First line supervisor who provides instruction, guidance and leadership to employees by assisting in solving day to day problems, while implementing the policies and procedures of the company.
The Maintenance and Facility Supervisor is responsible for the overseeing and directing of Maintenance workers and coordinating of activities related to maintenance operations ensuring that all timing schedules and regulations of the trades are adhered to. The Maintenance and Facility Supervisor supports the Maintenance and Facilities Manager by acting as liaisons in matters regarding policy application, employee relations and continuous improvement.
Under the general direction of the Maintenance and Facilities Manager, the Maintenance and Facility Supervisor confers regularly with other department's supervisors on matters related to maintenance operations. The incumbent requires excellent organization and communication skills, both written and verbal.
— C of Q - Industrial Electrician or Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) - Dual ticket is a plus or Mechanical or Electrical Engineering degree
— Minimum 8 years maintenance work experience in an automotive manufacturing environment with weld assembly processes
— Good knowledge and experience in automation process with excellent understanding about PLC family (Allen Bradley)(compact Logix, Control Logix Processors), Robotics (Fanuc), Weld Controls (Bosch) and communication protocols (devicenet and Ethernet)
— Good knowledge and understanding about safety devices, and safety circuits
— Good knowledge, understanding and experience with pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Ability to read and write schematics
— Good knowledge and understanding about building utilities HVAC units, Air compressors, Water Tower, etc.
— Excellent presentation, motivation and team building skills
— Excellent organizational, leadership, interpersonal and problem solving skills
— Human resource skills and maturity in judgment required
— Able to be flexible in hours of work in order to meet internal/external customer requirements (scheduled and non-scheduled overtime shifts, etc.)
— Ensure departmental compliance to all Health and Safety Procedures/standards
— Coordinate shift resources to maximize Client and equipment utilization
— Budget tracking and cost reduction
— KPI reporting
— Performance feedback
— Maintain team member records and deliver discipline as necessary
— Standard Operating Procedures
— Forklift License
— Lockout / Tagout
— Standard First Aid/CPR
— Microsoft Office Software
— Succession planning
Duties & Responsibilities:
— Act on behalf of Maintenance and Facility Manager in his absence
— Establish and maintain effective communications with all the other departments
— Conduct all business activity in a professional manner consistent with the positive leadership practices of building trust, empowerment, and personal responsibility
— Utilize interactive management principles when implementing progressive discipline procedures in dealing with unsatisfactory employees
— Encourage professional development to enhance team performance. Cross train team members to maximize flexibility and coverage to accommodate vacations and absences
— Organize and deal with outside contractors and follow up to ensure that job is complete and according to agreed plan
— Provides instruction, guidance and leadership to employees by assisting in solving day to day problems
— Ensure that scheduled Preventive and Predictive maintenance on equipment is carried out diligently
— Ensure that your team is updating "Issues List” in production equipment
— Ensure that you are aware of the critical spare parts for every equipment as well as the parts supplier
— Ensure that suppliers or vendors and contractors list with necessary information is available
— Ensure that pre-shift meetings and departmental meetings are performed as required
— Ensure that the building's utilities are properly maintained. Sub-station and electrical panels, HVAC units, air compressors, external and internal lightings, exit and emergency lights, water tower, washrooms, doors and dock levelers, etc. should be part of Preventive Maintenance System
— Provide appropriate safety training to personnel that operate or maintain equipment
— Promote and practice our "Safety First policy by addressing any hazards, defective equipment or unsafe situation
— Contain, report and have safety hazards fixed by the qualified people immediately
— Provide guidance on how your team performs assigned tasks in a safe manner
— Provide guidance on how to troubleshoot problems on equipment effectively
— Ensure that lockout/Tag out policy is enforced in all sources of energy
— Instruct and monitor your team to ensure they are following the safety rules, standard and procedure at all times
— Ensure that every team member uses Personal Protective Equipment in every area it is required
— Ensure that work areas are keep clean, promote and practice good housekeeping along with all fellow team members
— Ensure Quality Workmanship through continuous improvement and training
— Help to exceed Customer Quality Expectations with a focus on zero defects
— Ensure the Standard Operating Procedures are followed
— Participate in making and communicating improvements to existing procedures
— Ensure quality checks are performed with the correct equipment at the required frequency
— Communicate Problem Reports to other team members
— Report Quality issues or concerns immediately assist in containment and corrective actions
— Promote fair and honest effort through teamwork
— Guide and encourage your team in improving uptime/productivity/throughput
— Provide the team with the right tools and knowledge to effectively build a quality product
— Promote, participate in and support Continuous Improvements
— Motivate and encourage positive, two-way friendly attitudes at all times
— Treat all team members equally, fairly, with dignity and respect
— Promote open, honest communication amongst one another
— Set a positive example for the Team at all times
— Answer Team Member questions as soon as possible
— Maintain Team Member confidentiality
— Provide each Team Member with performance feedback on a regular basis
— Encourage Team Members to discuss their questions, concerns and suggestions in a positive manner
— Have authority to stop production for quality reasons
— Have the right to refuse work based on safety or health concerns
Equipment and/or Product:
— Computers, printers, telephone, photocopier, and fax machine
— First Aid supplies
— Departmental manufacturing equipment
— Various industrial machines and equipment, various hand tools
— Drug and Background Check Required.
To apply, visit our website at http://www.pgkengineering.com:
— Select "Career Opportunities"
— Select “Job - Click Here"
— Refer to Job Code 14-00059
All candidates must be legally eligible to work in the U.S., and able to pass background investigation through reference checking and drug test. Please submit resume as a Word attachment and include salary history and geographic flexibility with your submission.
This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow all job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by an individual authorized to give instructions or assignments.
A review of this position has excluded the marginal functions of the position that are incidental to the performance of fundamental job duties. All duties and responsibilities are essential to job functions and requirements and are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbent(s) will possess the skills, aptitudes, and abilities to perform each duty proficiently. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose direct threat or significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills, or abilities.
This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” relationship.
PGK Engineering - 10 months ago
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