Title: Operation Manager
Skills and Experience
Simon Maselli has consulted across South East Asia and much of Europe to companies including BHP, BP, Anglo Coal and Transfield Services.
He has been involved in several landmark projects including the $500M Pulp Mill Upgrade and $360M M5 project at Australian Paper’s Maryvale site. He also led the troubleshooting team onboard the Keppel Fels B317 Self Propelled Jackup Vessel in the Singaporean and North Seas.
He is founder and current operations manager of M-innovation, an industrial and product testing company which helps Australian companies to achieve world class standards.
He studied Engineering and Business at RMIT Melbourne and Innovation at the University of Maryland in the USA. He is currently undertaking his Masters of Project Management at the University of South Australia due to be completed in 2017.
Simon is an innovative thinker, who provides thoughtful leadership to his team and mentoring and coaching to his peers. His charismatic and “straight shooting” style have helped him to earn respect in the industry as has his ability to deliver projects quickly, with reduced risk and costs.
What Simon brings?
- Simon possess commendable key client/partner relationship management skills and as well as innovation and entrepreneurship skills
- Excellent communication, problem solving and a professional and knowledgeable consultancy service skills
- Proven record of project management experience with skills of delivering complex solutions in a timely manner
- Specialist in architectural formed glass as a designer and artisan
- Responsible for Project Management of M5 Project at Maryville Paper Mill, a $360M project to install and commission a new fine papers machine.
- Responsible for the handover and commissioning of the Pulp Mill Project, a $500M+ projects to install a chlorine free pulp mill on the largest pulp and paper site in the southern hemisphere
- Led a project team to investigate the vibration onboard B317 “Seafox” offshore jackup vessel. Investigation took place during transit from Singapore to the Netherlands and the North Sea