Maintenance Supervisor

Job Title: Maintenance Supervisor
Division/Location: Clinton, MA
Department: Maintenance
Position Reports To: Plant Engineering Manager
Customary Work Hours: 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Customary Work Days: Monday through Friday etc.
II. Duties and Responsibilities
o Ensures right first time repairs at the Clinton manufacturing site
o Drives equipment and facilities improvements and overall cost savings and waste reduction focus
o Responsible for achieving, tracking, and reporting on department performance goals and metrics
o Directly involved in the implementation and on-going development of the CMMS program
o Reviews and adjusts current PMs, identifies new needs, removes PMs no longer valid
o Purchases parts, equipment, etc. and hires outside contractors (i.e. plumbers, electricians and other skilled trades) as needed
o Incorporates and maintains safety observances, including but not limited to, use of all PPE by employees, ensuring guards and safety features are working, and promoting good safety practices and habits
o Communicates goals and objectives, applies company policy, staffs, trains, coaches, administers discipline, ensures positive employee relations and reviews the performance of employees
o Perform all other duties as assigned
III. Qualifications:
Minimum 2-3 years of maintenance supervisory experience; preferably in a food plant environment. A self-starter with demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and achieve the desired financial, quality, and customer service goals. Experienced with CMMS systems. Experienced with PLCs and VFDs. Controls background desirable.
Associates Degree or Certifications desired. Bachelor degree, ME or EE a plus.
Physical Demands/Qualifications (see attached form)
o Frequent walking, standing, sitting and keyboarding
o May require occasional bending twisting, climbing, reaching, crouching kneeling, pushing and pulling
o Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs
o Will be working around equipment and machinery therefore could have exposure to dust, fumes and noise which requires the use of eye and hearing protection.
o Occasional exposure to extreme temperatures.

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