Maintenance Manager

Company Name:
Nelson Global Products
Under the direction of the Manufacturing Engineering the Maintenance Manager will be responsible for:
Coaching, supervising and training skilled craftspeople, apprentices and laborers in the repair and maintenance activities of the plant.
Single point of contact accountable for maintenance activities in the plant.
Perform front line trouble shooting activities on equipment.
Directing the safety awareness program for their workforce and manage safe work performance, maintaining housekeeping and assisting the Production team in area safety analysis
Coordinating PM and other outage activities on equipment
Planning the daily activities of the maintenance crews, providing the tools, materials and technical direction for the normal maintenance, preventative maintenance and the capital work
Perform root cause analysis and "5-why" techniques with the goal to eliminate maintenance downtime
Working with Engineering on the repetitive maintenance problems to continuously improve the reliability of the equipment and facilities
Coordinate and manage the development of maintenance work procedures and standard practices to maximize quality work and eliminate waste
Drive continuous improvement activities to eliminate all waste, especially as related to maintenance downtime, safety, work practices and employee involvement
Assist other Supervisors as needed
Effectively manage applicable labor issues within department
Perform administrative requirements to effectively manage work force
Other duties as assigned

Basic Qualifications:
Previous maintenance supervisory experience (minimum 3 years) in a metal fabrication or comparable plant environment is required.
Prior hands-on maintenance experience in a similar manufacturing environment
Preferred Qualifications:
Technical college degree in a relevant field preferred.
A state indentured journeyman's license in an industrial maintenance trade (e.g., electrician, millwright, pipefitter, etc.) is a plus.

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