As the Maintenance Supervisor you will lead and coach the Maintenance technicians and focus on serving as a technical resource, implementation of preventive maintenance processes, and lead root cause investigations to help drive equipment efficiency. This role will create and promote an inclusive and innovative team environment. The Maintenance Supervisor reports to the Distillery Manager.
Using established guidelines and protocols, supervises preventative maintenance and reliability activities. Interfaces and coordinates with other departments, personnel facility management, contractors, community and local regulators to ensure asset health and availability.
In accordance with plant maintenance/reliability strategies, standards and best practices, provides clear instruction and direction and participates in routine ongoing maintenance activities and record keeping to ensure asset health and adherence to guidelines, codes, regulations, requirements and overall production quality.
Provides clear instruction, direction and participates in the execution of routine repair procedures and tasks to ensure compliance with the fundamental plant reliability strategies, standards and practices.
Monitors repairs through systems and controls (i.e., CMMS) to ensure work orders and requests are executed in accordance to established work flow to meet maintenance & reliability performance metrics.
25% - Maintenance Training & Support
Maintains and applies consistent maintenance and reliability best practices (ie. safety programs, routine safety audits, RCM methodology and FMEA to determine optimum defect elimination strategies)
Developing knowledge of and is responsible for gaining awareness of the latest innovations, technology and trends for maintenance and reliability practices.
Identifies training opportunities, needs and facilitates training sessions for maintenance personnel, focusing on skills training and development, safety practices and work standards.
Supports operations by identifying and reviewing failures, downtime and lost production and partners with more senior team members to identify opportunities to improve reliability and/or determine acceptable risk tolerance for assets.
Promotes a culture that builds, operates and maintains plants that are operationally sound, safe and reliable. Focuses on improving work execution practice to ensure the right work is being done right.
25% - People & Budget Management
Responsible for the people management of the maintenance department including recruiting, retention, development and engagement of team
Responsible for the appropriate scheduling and delegation of activities for a team of maintenance & reliability employees and 3rd party contractors.
Establishes and manages maintenance budget. Has responsibility for a subset of cost control of repairs and maintenance and also maintenance labor and parts.
Manages ongoing maintenance and reliability related projects (ie. asset reliability and defect elimination) utilizing general knowledge of maintenance and reliability practices and procedures
Participates in capital project planning, maintainability design, cost estimation, tracking and payback justification.
Assists and provides recommendations on selection of contractors/vendors. Supports maintenance vendor issues and contract administration.
3+ years of Maintenance leadership experience
Demonstrated ability to solve complex technical problems using formal techniques and failures
Experience with CMMS system
Experience in Manufacturing, food processing, or related field
Working knowledge of mechanical, electrical and refrigeration and utilities processes and equipment
Compliance experience with OSHA, EPA, PSM and other codes/regulations
Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering, Business or related field or Equivalent work experience of 5+ years
5 years of experience in maintenance leadership, planning or equivalent in a manufacturing environment
Certified Reliability Maintenance Professional (CMRP) Certification
Experience using reliability maintenance centered techniques, root cause analysis, LEAN Six Sigma to create a proactive work environment that is focused on continuous improvement at the best cost
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
Must be at least 21 years of age
Must be able to sit and/or stand for long periods of time and work on a computer for extended periods
Lifting may be required
Works in warm/cold climates
Works in high places
Works on wet surfaces
Is exposed to loud noise, fumes and/or toxic chemicals
Works near moving, mechanical parts and lift truck traffic
Must be able to move up to 55 lbs.
Primary office environment may be production/distribution setting
Operations and Production
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