seeking offshore or onshore employment in angola/africa region on a 28/28 rotational basis.
A professional, well qualified individual with a comprehensive knowledge of maintenance techniques and methods pertaining to the maintenance and commissioning of all types of process, rotating and static equipment. Able to perform and participate in the preventive, predictive, diagnostic and on condition maintenance, of all mechanical equipment. Familiar with Preventative Maintenance Programs, Quality Management Concepts and Maintenance Management Systems. Knowledge of HSE systems, principles, procedures and applications in the workplace. Highly skilled in the management of both expatriates and foreign nationals. Able to train and co-ordinate, control and motivate personnel to form efficient and effective teams. Resourceful, adaptable, enthusiastic and hard working, always keen to increase practical, technical knowledge and broaden management skills. Able to think accurately and work efficiently when under pressure. Absorb new techniques and information quickly, delegate responsibility, use experience, analysis and common sense when planning, troubleshooting and decision making and lead by example fostering a pride in work and sense of achievement in others.
Educational Qualifications - Schools attended Maitland Primary School (1961 – 1967) Nassau High School (1968 -1972)
Technical Qualifications - Diploma in Mechanical Studies (N1-N6) – Pinelands Technical College - (1973-1978) National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (T3) – Cape Technikon – (1980) Higher National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (T4) – Cape Technikon – (1982) Project Management Diploma – Cape Technikon – (1985) Supervisor's Welding Course (Level 1&2) – S.A Institute of Welding – (1989-1990) Welding Inspection Course (Level 1&2) – S.A.I.W – (1991)