The Maintenance Manager provides leadership and directs strategy for the maintenance effort in support with plant's strategic and production plans for a Tier 4 plant (30M+ caseloads/yr). He/she is the TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) Pillar Leader and is responsible for improving asset utilization, uptime and production throughout by implementing proven Professional Maintenance and reliability improvement processes. He/she ensures responsive and proactive maintenance support to all plant customers by implementing sound work management processes. He/she is responsible for department budgeting, professional and technical development of his/her assigned salaried and hourly associates. Additionally, he/she is responsible to seek methods to reduce utilities consumption and protect the environment.Responsibilities and Duties:
In the performance of his/her duties, the Maintenance Manager:
- Develops and executes 1yr and 3 yr business plans supporting national/regional/local (TPM) Total Productive Manufacturing objectives including the development & implementation of strategies, processes & programs.
- Manages and develops maintenance team leads/supervisor and maintenance technicians; Provides maintenance guidance and oversight for all plant associates; motivates, coaches and develops a diverse, high performing and engaged team to meet established goals and build organizational capability.
- Supports plant facilities and equipment maintenance to produce quality products in an efficient and profitable manner; Supports the operation in ways to help reduce overall costs.
- Oversees and assists in the establishment, analysis, and submission of yearly departmental budgets.
- Creates and adheres to a work order planning and scheduling process; Ensure service calls and machinery repairs are completed in a timely manner.
- Continually reduces equipment downtime and increase availability through the establishment of a preventive/predictive maintenance program (including failure analysis) designed, directed, monitored and continually improved.
- Manage plant level capital projects in conjunction with Project Managers.
- Champions and drives relentless reduction of breakdown losses through Breakdown Analysis and other appropriate Focused Improvement Tools.
- Establishes and maintains a SOX-compliant stockroom operation that provides repair parts for critical process equipment as well as necessary consumables for the plant.
- Maintains good working relationships with other organizational units in the plant; ensures compliance to company and regulatory policies.
- Participates in, and supports, the Department safety training program. (I.E.: weekly safety meetings, shop safety inspections, enforcement of lock-out/tag-out program, enforcement of the confined space program, etc.).
- Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree highly desired; 7+ years of maintenance and 7 yrs. manufacturing experience
- 10 yrs. of increasing levels of supervisory roles of people & processes required
- Demonstrated ability to support a long term maintenance plan showing year over year improvement in Reliability, Maintenance KPIs and maintenance Cost.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate cross-functionally and coordinate efforts around process improvement.
- Working knowledge of national, state, and local regulatory requirements in the areas of food safety, safety, environment and emergency management.
- Working knowledge of basic elements of Good Manufacturing Practices and manufacturing management.
- Working knowledge of key business drivers used to gauge the effectiveness and performance of an internal group or supplier
- TPM Certifications, ISO, Lean, Six Sigma, and/or continuous improvement strategy highly desired
- Strong experience in project management preferred; experience in Equipment Preventive Maintenance Management
- Strong experience and working knowledge of plant maintenance software, SAP preferred
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