Plant Maintenance Manager San Leandro, California
Job Ref: 36945
LOOKING FOR A STRONG MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING MANAGER WHO HAS A STABLE RESUME WITH THE SAME COMPANY FOR ATLEAST 5 YEARS IN A FOOD MANUFACTURING ENVIROMENT WITH A BACHERLORS DEGEE IN MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. IF YOU HAVENET BEEN WITH YOU CURRENT COMPANY FOR MORE THEN 4 YEARS PLEASE DO NOT APPLY THIS ROLE PAYS 140-160K SAN LEANDRO CA
Job Description: Plant Maintenance Manager
4 year college degree in engineering preferred.
6-8 years in manufacturing/production environment with industry experience.
3 years manufacturing plant engineering/management experience which includes financial management and project development and project management experience.
Experienced in department budget management.
Proven skills in preventive maintenance.
Ability to interface with regulatory agencies.
Knowledge of Capital Project Development, Cost Estimation and Management.
Managing/Scheduling/Developing Human Resources.
Interpersonal and Team Building skills.
Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
Working knowledge of Heat Transfer, Material Handling, Fluid Mechanics.
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project. Previous experience with Automated Control Systems PLCs and PCs.
Lean manufacturing principals.
Manage engineering and maintenance services and ensure operational reliability.
Oversee preventative maintenance compliance and effectiveness.
Develop, monitor and ensure timely completion of plant goals/action plans, both short and long term.
Assist Plant Manager in making operational improvements to reduce costs and to increase productivity.
Utilize new technology and lean manufacturing principals and processes available to maximize efficiency.
Plan, manage and execute capital asset program in compliance with Annual Operating Plan and established policy.
Have or develop a network base with equipment vendors.
Promote development of cost saving initiatives including management of utilities and equipment.
Provide the day-to-day operational leadership for mechanics and associated personnel.
Develop a work environment within manufacturing that promotes trust, teamwork quality and safety.
Assign accountability, build teams, hire, develop, evaluate, train, discipline.
Ensure the adherence to Company policies, practices, and procedures.
Handle union grievances.
Communicate items of interest or concern to employees and Plant Manager via written and oral communication.
Ensure production of a quality product in compliance with Company, Federal and State guidelines Ensure regulatory compliance as appropriate (OSHA, EPA, FDA, USDA, HACCP, Etc.)