Dec 06, 2018
Maintenance Supervisor Under minimal supervision, the Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for daily supervision, training, and hands-on participation of shared cellar and maintenance operations. This position will concentrate on facilities and maintenance operations for all tasks associated with actively assessing and maintaining overall equipment condition/operation/reliability. In addition, this position will work with the Production Shift Supervisor to prioritize the sharing of staff and resources to complete maintenance and cellar work. Responsibility Provides leadership and personal support; coaches, guides, nurtures, and develops the right people; leads by example
Drives company focus, manages culture, encourages strong work ethic, and fosters an environment of trust and respect
Develops individual performance plans in alignment with company goals and objectives; communicates clearly defined objectives; maintains level of productivity in unit
Trains employees to do their job; set standards for work performance
Monitors performance and provides feedback to direct reports through formal quarterly and annual reviews; regularly communicates with staff to achieve mutual understanding and desired results
Recognizes and addresses performance strengths and limitations of staff
Manages employee attendance to ensure compliance with company standards; approves/monitors overtime
Communicates and supports company policies and decisions in a positive manner
Handles employee issues, concerns, and complaints in an objective and confidential manner
Provides employees with a safe, comfortable, and rewarding work environment
Assists in the preparation and maintenance of department budget
Duties Oversees maintenance requirements and supports company facilities. Determines preventative and reactive maintenance; schedules, prioritizes and assigns work activities based on production priorities, short and long-term needs, and team member skill level. Requests materials and supplies in support of these work activities as per Delegation of Authority guidelines
Prepares, maintains and/or reviews logs, datasheets and maintenance management system reports to ensure adequate production levels, identify production equipment/system/process abnormalities and monitors equipment and associated problems. Uses this information and other key data to drive continuous improvement
Installs, troubleshoots, repairs and maintains a wide variety of facility plumbing, structures, mechanical, bottling and electrical systems. Works closely with other supervisors, team members and stakeholders to ensure maximum utilization of resources, productivity and effective interaction. Spends approximately 70% of time on the floor making rounds, assisting, monitoring and coaching.
Oversees cross-training of maintenance staff to cellar operations and cellar staff to maintenance operations in order to build cross-functional expertise.
Coordinates additional maintenance support services from the maintenance departments at the Manteca and DMW facilities.
Provides hands-on support, assigns daily tasks, monitors output, and communicates changes to the cross-functional team.
Enforces Safety, ISO, GMP, DOE, LEAN and other applicable business critical standards, potential issues or other related items are communicated and dealt with in compliance with company standards
Summarizes daily reports into monthly data
Reviews data for machinery defects, product response plans and product dispositions; recommends and implements improvements
Other duties may be assigned
Requirements AA/AS degree in mechanical, electrical, or industrial maintenance and basic refrigeration and electrical a plus
At least 5-7 years mechanical experience in Industrial Maintenance and 2-3 years supervisory experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Possesses ability to analyze test results, machine error messages, blueprints, repair manuals, parts catalogs, and information obtained from operators to understand, diagnose and correct equipment problems.
Ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events), possesses the ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong.
Knowledge of analytical, scientific, spreadsheet, word processing, facilities maintenance, and e-mail software.
Knowledge of circuit boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications, programming, and PLC ladder logic.
Basic understanding of preventive maintenance programs (CMMS)
Working Conditions Constant exposure to the elements and temperature variation working both indoors and outdoors and at heights up to 45 feet. Some work areas require ear and eye protection. Exposure to standard maintenance material including batteries, lubricating fluids, paints, solvents, etc. This position is on a rotating shift schedule.
Marked Temperature & Humidity Exposure
Drives Automotive Equipment
Exposed to Dust, Fumes and Gases
Close Quarters or Confined Spaces
Wollborg Michelson is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Wollborg Michelson Recruiting
Paicines, CA, USA