Plant Maintenance Manager(11441)
Owens Corning - Compton, CA

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Location: Compton, CA - US

Maintenance Manager – Reliability Centered Maintenance


The Maintenance Manager has responsibility to ensure efficient productivity, quality of workmanship, engagement and safety of the maintenance operations personnel. The Maintenance Manager also sets departmental goals and provides direction, guidance, development for 1 salaried employee and up to 15 primary employees.

The position reports to: Site Leader


Live the Safety stand, adhere to the safety responsibilities.

Implement a personal safety action plan (PSAP) and review with leader Ensure a safe, clean and environmentally compliant work environment and promote a culture that lives our safety is the first priority stance Ensure self and staff accomplish all safety engagement activities each month Ensure staff understands, knows where to find documented and follows all safe work procedures (LTT, guarding, electrical, confined space, working from heights, etc.)

Maintain Rigor around RWP/Predictive Maintenance Program(s)

Maintain an appropriate work order closure rate as set and reviewed at least annually with immediate Leader. Track and communicate work order notifications with all relevant staff members Ensure staff is trained, maintains current on any required certifications and that all parties understand and are capable of performing the full scope of their job expectations. Holds department accountable for delivering to targeted goals, and stretches each to their full potential regularly.
Balance Office and Floor Presence to Accomplish Varied Tasks

Maintains budget (labor, contractor, repair & replacement) and inventory of spare parts in a fiscally responsible fashion Provides trend analysis data to staff with regard to relevant work processes and products Understands day-to-day production challenges, repeating/nagging issues ensuring proper prioritization of work-partners collaboratively with Operations Management.
Technical & Leadership Competence

Demonstrates an understanding of manufacturing processes, equipment, and facilities Manages all capital projects/installations professionally and delivers committed results timely and cost effectively Provides evidenced mentoring to skilled craftsmen and staff personnel and demonstrates work behaviors consistent with expectations. Ensures performance management and timekeeping processes are managed appropriately.
Knowing our Customers

Understanding and communicating customer expectations throughout the Maintenance Department where appropriate. Ensuring the reliability of plant machinery and equipment in order to meet production schedules and customer orders.
Executing Strategy and Directing Operations

Determining organizational objectives and priorities in support of the Plant’s strategy and vision, and for developing teams to deliver results in support of these objectives and priorities The successful operation of activities of major significance to the organization; the Maintenance Leader will rarely become involved in daily operational activities Making operational decisions or recommendations that could affect the financial, employee, or public relations posture of the organization Improving plant efficiency measures through execution of the Reliability Work Process Living the values and vision of the Company; establish an engaged workforce characterized by mutual trust, open communications, teamwork, and recognition Assigning and coordinating the work in the maintenance department to include supervising first line leaders and analyzing productivity reports Preparing budgets relative to capital expenditures, staffing, repairs, etc. Facilitating process improvements through people deployment, productivity enhancements, high performance work teams and being a model for change Developing and leading strategic business plans; accountable for delivering plant performance metrics Driving alignment between plant departments
Leading and Developing Talent

Creating and sustaining a culture where talent is developed through effective performance management and talent evaluation Effectively staffing the organization, providing competent people and the appropriate mix of internal and external talent to satisfy both near-term and long-term succession needs Investing in the growth and development of individuals identified as high potential talent Establishing clear and measurable expectations of performance and review commitments to ensure goals are achieved; completing performance appraisals and coaching employees to develop and execute growth and development plans Monitoring and enforcing plant policies in a consistent manner to ensure a positive labor environment Maintaining documentation, tracking, counseling and executing coaching and corrective action when performance issues occur Actively leading and building effective work teams and committees to increase plant performance and drive continuous improvement initiatives
Job Requirements

Associates degree or higher required; Bachelor’s preferred from an accredited university (Business or Engineering)Certification – Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional highly preferred Industrial Mechanical and Electrical background, with a minimum of 3 years leadership responsibilities Experience, knowledge or formal training in Six Sigma (Green/Black Belt) Previous experience/proficiency with navigating maintenance management systems (MMS) {i.e. Maximo, SAP}

Ability to proficiently utilize Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)Provide technically adept guidance that displays an understanding of industrial mechanics, electrical, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, PLC’s, AC/DC theory, motors, etc. to craftsmen.
About Owens Corning

Owens Corning (NYSE: OC) is a leading global producer of residential and commercial building materials, glass-fiber reinforcements and engineered materials for composite systems. A Fortune® 500 Company for 58 consecutive years, Owens Corning is committed to driving sustainability by delivering solutions, transforming markets and enhancing lives. Founded in 1938, Owens Corning is a market-leading innovator of glass-fiber technology with sales of $5.3 billion in 2011 and about 15,000 employees in 28 countries on five continents. Additional information is available at .

Must be eligible to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis.
Owens Corning is an equal opportunity employer.

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