This position supervises electrical and instrumentation maintenance work group of typically union-represented crafts. Responsible for safe and effective execution of maintenance work in environmentally compliant manner in accordance with Maintenance Work Process guidelines.
Supervises electrical and instrumentation craft work group to ensure work efficiently executed without incident. Plans, prioritizes and delegates work assignments. Monitors and appraises progress to ensure productivity, work quality and schedule adherence. Promotes proactive reliability centered maintenance (RCM) focus. Assists with troubleshooting. Ensures work orders are satisfactorily completed and properly closed out. Communicates daily activities related to manpower, accomplishments and problem areas to management.
Coordinates with planning & scheduling to ensure appropriateness of job packages. Ensures materials used comply with current engineering standards. Resolves problems/barriers to completing planned job per established schedule. Controls maintenance costs. Challenges need for discretionary work.
Ensures assigned crafts personnel are adequately trained for their job assignment. Identifies training needs and contributes to development of training programs for craft skill pool. Maintains certification to meet regulatory requirements.
Maintains visible and active field presence to promote safe working environment and ensure adherence to safe work practices. Participates in audits and near-miss/incident investigation. Follows-up on safety issues until closure. Active member of safety committees.
Works collaboratively with other supervisors, planning & scheduling and reliability teams to develop repair strategies to maintain reliability of refinery plant electrical and instrumentation equipment in support of continuous operations. Participates in development and implementation of sound E&I maintenance practices.
Ensures maintenance activities are conducted in environmentally compliant manner.
Maintains current maintenance records for assigned area.
Education and Experience:
Minimum high school diploma or GED required.
Minimum 5 years electrical and instrumentation maintenance experience as craftsman in refining or petrochemical industry.
Previous supervisory experience preferred with workers covered under a collective bargaining agreement.
United States-California-Los Angeles
Tesoro Corporation - 23 months ago