PEME are constantly seeking fresh-talent to join our business and we look to provide an opportunity for engineers from other sectors, with transferrable skills or potential, to join us in the manufacturing sector. As a result, David Nadarajan has recently joined the PEME Reliability department.
David has 6 years of upstream oil and gas experience, both off-shore and on-shore, focusing on production enhancement and this knowledge has been enriched with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.
PEME’s Reliability Improvement team exists to mobilise and support our in-field Asset Care teams to ensure we have an effective Preventive Maintenance system to find and deal with developing failures before a breakdown is suffered. Continuous Improvement is a major focus to ensure we are avoiding critical failures and driving-down engineering-related downtime. This ensures our Asset Care partners have sustainable Plant Maintenance solutions.
David has initially been deployed as a member of our Reliability team, working alongside the site’s engineering team, on a Maintenance Improvement Project in a Brewery and is being mentored in PEME’s approach to Asset Care Improvement. The outcome from this Project are a set of deliverables that will allow the CMMS to be populated and a holistic Preventive Maintenance regime implemented.
Asked about his career aspirations with PEME, David said “I am very impressed with the work culture here in PEME and would like to be part of the winning team and contribute towards business growth. The opportunity and career path within PEME definitely excites me”.
Outside work, David appreciates exotic cuisine and enjoys travelling to new places and trying out the local dishes. David says, although he’s not a great cook, he does enjoy cooking and sampling new dishes. He also enjoys playing football, but as a Liverpool FC supporter that’s as good as it gets. Recently he has developed an interest in super-bikes.