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Job title :Maintenance Manager: Plant Reference :C142275
Company :Asla Construction
Professional Sector : Industry Sector :
Location : No location given
Salary : 0.00 - 0.00
Applications open :2018-07-07Applications close :2018-07-16
Job Description
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ASLA Construction, based in Strand, is a leading company in the Civil Construction Industry and believes in equal opportunities for all employees. The company currently seeks an appropriately qualified candidate for the following position in the Western Cape region:

Maintenance Manager: Plant
The successful candidate must be goal-driven, self-motivated and able to work independently. Excellent resource management that includes people, plant and finances is a prerequisite for this position.
Responsibilities: • Implement preventative maintenance to ensure the optimisation of plant, vehicles and equipment • Manage internal maintenance programme and control the cost of maintenance, equipment and spares • Monitor the neatness and safe handling of equipment on site • Implement equipment upgrades and enhancements • Ensure occupational health and safety • Effectively manage and train team of site mechanics.
Requirements: • Qualified artisan or related qualification with 15 years’ experience in supervising artisans and the maintenance of heavy equipment in the construction environment • Qualification in Business Management.
It would be expected of the successful candidate to assume duties throughout the Western Cape.
The Company offers a competitive and market-related remuneration package.
If you feel up to these challenges and would like to join our team, please address a comprehensive CV to ASLA Construction, PO Box 118, Gordons Bay or fax: (021) 845-8552 or e-mail: hr@asla.co.za
Closing date: 16 July 2018
Applicants who do not receive feedback within three weeks must please consider their applications as unsuccessful.