· Plan, scope, and convert to a work execution package
· Focus on future work. Maximum time shall be used on the shop floor for job planning.
· Follow maintenance workflow, use software system to track work request
· Look into the work request and convert into work order with approval with department manager. Estimate work completion time and achieve it. If their is a gap, analyze it and improve it in future. Planning performance is the key performance indicator for the planner.
· Set priority for every work through discussion with the originator, department manager, considering business impact and cost.
· Walk down the job to be planned. Identify trade/craft of the technician. Prioritize trade requirement.
· Scope every work order to determine if planning is required based on planning priority
· Understand and apply work planning and workflow. Owner of the planning flow.
· Create reusable work plan
· Document the required materials for the work
· Submit a listing of materials to the crib team for kit preparation
· Owner of existing asset parts list
· Arrange external contractor if there is a requirement.
· Deal with vendors for warranty repairs
· Owner of “Waiting on Material” and “Ready to Plan” work orders and backlogs
· Maintain latest status of the work order, update the originator
· Maintain backlog of open work order
· Develop “Kit with planned job” and send to scheduler for execution.
· Planned jobs library. Obtain feedback of the technicians and shift Supervisors to continuously improve future work.
· Work with scheduler to allow accurate scheduling.
· Own the KPI’s to measure planning progress
· Formalize proven practices on job plans; Improve repair quality
· Network – Establish relationships with other planners to expand the library
· Communicate to maintenance engineers for any clarity on planned work.