Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Maintenance Manager owns accountability for the Plant facility, equipment, systems, and utilities to ensure their proper operation and maintenance. This person works closely with the corporate maintenance and engineering teams to support their success. This position is for 1st Shift.
- Responsible for the maintenance of site, building, machinery and equipment within the facility.
- Engage and collaborate with senior leadership to drive overall Maintenance strategies including Capex budget development and execution.
- Supervision of two Maintenance Technicians.
- Selecting and monitoring contractors providing services.
- Analytically resolve mechanical & electrical malfunctions back to OEM Specifications.
- Working to improve quality, runtime, and throughput from systems/equipment.
- Providing compliance with city, county, state, and federal agency requirements.
- Writing requisitions/purchase orders for services and equipment needs.
- Assure compliance with all company policies, to include proper PPE requirements.
- Manage and assign work orders.
- Perform maintenance tasks as needed.
- Other related duties and responsibilities as required or assigned.
- Excellent working knowledge of Industrial Maintenance, math, electronics, computers and ergonomics.
- Experience working a Manufacturing Facility required.
- Strong understanding of drives and PLC’s
- Ability to interact with vendors.
- Understanding of process improvements.
- At least 10 years as a Maintenance Manager within an industrial facility preferred.
- Solid knowledge of computer-based software and tools.
- Ability to work in an ever-changing work environment.
- Strong project management skills.
- Good understanding of basic machinery.
- Good mechanical & electrical aptitude.
- Good communication & collaboration skills.
- Ability to oversee Preventative Maintenance program.
- Ability to develop maintenance personnel and skills
- Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Although limited must be able to climb stairs and ladders, work at heights up to 50’.
- You must be able to work in awkward positions such as kneeling, squatting, and while laying on your stomach or back.
- There will be some contact with liquid paint, solvents, greases and oils.