Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for planning programs and coordinating maintenance activities like : housekeeping program, work orders, labor, equipment corrective and preventive maintenance program, spare parts inventory and purchases.
Will work also on various plant projects involving the startup of new operations, updating equipment records, coordination of downtime of manufacturing tools with key stakeholders, and safety improvements.
Updates and monitors standard maintenance procedures.
Plans, schedules, and coordinates corrective and preventive maintenance activities. Facilities Technicians Management, studies and manages work requests;
analyzing job requirements; and determining materials, equipment, and labor needs (such as blueprints, tools, parts, and craft workers’ skill requirements) in order to complete maintenance economically and efficiently.
He or she has the responsibility of removing nonproductive time from the maintenance work force; ensuring maintenance work is ready to be performed.
Establishes and monitors programs for critical equipment analysis and condition monitoring techniques, including energy conservation programs.
Reviews maintenance programs on his or her area and determines whether the work should be performed by operators, facilities technicians or outside contractors.
Develops a weekly schedule and assists the maintenance first-line maintenance foreman or Lead in determining job priorities.
Will make changes and adjustments to the schedule and work package after reviewing with the first-line maintenance foreman or Lead.
The Maintenance Supervisor examines the request, plans the job, and reviews the job with the foreman or craft workers. Once the job is planned and approved, it is placed on the schedule.
The Maintenance Supervisor reviews the weekly schedule with the first-line maintenance foreman or Lead before the start of the work week.
The first-line maintenance foreman or lead’s recommendations that require changes are incorporated into the schedule, and the schedule is then published by the Maintenance Supervisor.
Ensures that the CMS software data files are complete and current. Maintenance Supervisor does this task by gathering equipment and associated stores information for the plant or facility.
Develops standardized codes for the equipment, and task craft assignments for all maintenance activities. Maintenance Supervisor may assist with purchasing functions.
For example, he or she may be involved in controlling the inventory by ordering, issuing, returning, adjusting, and receiving stores items.
Overall knowledge of FDA, OSHA, GMP, EPA, etc. Maximo, spares, cost
Maintain Equipment through effective maintenance program and problem solving.
Carrying out routine scheduled maintenance work and responding to equipment faults.
Working with specialist equipment, such as programmable logic controllers (PLC), which control machinery on factory assembly lines.
Writing maintenance strategies to help with installation and commissioning guidelines.
Ensuring there is continuous cover of the machinery and equipment in case of breakdowns.
Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components.
Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment.
Monitoring and controlling maintenance costs.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Maintenance Engineering, or related field preferred.
3+ years’ experience in manufacturing with maintenance and / or facility experience.
Advance proficiency in English is highly preferred.
Previous experience in a medical device manufacturing environment with knowledge of FDA regulations is desirable.
Experience with OSHA, HAZ-COM, GMPS, and state / local government regulatory agencies is a plus.
Advanced knowledge in one or more specific areas of expertise mentioned above, particularly in relation to Maintenance and / or facilities is preferred.
Good verbal and written communication skills are critical.
Technical reporting, analysis of facts and technical data.
Preferred skills : Customer focus, timely decision making, decision quality, function / technical skills, listening, managing and measuring work, organizing, planning, presentation skills, priority setting, problem solving, managing through systems, technical learning.
Good technical English reading skills.