Industrial Maintenance Supervisor
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401K / Retirement plan, Vision Insurance, Dental Insurance, Health Insurance
The purpose of the Maintenance Supervisor is to oversee the daily operation of the Maintenance Department. The Maintenance Supervisor will be required to have experience with ammonia refrigeration systems, and strong electrical skills. The Maintenance Supervisor ensures that employees of the Maintenance Department are following all procedures and programs accurately and consistently.
• High School Degree or G.E.D.
• Technical Training
• Safety Training
• Lockout / Tagout Training
• Responsible, organized and self-motivated
• Ability to make sound and accurate, yet, quick decisions
• Flexible, adaptable and open to change
• Supervises the daily operation and function of the Maintenance Department
• Ensures that accurate records are maintained in the Maintenance Department
• Verifies that each member of the Maintenance Department follows all written maintenance procedures and programs accurately and consistently
• Monitors all maintenance personnel for GMP, HACCP, Safety and Sanitation requirements
• Takes responsibility for Maintenance Department and performs the duties of the Maintenance Manager in the event of his or her absence
• Provides assistance to the Maintenance Manager on special occasions
• Process & follow-up work orders and assign maintenance mechanics for repair
• Responsible for the training of all new Maintenance employees
• Verifies the training of all current Maintenance employees on an annual basis
• Performs daily maintenance walk-through of the entire facility and reports finding to the Maintenance Manager
• Responsible to ‘fill-in’ and perform maintenance mechanic job functions during staff shortages in the Maintenance Department.
• Performs any other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Manager
• Strong Electrical Skills
• Good people skills
• Good verbal and written communication skills
• 2nd Shift
• Ability to work early hours, overtime, weekends and split shifts