Manager Facilities Maintenance Otro

de Empresa Reservada en Estado de Mexico
Publicado el 11-10-2016 en Otros

Manager Facilities Maintenance

Reference Code: 25221
Natural Gas Pipelines
México (MX) – San Juan del Río, Querétaro
Role: MX Operations E
Job Category: Operations
Employment Type: Employee Full-time
Relocation Eligibility: Domestic & Cross Border
General Information:
The Central Region Facilities Maintenance Manager position reports to the
Director of Mexico Operations and will be primarily responsible for overseeing
the complete Facilities Maintenance Management function for the natural gas
pipeline facilities for TGNH, Tamazunchale – El Sauz, Tula to Villa de Reyes
and EOM, Manzanillo to Guadalajara. This role will also assume
responsibilities for assets under construction.
Please note:
This position is eligible for domestic relocation assistance within Mexico.
-As an Region Manager you are responsible to:
-Provide leadership to continuously improve business performance in terms of health, safety and environment, costs, maintenance practices, and customer services;
-Understand and implement Operations and Engineering Strategies;
-Provide input and assistance in the development of goals and objectives from Business Unit to Region level;
-Lead the efforts to achieve these goals within the Region;
-Effectively manage all resources (people, financial, material, and time) in order to ensure maximum efficiency in planning, forecasting, and allocation;
-Develop and foster an environment which actively enables and encourages employee innovation, continuous improvement, and commitment to operational excellence;
-Ensure compliance with all relevant federal, state, and local regulatory requirements and company policies and procedures pertaining to operations and maintenance;
-Understand and manage facility risks and performance;
-Manage Operations and Maintenance contracts; understand commercial agreements and asset management plans;
-Develop, manage and monitor budgets for the Region;
-Effectively work and interact with peers in order to optimize regional results and contribute to overall company success;
-Ensure that TransCanada has a positive and visible image in the communities within the Region.
-As a leader in Field Operations, you will be expected to:
-Build a strong, competent, proactive, and engaged team;
-Develop individual and succession plans for your team;
-Provide your team with excellent performance feedback, appropriate rewards, recognition, and coaching;
-Continuously develop your leadership competencies while maintaining a current knowledge of company strategy, goals, and objectives;
-Model and hold team members accountable to model TransCanada’s values;
-Ensure that company resources are effectively allocated and utilized to improve reliability and availability of our facilities and to support regional operations;
-Manage and coordinate emergency response with a requirement to be on call to respond to emergency situations;
-Contribute to companywide objectives and initiatives;
-Travel throughout the Region and spend some time away from home.
-As a member of the Regional Leadership Team, you will be required to:
-Work collaboratively to establish the region’s strategy, goals, and business plan;
-Commit to the execution of the region’s business plan;
-Represent the company and foster critical partnerships both internally and externally;
-Be a champion for continuous improvement and change management.
-Other tasks as required.
Qualifications and Education:
Qualifications and Abilities:
-Knowledge and familiarity and TransCanada’s business vision, strategies, practices, processes and systems;
-Experience in effective resources allocation and utilization (budget preparation, forecasting, re-basing, etc., staff scheduling, supply chain management, etc.);
-Demonstrated leadership in the area of health, safety, and environment, change management, employee development, performance management, and team building skills;
-Superior data analysis and problem solving skills;
-Ability to make sound decisions based on risk, cost / benefit assessment, and economic and commercial drivers;
-Knowledge of TransCanada’s Leadership competencies and a commitment to career
-Experience with conflict resolution and problem solving tools and processes;
-Excellent interpersonal and communication skills combined with the ability to utilize those skills during interactions with peers, employees, internal and external customers, and community groups.
-Successful completion of a Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in a technical based field of study (Engineering, Commerce, or equivalent);
-Related experience preferably in a managerial or leadership type setting in an asset;
-An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.
-Bi-lingual Spanish and English
Please note: This position requires the candidate to:
– Have and maintain a valid driver’s license;
*Depending on the qualifications of the applicants, the successful candidate may be offered a position at a more appropriate level and/or ladder.
Depending on the qualifications of the applicants, the successful candidate
may be offered a position at a more appropriate level and/or ladder.
Some positions may require background screening, including criminal and/or
credit checks, in order to comply with regulations.
Please apply to this posting by 24/10/2016. Only applications submitted
through TransCanada’s internal Careers site will be acknowledged.
Direct inquiries related to this posting to:
Hiring Leader: Kenneth L Van Haitsma
Recruitment Consultant: Andre Benjamin Espinosa Lopez
Consistent with our employment practices, TransCanada reserves the right to
consider the cost of relocation when making internal hiring decisions.
TransCanada is an equal opportunity employer.

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