Act as the key interface between Operations and Maintenance. Provide strategic perspective to the various discussions related to maintaining the plant equipment. Manage the “Ready to Schedule” backlog and build the Weekly and Shutdown Work Schedules by organizing large numbers of work orders and balancing the backlog with overall level of maintenance resources.
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
1. Schedule 100% utilization of resource availability. (measured by “Hours Scheduled” / “Hours Available”)
2. Work to maximize equipment reliability through using planned/scheduled maintenance most effectively. (measured by “uptime of equipment that has had planned maintenance performed on it”)
3. Quickly returning equipment to design capability through using planned/scheduled maintenance most effectively. (measured by “Time of planned repair from shutdown to running”)
4. Maximize equipment availability by effectively using planned/scheduled maintenance. (measured by “Lost production time due to planned maintenance”)
5. Formalize and streamline communications regarding plant assets and events.
6. Act as an official liaison between Operations and Maintenance helping to bridge the screening,
7. rioritization, and scheduling of work.
1. Manage maintenance data collection and information gathering by field verifying, entering, and analyzing data into the CMMS to allow for more effective planning.
2. Work closely with Maintenance Supervisors to be sure planned jobs are scheduled accordingly.
3. Keep a backlog of planned jobs ready to be scheduled in the CMMS system.
4. Lead plant shutdown meetings and collaborate departmental schedules.
5. Lead AAR’s to determine root causes of late plant start ups.
6. Help with contractor management planning (Scopes, Method Statements, on-site safety reviews, etc.)
7. Perform Job Plan audits.
8. Responsible for CMMS system, organization of Maintenance activities
9. Evaluates PM program and updates as necessary
10. Assists department supervisors to maximize utilization of personnel
11. Scopes and evaluates maintenance activities
12. Makes recommendations to Maintenance Superintendent on ways to better utilize personnel.
13. May have at least one direct report
14. Contacts vendors for RFQ’s (Request for Quotes)
15. Issues requisitions and orders materials as required.
16. Stages materials to ensure timely completion of maintenance jobs
17. Interacts and supports everyone in the Management group to assure correct information is collected for the CMMS system.
18. Maintain accurate data based on equipment modifications. Constantly update equipment records as changes are made.
19. Generate and develop tracking reports for the PM system and the total work order system.
20. Maintain close contact with the storeroom and ensure that necessary parts are available for upcoming jobs.
21. Assist stock room attendants with month end duties.
22. Maintain and develop the Preventative and Predictive Maintenance Programs in assigned areas.
23. Develop work orders and improve information available to the craft person working on the job.
24. Ensure that all Maintenance Personnel are properly trained in use of the CMMS system.
25. Stage materials for maintenance activities.
26. Coordinating maintenance plan with all affected departments to ensure that all needs are accommodated.
27. Developing PM standard procedures that can be followed in various situations
28. Implementing PM compliance standards and maintaining these standards
29. May have other accountabilities.
Day shift position in the administrating, coordinating, and planning role. Must travel anywhere in the plant as needed. May be called upon to work various hours as job requires. May also be called upon to travel to other J.M. Huber Mills.
Requirements & Preferred Competencies:
High School Education or GED required.
1. 5-8 years of experience in maintenance and/or operations required.
2. Ability to apply mechanical reasoning skills.
3. Knowledge of plant processing and equipment
4. Ability to use spreadsheets, scheduling, and word processing software.
5. Familiar with CMMS systems
6. Ensure compliance with all applicable Federal, state, local and corporate environmental and safety regulations, and permit issues (air, water, etc.). Ensure that proper documentation is completed for any safety or environmental required monitoring in your area of responsibility. Report inconsistencies as appropriate. Alert supervisor to any condition or activity that could pose an environmental liability; i.e., spills, poor housekeeping, etc.
7. Attend all Federal, state, and company-mandated training; read and comply with Job Hazard or Safety Analysis (JHS or JSA) information that applies to area in which you work; wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) while on the job, and report and/or correct any unsafe condition that you may observe. Report all injuries to your supervisor.
8. Be aware of and know how to access the JM Huber EHS Policy, the Minimum Mandatory Standards and Requirements (MMSR's) and HEW Environmental, Health, and Safety management System (EHSMS) procedures. Comply with MMSRs and HEW EHSMS procedures and report all non-conformances to your supervisor or manager.
9. Incorporate environmental, health, and safety requirements into everyday decision making.
10. Employees must learn and observe applicable company policies and safe practices and perform all duties assigned by supervisors. This description covers the significant duties of the job but may not include occasional assignments which would be within the evaluation of this job.
*Monitor air and water discharges from site to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and monitor process operations for evidence of excessive use of fuel, water, and other natural resources.
* *Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, local and corporate environmental and safety regulations, and permit issues (air, water, etc.). Ensure that proper documentation is completed for any safety or environmental required monitoring in your area of responsibility. Report inconsistencies as appropriate.
*Attend all federal, state and company mandated training, read and comply with Job Risk Analysis (JRA) (formally known as JHA - Job Hazard Analysis or JSA - Job Safety Analysis) information that applies to areas in which you work, wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) while on the job, and report /or correct any unsafe condition that you may observe. Report all injuries to your supervisor immediately.
*Adhere to all Safety & Environmental Training.
Be aware of and know how to access the JM Huber EHS Policy, the Minimum Mandatory Standards and Requirements (MMSR’s) and HEW Environmental, Health, and Safety Management System (EHSMS) procedures. Comply with MMSRs and HEW EHSMS procedures and report all non-conformances to your supervisor or manager.
*Incorporate environmental, health and safety requirements into every day decision making.
Assist as required in the development and administration of environmental, safety and health policies and programs. Lead efforts to increase continuous safety and health environmental conscientiousness, identify potential hazards, investigate safety and/or environmental incidents and initiate necessary changes identified through “near hit” incident investigations. Thoroughly investigate any work-related injuries and record it appropriately. Plan, develop and lead safety and environmental awareness meetings. Ensure that the personnel, activities, equipment, and areas under your management are in compliance with applicable federal, state, local and corporate regulations and policies.
Refer to J.M. Huber Corporate EH&S Policy in your employee hand book (beginning on page 61) for further details regarding policy, implementation, responsibility and authority. Questions regarding EH&S compliance should be directed to your manager, team leader, environmental or safety manager.
EH&S compliance is a condition of employment. EH&S violations may result in disciplinary action up to and including discharge.
Huber Engineered Woods is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, protected veteran status, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, genetic information, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need.