Maintenance Manager

Your Tasks KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Responsible for managing a maintenance team of electrical and mechanical supervisors as well as hourly electrical and mechanical maintenance team members.  Responsible for overall maintenance, which includes ensuring that equipment is operated and maintained according to manufacturer specifications, work performed meets safety requirements and all maintenance workers follow appropriate federal and state safety guidelines  Oversee and direct maintenance personnel, equipment installation, facilities equipment repair and preventative maintenance.  Coordinate with engineering, operations departments and outside contractors to perform activities, repairs, preventive maintenance on production equipment and machines to avoid downtime and delays.  Creating and following Preventive Maintenance (PM) schedules, and overseeing a staff of maintenance as well as inspection and testing of equipment or building systems.  Responsible for scheduling employees, managing the work load and maintenance backlog.  Responsible for reviewing staff members' performance conducting performance reviews and development of MBO's.  Employee scheduling (for example managing absences for vacation, illness, shutdowns  Instruct and train maintenance team members under changing conditions  Recording maintenance progress in the area of responsibility; preparing daily, weekly and monthly reports  Planning, managing and coordinating maintenance processes and scheduling. Performance of maintenance planning and scheduling functions in area of responsibility  Monitoring work results with the goal of continuous improvement (quality, safety, environmental protection, productivity, costs)  Preparing and supervising routine repairs and maintenance work including major shutdowns; managing PM/MI inspections and making the equipment available for inspections.  In addition to technical knowledge, must have knowledge of Total Preventive Maintenance (TPM) (the application of preventive maintenance strategies in an organized and standardized method and excellent time management skills  Attention to detail and have the ability to follow specific, technical specifications and instructions is a must  Ability to coordinate and meet multiple deadlines KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED  Safety, detail, and quality oriented  Knowledge in chemical process controls and instrumentation preferred  SAP experience preferred  Managerial and leadership skills required  Proficient in MS Office applications Your Profile REQUIRED YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:  5+ years of experience in the manufacturing maintenance (chemical industry preferred)  3+ years of supervisory experience in manufacturing and equipment maintenance (chemical industry preferred) PREFERRED YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:  Experience in the chemical industry STRONGLY preferred REQUIRED EDUCATION (INCLUDING CERTIFICATIONS, ETC.):  Minimum of an associate degree or equivalent in electrical mechanical engineering required PREFERRED EDUCATION (INCLUDING PREFERRED FIELDS OF STUDY, CERTIFICATIONS, ETC.):  Bachelor preferred WORK ENVIRONMENT:  Exposure to occasionally loud noise levels  Must be able to be frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts, electrical equipment mechanical equipment and vibration  This position will be required to work at multiple work stations  Protective equipment must be worn in the performance of some duties hearing protection, dust masks, respirators, gloves)  Standard PPE includes: Shoes, glasses, gloves, hearing protection, (vests and hardhats during project phase)  Additional PPE includes; safety goggles, acid suits, rubber boots, full face respirator, supplied air respirator, and dust mask  Pacemakers, metal implants, and other similar medical devices are not permitted in certain in certain areas due to the surrounding electrical equipment  Overtime may be required PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Able to read DCS and see/differentiate colors  Exposure to outdoor / inclement weather (first break work/inspection rounds)  Bend, crawl, crouch, lift up to 50 lbs., reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, climb up to 70 m. (230 feet)  Potential exposure to chemicals; able to work, i.e. climb or operate valves, in full protective gear for the first breaks, maintenance, sampling, etc.  Able to respond to alarms and announcements both in the field and in the control room  Able to communicate with peers both in direct contact as well as through phone and radio systems 838679-2-0
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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