POSITION AVAILABLE:

JO 15718 Maintenance Supervisor

Location:

WI

Salary Range:

Experience-based

 

Summary:

The Maintenance Supervisor (1st Shift) oversees a variety of activities to maintain plant equipment and facilities in optimum operating condition. These activities include scheduled preventive maintenance and emergency/ break down repairs, designing, and implementing strategies to insure that facilities run smoothly and efficiently. Also provides direct supervision to the Maintenance Technicians.

 

Responsibilities:

•     Create, track, review, and maintain the  maintenance budget

•    Work with contractors and vendors for project and equipment quotes and scheduling work

•    Direct and schedule Maintenance Technicians

•    Assign and prioritize work orders

•    Provide audit and Inspection support

•    Develop, maintain, and oversee  the Preventative  Maintenance  Process  & Schedule

•    Identify and implement cost savings, improvement, and safety measure to boost overall performance and proficiency.

•    JD Edwards entry.

•    Oversee contractors work and Insure proper clean up procedures are followed at close of projects.

•    Attend staff and department meetings.

•    Actively participate on EOE Teams that improve workplace safety, reduce waste and Improve factory efficiencies.

•    May be required to work overtime, if deemed necessary, with occasional weekend work.

•    Performs all duties as assigned.

•    Report any and all injuries to your supervisor or manager at the time of Injury.

•    Complete all required training In a timely manner

•    Adhere to company food safety policies and all government food safety and sanitation regulations (ex. FDA, HACCP, GMP, OSHA)

May need to:

•   Assist other maintenance technicians in the repair and maintenance of equipment.

•   Clean and maintain grounds, parking lots, fencing and building facilities (e.g., plumbing).

•   Clean and maintain company vehicles.

•   Complete work orders, records, logs and other written or computer-based documents.

•   Operate material handling equipment, battery equipment, moving machinery, and other powered equipment.

•   Perform preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment.

•    Trouble complex problems with equipment where the repair is not immediately visible or obvious.

Qualifications:

•    High School Diploma or GED.

•    Valid driver’s license.

•    Forklift, scissors, and aerial lift license within first week.

•    3+ years’ experience in maintenance or mechanics.

•    Course work or certification in welding, electrical, boiler, HVAC, mechanical automation, or Industrial electronics.

•    Direct and schedule Maintenance Technicians - including interviewing, hiring, training, planning and schedule, performance reviews, rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints, and resolving issues.

•    Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages.

•    Basic computer skills including e-mail, word processing, and spreadsheets

•    Read and understand technical drawings (e.g., blueprints, electronic/mechanical schematics, equipment manuals) to repair/maintain equipment.

•    Good written and verbal communication skills.

•    Ability to work with automated equipment and power equipment.

•    Ability to multi-task and prioritize under pressure.

•    Ability to work in cross-functional teams.

•    History of good attendance.

•    Good organization and problem-solving skills.

•    Detail-oriented nature.

•    Ability to work with moderate supervision.

•    Moderate travel required.

 

Contact:

Dave Sloan, Vice President-Dairy Operations, Tom Sloan & Associates, dsloan@tsloan.com, 920-261-8890

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