ABInBev
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Boiler Attendant

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Job Description

Dreaming big is in our DNA. Brewing the world’s most loved beers and creating meaningful experiences is what inspires us. We are owners, empowered to lead real change, deliver on tough challenges, and take accountability for the results. We are looking for talent that shares these values, that is ambitious, bold & resilient. We want talent that is looking for fast career growth, cross-functional experiences, global exposure and robust training & development.

The primary role of the boiler operator is to operate the boilers efficiently, generating sufficient steam for kilning process.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Operate the boiler according to the SOPs and adhering to safe working practices at all times
  • Stop the boilers if it appears to endanger the equipment and personal safety
  • Maintain the boiler according to good maintenance practices
  • Maintain housekeeping standards in the area of operation
  • Fully utilize VPO tools in carrying out tasks
  • Manage and achieve shift and team KPIs
  • Carry out ATO through deep cleaning of boilers, lubrication and inspection of equipment according to the work instructions and in accordance with the maintenance schedule
  • Identify defective boiler parts and report these through to the process artisan or team leader for resolution
  • Assist the process artisan in executing running repairs on shift
  • Carrying out the required quality checks and analyses and record results in appropriate information system
  • Utilise available reaction plan and escalation procedure when tracked PIs on SPCs and SICs are out
  • Manage and achieve shift and team KPIs
  • Actively participate in shift meetings, asking questions to test understanding and contributing suggestions. making use of the gap list to record issues, problems and improvement opportunities
  • Fully understand the team goals and participate in team goal review sessions
  • Make use of relevant communication media (e.g. shift logbook) to stay informed and inform others of issues
  • Complete required hand over to incoming shift team members, ensuring the issues relating to plant performance, quality and maintenance are communicated
  • Where problems occur, use 5Whys and QFRs to identify the possible origin and report these to the process artisan for resolution
  • Identify sources of waste and report these to the team leader

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Full Craft Certificate
  • National Diploma or equivalent
  • Min – 12 months on the job training (SKAP process)
  • 1 years experience in a malting environment
  • Previous experience in a process controlled manufacturing environment, ideally in food FMCG products
  • Previous boiler attendant and maintenance experience advantageous

Additional Information:

  • AB InBev is an equal opportunity employer and all appointments will be made in-line with AB InBev employment equity plan and talent requirements. We are a company that promotes gender equality. Internal applicants require line manager approval. Please note that only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
  • The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional/relevant information as criteria for short-listing. Interested candidates who meet the above specifications may apply no later than 01 June 2022.

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