be accountable for driving inventory optimisation projects in close conjunction with our Reliability team, Portfolio managers, Terminal Asset maintenance and OEMs, locally, regionally and globally. For icing on the cake, you will also be working closely with the procurement teams to plan and support supply chain management of end-to-end spare parts for all our existing operational fleet.
Overall, a power packed role full of learnings, and personal growth.
Success in this role will require you to have a zeal to make a change at a regional and global level. You are a fair knowledge of MRO, perhaps in other similar industries, Spare parts, Data analytics and modelling, and Supply chain dynamics. The right understanding of how these fit into each other and balance between them is the key. Moreover, you will:
- Communicate the ‘Asset Maintenance's Inventory and Warehousing’ strategy and its relationship to Maersk and APMT mission, vision, and values; motivate people to commit to these and to do the extraordinary.
- Build and maintain lifecycle spare parts stocking plans, SPIR’s and EBOM’s for all APMT operational equipment types
- Drive APMT network for spare parts stocking optimisation decisions and governance, in localised terminals, regional and global locations, using data and data analytics.
- Drive spare parts optimization based on analytics (ABC, FMEA, Risk based and AHP)
- Have a good idea on spare part Operational visibility, identifying/defining criticality and calculating risk impact on equipment.
- Maintain governance controls and feedback loops over terminal inventory order points and over stocking levels
- Build and maintain master data alignment and mapping between APMT and major OEM
- Spare parts technical advisory as input validation to terminal requests for order point stocking changes
- Adhoc related projects as and when required.
Experience in similar spare parts, heavy analytics role, within similar MRO industry, along with a degree in Engineering or Supply Chain is preferred. You have an analytical mind with ability to plan, organise and prioritize, you are hungry for success, dedicated and persistent. You have prior experience working with EBOMs, SPIRs and are aware of inventory optimisation concepts (ABC, XYZ, FMEA, Risk based analysis etc) and implementation (ROP, Safety stock, Lot size, EOQ etc). You understand importance of maximising equipment operational uptime and can drive competitive TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and increase ROIC.
You are a good listener with excellent verbal and written communication skills in English, with global multicultural appreciation, and secondary language, such as Spanish, and Arabic, would be an additional benefit, but not essential.
With 67 terminals on 5 continents, APM Terminals (APMT) operates one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive maritime port and terminal networks. United by a passion to help our customers grow their businesses, our team of 22,000 industry professionals is focused on delivering operational excellence and solutions that help build better supply chain efficiency, flexibility and reliability. By providing the expertise and port infrastructure essential to world trade, we actively support the advancement of the societies around us, enabling local economies to unlock their potential and build an even stronger global community.
A GLOBAL AND DIVERSE WORKPLACE
At APMT, the world is your workplace, and you’ll find a culturally diverse, stimulating and ambitions environment at any of our terminals and offices. APMT is part of the A.P. Moller – Maersk group, an integrated transport and logistics company with over 83,000 employees globally.
We value a culture in which everyone can feel at home. We don't just work across continents, we work across different genders, generations, cultures, sexual orientations, religions, disabilities, and perspectives. Together, we succeed as one global team. We want to encourage innovation and empower our teams to share new ways of thinking, making the most of our diverse talents. But it’s also about feeling involved and encouraged to be yourself. We are proud of our diversity and see it as an important source of strength for building high performing teams.
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