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Business Purpose:
The purpose of the role is to safely and effectively lead, direct and motivate all personnel within Maintenance, and to follow established corporate policies, procedures, and guidelines; and deliver consistent results to all Operations.

Role Qualifications: (Required & Preferred)

Education:
High School or GED (R), Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Mechanical, Electrical, or Manufacturing Engineering (R)
 
Experience:
5 plus years in Heavy Manufacturing or Maintenance (P). 3-5 years Management/Supervisory experience (P).

Areas of Knowledge:
Safety, Health & Environment (R), Supervision (P), Business Analysis (P), Manufacturing (P), Maintenance (R), Management (P), OSHA Training (P),  Levinson Training (P), Primary Metal working Equipment (P), Labor Relations (P), Lean Principles (P).

Skills:
Written and oral communications (R), Organization (R), Computer literate (R), Scheduling (R), Interpersonal Relationships (R), Preventive/Predictive Maintenance (R).  

Global Accountabilities for the Role:
1. Safety/Environmental: Effectively communicate corporate safety and environmental policies to direct reports. Take appropriate actions to ensure all assigned maintenance procedures and practices are maintained in a safe, environmentally compliant manner that is consistent with company policy. Establish requirements with direct reports to ensure understanding and compliance with established policies.

2. Quality: Effectively communicate corporate policy and goals to direct reports. Take appropriate action to ensure all assigned maintenance procedures and practices support these policies and goals. Establish requirements with direct reports to ensure understanding and compliance with established policies.

3. Productivity: Effectively communicate weekly and monthly productivity goals to direct reports and take appropriate action required to achieve or exceed the established goals. 

4. Cost/Stewardship: Effectively communicate the corporate policy on cost to direct reports. Take appropriate action to remain within departmental budgets. Establish requirements with direct reports to perform duties in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible.

Specific Accountabilities for the Role:
1. Safety, Health and Environment: Effectively communicate and ensure compliance with: company policies and procedures, training requirements, accident reporting procedures, Job Safety Analysis (JSA) directives, LOTO procedures, Confined space entry procedures, proper use of PPE and Environmental policies.  

2. Labor Relations: Effectively communicate and ensure compliance with plant rules of conduct, handle disciplinary situations, provide overtime guidelines and direct employee accountability and development.

3. Business Analysis: Effectively communicate and ensure compliance with corporate policies for the allocation of resources, the scheduling of employees and equipment and maximizing production. Establish and follow cost-control procedures to remain within directed budget.

4. Manufacturing: Effectively communicate and ensure compliance with the concepts or recognizing and serving internal and external customers. Understand the flow of material through your areas of responsibility. Monitor and effectively manage equipment that limits/restricts the flow of product through production.  Offer support to manufacturing operations as needed.

5. Management: Plan and schedule personnel and equipment to maximize productivity. Foster cross-functional interactions between personnel and departments that will enhance operations. Understand and accept the responsibility of 24-hour accountability.  Temporary direct supervision of Tooling personnel during times of absence of Tooling Engineer. Indirect supervision of tooling personnel on shift.

6. Levinson Training: Understand, adhere to, and effectively communicate the policies and principals of  Levinson management.  

7. Skills Assessment: Continuously assess the skill levels of tradesmen and improve through training.  

8. PM’s: Promote existing and implement new PM’s to eliminate repeat downtime occurrences.

Working Relationships:  (Roles/Titles)
1. Manager-once-Removed: Director of Operations

2. Manager: Maintenance Manager

3. Direct Reports: Maintenance Technicians

4. Colleagues: Production Supervisors

5.Key Cross-functional Relationships: Departmental Supervisors, Maintenance, Payroll, and Human Resources.

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