to the Maintenance Manager. Accountable
for all maintenance work being done by his work team that brings value to the
organization in a timely and cost effective manner. This is accomplished by reducing machine
downtime and unscheduled maintenance through improved equipment
reliability. Ensure that all repairs,
PM/PdM work plans are followed and executed.
Close coordination between the Maintenance Planner, Scheduler, I&E Supervisor
and Hourly Personnel performing the field work is critical in executed work
right the first time.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervision of all Mechanical/Maintenance Technicians and Welders. Responsible to make sure ALL maintenance work
is executed and being done correctly according to OEM and corporate best
practices. Follow up on ALL mechanical
field inspections for plant critical equipment.
Must be fully aware of the condition of this equipment at all times.
the mechanical and welding maintenance staff that is responsible for equipment repairs
plant wide while ensuring a safe work environment practicing “best safe work
practices”. This includes developing the
skills of these employees. (20% of the time)
mechanical equipment inspections must be done timely according to OEM specs and
documented properly. (20% of the time)
priority is given to service work requests derived from PM/PdM
inspections. Follow up on these repairs
to make sure work required is done right the first time. (10% of the time)
closely with the Reliability Group on keeping mechanical PM’s current and
inspections/repairs are being done according to best industry standards and
practices. This is to ensure the longest
possible equipment life before major overhaul. (15% of the time)
closely with Planner to make sure all critical equipment job plans are executed
per OEM and/or corporate best practices outlined for field repairs. (10% of the time)
closely with the Reliability Engineer in making sure we are doing work that
brings added value towards continuous improvement for all critical plant
equipment. (10% of the time)
with Operations and Maintenance Scheduler in coordinating equipment
availability that will need unit/area downtime to accomplish all maintenance repairs
and PM work in a timely manner. (10% of the time)
with Engineering Technology group on Capital Projects installing new equipment
to gain knowledge of its operational & maintenance practices to implement
into our current maintenance reliability processes. (5% of the time)
Minimum Experience Level:
- High School Diploma or GED
- Industrial Mechanical background is required
- Detailed understanding of reliability processes including intrusive PM's, predictive maintenance, condition based monitoring , etc.
- 5 plus years of industrial mechanical/operation supervision experience
- Knowledge and understanding of but not limited to pumps, valves, fans/blowers, compressors, instrument air dryers, conveying equipment, dryers/calciner, furnaces, refractory installations, packaging equipment, rolling stock equipment, boilers, steam turbine, bag filtration,etc.
- Knowledge and understanding of mechanical equipment industry and OEM best practices
- Experience doing equipment turnarounds
- The ability to manage multiple priorities or projects simultaneously and keep them progressing to completion.
- Good communication skills are a must between all departments and personnel.
- Excellent communication skills; both orally and written
- Good math, computer and organizational skills
- Proficient in all MS Office Software Programs
- Demonstrated ability to read standard blueprints, machine and process drawings. Have the ability to sketch or redline existing drawings.
- Understand the maintenance processes and proper use of the CMMS work order system and storeroom processes.
- Analytical thinking, problem solving and root cause analysis skills
- Engineering Degree, Technical school or Apprenticeship program background is preferred
3 - 5 Years
Manager Maintenance Programs