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Maintenance Manager - 1st Shift
Job Opportunity at
J.D. Cotter Search, Inc.
Posted on Oct 22
+1 (614) 895-2065
Here's an excellent growth opportunity with a prominent company! Apply for immediate consideration! Relocation assistance available!
JOB TITLE: Maintenance Manager -- $65-85,000 plus excellent benefits --location is Trinidad, Washington
NATURE AND SCOPE:
Direct and manage all phases of production maintenance, including: budgeting, equipment maintenance, fabrication & machine work, installation of new equipment, inventory control, employee scheduling, job assignments, building maintenance, employee training, and plant safety training.
QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS for the Maintenance Manager:
College degree preferred (or equivalent experience).
Prefer 3+ years of increasing experience in maintenance.
Must be able to handle all aspects of the job in a confidential manner.
Good mechanical aptitude.
Ability to lead and supervise maintenance workers and crews.
Ability to read and interpret drawings, sketches, and blue prints.
Thorough knowledge of complex maintenance equipment.
Ability to operate, maintain, and repair food processing equipment.
High level of clear and effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
All new employee hiring is contingent upon passing a drug screen.
HOURS: Full-time. Monday through Friday (8:00 am – 5:00 pm). Overtime as needed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES of the Maintenance Manager:
Make certain that preventative maintenance is performed on all plant equipment appropriately and in a timely fashion, and that all maintenance is performed in a manner that is safe and complies with food safety guidelines. Train employees in this area.
Develop long-range goals to meet plant and corporate objectives.
Make certain that all fabrication, construction, installation, and machine work is done properly and in a manner that is safe and meets budget.
Assist the plant manager in developing an annual operating budget and manage departmental activities to meet the approved budget.
Diagnose equipment problems and recommend and/or undertake corrective action.
Requisition parts, materials, and supplies as required.
Maintain accurate records as required and manage all permit applications and regulatory reporting in a timely manner.
Maintain safe and sanitary work area.
Train all employees under your supervision in all phases of company’s Foods’ safety program and company policies.
Assign and direct work; appraise performance; discipline employees; address complaints and resolve problems.
Interview and make recommendations for new employees.
Manage capital projects working closely with contractors and oversee installation and completion of projects as per project approvals.
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