Maintenance Supervisor (13230)

Company Name:
SITE Personnel/MAP Engineering
Supervisor Skilled Trades
Shift - 1st Shift - 6:30am to 4:30pm
This front line leadership position to the skilled trades workforce supports manufacturing and assembly. Major responsibilities include day-to-day coordination and scheduling of skilled trades activities including labor allocation. The position is responsible for leading work groups to achieve area safety, quality, on-time delivery, cost and continuous improvement metrics. This position must demonstrate the knowledge, skill and ability required to engage a technical workforce. The leader must use strong interpersonal skills to achieve objectives through mutual participation. This leader must strive to foster a culture and workforce that is motivated for continuous improvement by enhancing the overall function of the work group.
-Lead maintenance to world class predictive performance levels for Mean Time to Repair, Mean Time Between Failure, & Operational Equipment Effectiveness.
-Demonstrated knowledge and experience utilizing technical problem-solving concepts and techniques.
-Ability to provide clear and concise feedback to others.
-Strong interpersonal skills including conflict resolution, coaching, mentoring, training and facilitation.
-Foster positive stakeholder relationships.

Associates degree in Engineering, Operations Management or Manufacturing Technology required, plus a minimum of 7 years direct supervision of skilled trades employees or similar mechanical or technical workforce strongly desired.

Prior experience in a Unionized manufacturing setting strongly preferred. Experience to include all facets of skilled trades activities which may include Performance Measurement, Cost Containment, HVAC, PLC, PC robotic interface, Predictive and Preventative Maintenance, Computerized Maintenance Management, Environmentally Safe Practices, Electrical, and Electronic Systems.

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