Completes one Safety Assessment Tool (SAT) observation card per production week.
Performs and documents periodic crew safety meetings.
Supports 5S and TPM events.
Maintains good housekeeping and safe work practices and conditions.
Seeks ideas to improve the safety of the work practices and conditions when opportunities surface.
Actively participates in the development, discipline, and safety of the maintenance employees.
Reviews and validates standard operating procedures, job safety analyses, lockout procedures, and job duties as directed.
Troubleshoots, corrects, and possibly improves control issues related to variable speed drives and motors, AC line drives and motors/encoders, DC line drives and motors/rheostats, PLC’s, servo systems, single loop controllers, and various sensors used in this field.
Troubleshoots, corrects, and possibly improves issues related to electrical power, hydraulic power units, and natural gas fired heaters.
Troubleshoots, corrects, and possibly improves mechanical issues related to drive systems, conveyors, piping, valves, plant utilities, and others as needed.
Uses troubleshooting as opportunities to train and otherwise grow the plant electrical personnel.
Supervises the personnel and activities in order to achieve or exceed defined metric targets such as downtime.
Dates, documents, and signs any / all conversations such as incidents pertaining to safety and job performance issues.
Assigns and maintains work flow, checks progress and quality of work, and assists employees in the course of their daily work activities.
Examines work for exactness, neatness, and conformance to expectations, procedures, and any applicable codes.
Coordinates activities and projects with other department(s) as needed.
Recommends purchase of necessary supplies, equipment, materials, and spare parts, especially electrical parts.
Utilizes the full benefits of the maintenance tracking and work order system.
Initiates purchase requisitions.
Prepares and maintains maintenance reports and records as directed.
Makes suggestions to improve methods related to maintenance.
Minimal travel requirements as determined by the Maintenance Manager.
Supervises maintenance personnel.
Maintains supervision of contractors at the facility as needed.
3-8 years in maintenance department or in equivalent industry.
2-5 years supervisory experience or documented training in this area.
4-10 years electrical and PLC control experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Computer skills include the usage of Google Mail, Google Sheets, Google Docs, Microsoft Word and Excel.
PeopleSoft, Kronos, and Maintscape skills are a plus.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to identify and implement training for skills needed by hourly personnel, both mechanical and electrical.
Maintain accountability for assigned responsibilities over any shift or any day of the week as needed.
Seeks results after other efforts fail.
Ability to read and understand drawings and schematics.
Ability to navigate and understand PLC code for troubleshooting.
Meg Meter experience and understanding are a plus.