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Sasol: Scope & Safety practitioner (QA/QC)

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21 Dec, 2015

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The Scope and Safety Practitioner is to be accountable for building maintenance, terrain, cleaning and electrical/aircon services in a particular portfolio that is executed by service providers.
The Scope and Safety Practitioner is to be accountable for maintenance/cleaning/terrain work in a particular portfolio that is executed by service providers.
The scope of the role is to ensure that scoping is performed per job, an accurate budget/quotation is provided, a plan is done if sufficiently large scope, and to ensure that work is delivered on time/in SLA, correctly to scope and quality, and according to cost estimate.
The Scope and Safety Practitioner need to hold the delivery partners accountable.
To ensure that operational, technical activities and cost is effectively managed.
The Scope and Safety Practitioner is required to apply diverse knowledge and experience to
ensure that service responsibilities are managed effectively and efficiently on behalf of Sasol
Business units.
A key focus is also to ensure that work is executed safely.

 

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
– Grade 12
– Relevant trade certificate / Technical experience
– 3 to 5 years, of which at least 2 years as in a service coordination capacity
– 2 to 3 years experience managing service providers and contracts/SLAs
– Knowledge of OSH Act, Mine Health and Safety Act
– Ability to work after hours or on standby as required
Drivers license is essential
– Experience in electrical Medium voltage(11Kv including switching) and low voltage(400v) will be
advantageous
– Electrical(Wireman) and Aircon(Technician) experience will be advantageous

Core Elements of Job & Key Performance Indicators:
1. Be accountable for delivery in a portfolio
– Understand demand and delivery expectations
– Track service provider work delivery and ensure scope is understood and delivered accordingly
– Validate all job cards for correctness of delivery before signing off
– For maintenance projects, actively be part of the development of the scope of work and the
estimation and sign-off, ensure plans are provided, monitor work delivery to schedule, budget and
quality and ensure safe delivery.
– Note any deviations early
– Challenge service providers on schedule, budget, scope, quality or safety standards to ensure
that Sasol does not receive inferior work, expensive work, late work or work performed unsafely
– Track usage of materials to ensure appropriate and billed correctly

2. Manage Service Providers (SP) performance and implement corrective action
– Attend of monthly service performance meeting in line with scope of work
– Ensure completion of structured site inspections and audits
– Report SP non conformance and take corrective action on

3. Safety and environmental responsibilities
– Perform and report on monthly SHE file audits with service provider
– Implement a weekly safety time out communication session with all stakeholders
– Report all Incidents, perform a structured investigation and implement corrective action
4. Administrative tasks around maintenance and project activities
– Hold weekly plan, do, review meetings with service providers to ensure that service requests are completed within timeframes and according to expectations
– Check all service provider costs and ensure it is aligned to the contractual agreement
– Ensure systems are updated
– Ensure final job cards and invoiced are processed within a week of work completion
– Participate in quarterly meeting with vendors and Supply Chain to review contract scope and
assess if still suitable
– Maintain a maintenance plan for buildings/terrain in scope of work
5. Facilitate relationship management between stakeholders and co-deliverers
– Assist with negotiation and communication of service level agreements to customers by providing data on past delivery
– Liaise with customers/end users regarding work progress and potential issues and present
options for the way forward
6. Assist with functions budget inputs and cost saving initiatives
– Review committed cost report and action outstanding payments
– Report on and reduce out of contract transactions to ensure alignment with one Sasol way
– Ensure follow through and communication with all stakeholders regarding progress
– Engagement with co-delivers (financial, procurement etc.) to ensure effective and efficient
delivery process

Leadership Behavioural Competencies:

– One-Sasol mindset

– Shapes business strategy

– Drives accountability and high performance

– Business acumen

– Fosters teamwork and collaboration
– Role models customer focus

– Leverages diversity and inclusion

– Nurtures and coaches

– Builds partnerships

– Develops self

Functional Competencies:

– Creativity Improvement, efficiency & innovation

– Building alliances and customer relationships

– Act as analyst and customer specialist

– Critical and process thinking

– Tenacity, change resilient and results orientated:

– Regional and global perspective

– Acts as visionary, business development manager and change agent

– Manage virtual teams

– Relationship management

– Safety and civil regulations associated with projects

– SAP and work management systems

– Vendor management Safety practices

– Trade e.g. electrician, plumber

– Project management

How to Apply

Click here to apply online

BU: SHR: Public & Regulatory Affairs

Geographic Area: Secunda

Closing date: 11 January 2016

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