Florida, Lakeland-Winter Haven
Requires a Bachelors Degree in Engineering or other technical discipline. Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical Engineering is preferred.
Five or more years of experience in industrial maintenance/engineering required with two or more years of supervisory experience preferred.
Prior experience in a beverage, food, or other manufacturing environment with regulatory compliance requirements for Quality, GMP s and/or Food Safety. Continuous improvement, process improvement, or TPM experience is required. Requires administrative experience including budgeting, cost control, project management, and capital planning. Moderate computer skills including MS Office applications, maintenance planning and business management software. Must understand operation and repair of industrial equipment including pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical systems, PLC control and communication systems. Knowledge of preventative maintenance programs and techniques. Understanding of production processes, technical troubleshooting and root-cause analysis skills.
Must have good communication skills; both oral and written. Ability to effectively communicate and present information in one-on-one and group settings. Time management, delegation and organization skills with strong problem solving ability. Commitment to Safety. Leadership competencies: Teamwork, cooperation, initiative, self-directed, integrity, employee development, respect for others, organization, attention to detail, and a willingness to get the job done right the first time.
Essential Job Functions:
Active member of the CBU Leadership Team. Supervise daily work activities of the SS Maintenance Team. Plan, organize and execute weekly PM plan to meet operational needs. Develop and implement a TPM system for the CBU. Manage CMMS food safety critical items. Define processes and lead improvement efforts to achieve KPI targets. Review effectiveness of daily/weekly maintenance activities to identify opportunities for improvement. Ensure development and implementation of corrective actions to address root cause of failures. Understand and adhere to both internal and external regulations, policies, and procedures. Ensure compliance with FNG Safety/OSHA Regulations.
Effectively communicate safety, quality, and technical training issues to team members. Organize technical training to develop front line employees to meet current and future business needs. Develop and manage budget for maintenance labor, parts and equipment for Center 6516. Oversee daily staffing needs to meet business needs and control cost. Learn other work centers in the BU to provide supervisory assistance as needed.
Additional Duties of Position:
Hire, develop and evaluate performance of employees. Provide strong leadership with a positive attitude that promotes team work. Champion change initiatives by actively promoting and participating in team meetings, safety and process improvement suggestion programs. Establish priorities and goals for teams and provide feedback on a regular basis.
Perform any other duties assigned by Unit Manager.