Maintenance Planner - I&C ( Nuclear ) (NAWAH - MP(I&C)) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates


Job Location : Barakah Site (around 300 KMs from Abu Dhabi downtown)

Contract Duration : 1 year renewable

Work Schedule : Resident; 4 days per week and 38 working hours per week


Qualification and experience requirements for Maintenance Planner

  • Nuclear Experience - Mandatory 
  • An engineering diploma (electrical, mechanical, I&C) OR equivalent experience & training at a nuclear power plant
  • Have at least 10 years planning experience in Instrumentation & Control discipline
  • At least 10 years’ experience with advanced print reading skills (electrical, mechanical, P&ID, logic and control) to be able to accurately understand plant drawings.
  • At least 10 years of in-plant experience with maintenance activities, fault finding, technical problem resolution.
  • Full English fluency is required for procedure understanding, print reading, and interfacing with other departments to complete the tasks at hand. A minimum English proficiency of 5.5 in all categories are required on the IEL TS or equivalent scale. This is applicable to non-native English speakers and evidence should be submitted.

Job Description 

  • Creation of initial maintenance work orders and instructions using vendor manuals, industry procedures or procedures supplied by other experts as required by the functions in line with internationally accepted standards.
  • Develop the required Human Factored Technical work instructions to support execution of event free maintenance.
  • Provide information to support generation of Procedure Change Requests {PCRs) by the functions. These Procedure Change Requests are generated on an as needed (daily) basis by the functions as the work performed by the maintenance planner{s) may identify procedure improvement opportunities.
  • Reformatting of existing maintenance work instructions in accordance with Nawah's Maintenance
  • Procedures, Administrative Writers Guide and Technical Writers Guide. These time-lines are determined by Management and the Function in line with critical milestones for the first unit fuel load and Commercial Operational Readiness milestone for Unit 1.
  • Perform technical administrative activities as assigned by Site Maintenance Managers.
  • The contracted Maintenance planners are fully integrated into the Nawah Procedures and Records Management function and systems and makes a large contribution in decreasing the work instruction workload of the Function.
  • Possible secondment to other departments as required, in line with skills and work instruction writing requirements.