Facilities Maintenance Superintendent Tracy, California
Job Ref: 37682
FACILITIES MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT
MUST HAVE THE TWO FOLLOWING SKILLS:
STRONG CAPITAL PROJECTS AND CAPITAL BUDGETS.
Relocation is offered
Facility is 2.3 MM sq ft/216 Acres
Must have Project Management/Capital Budget Experience: 5MM-35MM projects
Need Budgeting exp/delegating exp/Need a well rounded Superintendent
Can be stronger in Project Management than Automation as they will train.
1 Superintendent and 4 Maint Supervisors are there now.
No need to have PLC exp.
Some Lean experience/Green belt is fine as they will send the employee to get trained in Lean/Kaizen 5S to get a belt
JOB DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT
4 year college degree preferred or 4-5 years progressive maintenance management experience.
Experience in PSM (process safety management) Ammonia systems.
4 years supervision experience, preferably in a Distribution Center.
Proven track record of cost reductions and increased productivity.
Experience in a union environment with strong labor relations skills.
Strong knowledge of CMMS programs such as PMC or Maximo.
Strong knowledge of basic engineering principles.
Able to work with maintenance supervision to improve leadership skills and bench strength.
Well developed analytical and computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Access.
Ability to empower, supervise and direct a diverse workforce.
Ability to hire, develop, evaluate, train, and coach staff and associates
Strong communication skills and ability to build direct relationships with hourly associates while managing union contracts.
Excellent organizational skills with a high degree of initiative and flexibility.
Experience in holding employees accountable for working safely, and providing a safe work environment.
Proven ability to define performance measures directly related to business and hold people accountable for such.
Proven ability to do financial analysis and review and analyze existing cost data.
Strong interpersonal and team building skills.
Excellent customer service focus, results oriented.
Must possess the following traits: proactive, risk taker, change agent and strong sense of courage.
Must be comfortable at giving and receiving open feedback.
Willingness to work flexible hours, weekends, and holidays required. Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Manage day to day maintenance operations to service the needs of retail stores within department budget.
Proven ability to communicate effectively with employees and to hold them accountable.
Keep informed of Federal, State, and Municipal laws and regulations, collective bargaining agreements and Company work rules regarding maintenance and warehouse operation of company.
Ensure facility departmental compliance with, OSHA.
Work closely with Maintenance Teams and Distribution Management to implement cost saving measures.
Determine equipment and manpower requirements for daily operational needs.
Manage labor relations by dealing with grievances, corporate, warehouse employees, and union business agents.
Aggressively cultivate and promote a positive and innovative work environment.
Maintain a high level of customer service to Safeway.
Set and monitor maintenance performance targets both short and long term.
Ensure Safeway policies, procedures and practices are strictly adhered to, including appropriate audit, controls and segregation of duties are in place to support Sarbanes Oxley compliance
Hiring and development of maintenance staff and maintenance team members towards attainment of their potential.
Interface with Regulator Agencies.
Assist with Capital development, cost estimation and management as needed.
Travel — up to 25% Closing Date: