Georgia-Pacific’s Consumer Products division is seeking qualified professionals to consider for a Reliability Coordinator to support the fiber and utility assets at the Wauna Mill in Clatskanie, Oregon.
This role will work closely with operations and maintenance teams to sustain and improve equipment reliability to advance our competitive position. This role reports to the fiber and utilities Operation Manager.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
Understanding safe work practices and leading safety by example
Efficiently coordinating maintenance work (mechanical, electrical, and instrument) by anticipating, prioritizing, & scheduling work.
Lead structured Planning and Scheduling meetings on a weekly basis per established cadence
Creating a partnership with others that fosters a culture that values reliability
Leveraging precision maintenance techniques through your expectation of how work is completed
Championing timely identification and development of maintenance outage work
Improving reliability of fiber and utility assets with disciplined execution of maintenance work processes ensuring on-time execution of preventative and predictive maintenance work
Troubleshooting equipment and participating in root cause failure analysis to identify and resolve equipment failures
Demonstrating a proper sense of urgency and discipline to balance break-in and scheduled work, provide a weekly forecast of work to schedule
Utilizing economic and critical thinking and risk-taking mentality to ensure maintenance spend creates long term value for the product system and mill
Own, control, and forecast maintenance spending to meet maintenance cost budget expectations
Encouraging mechanics and operators to demonstrate personal ownership and fostering the personal growth of their capabilities
Reviewing EH&S Work Orders and requests with Planning and Scheduling team weekly
Collaborating with Planners and Area Leaders to prioritize work
Assisting in manpower optimization and sharing with other Reliability Coordinators
Maintaining the Planning Board metrics and providing explanations for metric performance on a weekly and monthly basis
What You Will Need:
High School Diploma or GED
Two (2) years or more of experience in a manufacturing environment
Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
What Will Put You Ahead?
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering
Ten (10) or more years of experience working within a manufacturing environment
Technical experience with pulping equipment, boilers, and wood handling systems
Experience working with a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)