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Maintenance Manager in Warsaw, IN at PointOne Recruiting Solutions

Date Posted: 9/3/2018

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Category: Manufacturing & EngineeringJob Location: Warsaw, IN

The Maintenance Manager position is a highly visible and responsible role.  This position is of great significance within the company and is responsible for the entire upkeep and maintenance of a facility. This position is also responsible for executing their administrative and organizational skills; for ensuring that all maintenance activities are seamlessly completed; and, is accountable to uphold the quality and standards of the organization.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Guide and direct salaried and hourly maintenance personnel.

Coordinate maintenance activities to ensure attainment of production goals.

Works within approved budget; develops and implements cost saving measures; contributes to profits and revenue; conserves organizational resources.

Lead troubleshooting and repair efforts.

Manage and improve the PM program.

Develop Predictive Maintenance program

Plan and manage capital installation and upgrade programs.

Coordinate time line for repair parts needs with Materials Department.

Troubleshoot complex issues.

Oversee development and training of Junior Maintenance Technicians.

Support Safety and Environmental programs, Have a firm grasp on all OSHA requirements

Lead and support continuous improvement activities.

Serve as a fully participating member of the Plant Leadership Team.

And, any additional duties that may be assigned by Management.

JOB REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE:

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

B.S. degree preferred
At least 5 years maintenance leadership experience
Experience within any of the following areas: foundry, finishing, casting, machining equipment and associated infrastructure.
Working knowledge of PLC and computer control systems, CNC machining systems, hydraulic systems, motor controls, and industrial power systems
Ability to read prints and schematics.
Ability to troubleshoot equipment and problems.
Ability to deal comfortably with all levels within the organization.
Ability to provide leadership in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.

Experience with lean principles is desirable.