Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor
To provide minimum downtime for all mill equipment by preventive maintenance programs, troubleshooting and repairing any maintenance (mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, etc.) problems.
NATURE AND SCOPE:
The Maintenance Supervisor reports to the Melt Shop Superintendent. Reporting to the incumbent are approximately 25 Millwright & Hydraulic (M&H) employees. The incumbent daily assigns projects and repairs and follows up with technical and/or physical assistance. Qualifications for this position include a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering or related field with three years of supervisory experience and three years of maintenance experience in an industrial setting or seven years of experience in supervisory and maintenance in an industrial setting in lieu of a degree.
Works closely with supervisors and superintendents within the company explaining and resolving maintenance problems.
The incumbent is responsible for maintaining the mill in a functional, productive and safe operating condition. He has a set preventive maintenance program as related to cranes, machinery motors and other related equipment where routine adjustments are made and is available and adaptable to special problems which arise.
The incumbent must also keep several reports including maintenance downtime log, work request log, and fab shop log, and records any changes that are made to the master plans.
The incumbent has several employee relations functions to perform such as merit reviews and recommends the hiring, disciplining and terminating of employees. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining records of attendance. The incumbent is responsible for training and orientation and must be able to communicate technical expertise in order to delegate responsibility to subordinates.
The major challenges facing the incumbent include assuring the efficient and safe operation of machinery. The incumbent must be able to adapt to changes and make technical decisions in order to prevent or reduce downtime. Problems requiring capital outlays or extended downtime have to be approved by superior.
Provide full support for the implementation and management of the Safety In Action system. Participate in all accident and incident investigations in area of responsibility.
Conduct routine safety activities including inspection tours, employee contacts, lock out audits, and contractor safety. Ensure that safety rules and requirements are being followed in all work areas. Ensure that work rules are posted in all work areas. Maintain compliance with visual management standards
Duties & Responsibilities
- Responsible for safety of employees.
- Responsible for operational safety of equipment.
- Responsible for minimizing downtime.
- Cooperate with other departments.
- Responsible for discipline of employees.
- Responsible for carrying out company policy and procedures.
- Responsible for procuring non inventory parts and equipment.
- Responsible for ensuring that contractors comply with Gerdau.
The incumbent must perform the above mentioned duties and responsibilities in accordance with all Federal, State, and Local environmental regulations. Employees must also report any situation which may have a detrimental impact to human health or the environment to their immediate supervisor.
- HSD or GED Required Bachelor degree preferred with three to five years of supervisory experience and maintenance experience in an industrial setting.
- People management skills, and ability to train and guide employees
- Basic knowledge of business systems and engineering processes
- Must have moderate knowledge or experience with industrial hydraulics, reading and understanding mechanical piping, and structural drawings.
- Experience with mechanical systems, water systems, and rotating equipment.
- Understanding of industrial automation, PLC's and HMI's.
- Computer savvy with systems such as Microsoft Office, AutoCad, and SAP.
Salary & Benefits
- Medical and Prescription
- Health & Dependent Care (Flexible Spending Account)
- Basic Life/Accidental Life Insurance
- Health Advocate Services
- Employee Assistance Program
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
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