Vacancy Details

Maintenance and Project Engineering Manager


Maintenance and Project Engineering Manager

Requirements

    • BS degree in Engineering (mechanical, electrical, or chemical engineering preferred)
    • Minimum of 5 years' experience in Maintenance in a chemical, plastics, oil & gas, or similar facility
    • Process Safety Management Knowledge
    • Experience with ERP systems for work order tracking, inventory management, and PM tracking
    • Experience with reliability-based maintenance approaches and predictive maintenance technologies
    • Have the ability to work collaboratively and demonstrate effective listening skills
    • High energy, productive, team player
    • Strong leadership skills, with excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Demonstrated project management skills, ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
    • Ability to create and drive core values and maintain positive employee relations

Nice to Have Knowledge, Skills, & Experience (In rank order)

    • Knowledge of ISO 9001 systems
    • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) knowledge
    • Previous Front Line Supervisory experience (2+ years)
    • Emergency Response Incident Command certification
    • Knowledge of SAP maintenance and purchasing procedures
    • Knowledge of AutoCAD
    • Lean Six Sigma/Project Management Experience
    • PE License
    • Experience with management of change (MOC) discipline

Overview of the role:

    • 3 direct reports (2 maint techs, 1 I & E tech TBH)
  • Establishes and continually refines the plant's long-term maintenance strategy and improvement plan
  • Establishes maintenance and storeroom performance metrics to gauge the "current state" and provides the basis for continuous improvement measurement
  • Tracks and publishes standardized maintenance performance metrics on a routine basis consistent with company requirements and aligns maintenance performance indicators with overall business key performance indicators.
  • Manages the maintenance work planning function and the maintenance scheduling function. Develops and implements planning and scheduling standards and procedures for the plant
  • Defines and manages the training needs for maintenance personnel and develops an associated training plan
  • Manage permit to work process and according contractor compliance
  • Manages the plant utilities operation and budget. Develops and implements energy reduction strategies to reduce energy consumption
  • Works with plant production, engineering, and EHS personnel to ensure that management of change (MOC) and mechanical integrity (MI) requirements which support OSHA 1910.119 Process Safety Management (PSM) are complied with. Reviews and approves all equipment and drawing modifications and changes associated with MOC
  • Manages the predictive maintenance (PDM) function and ensures that economically viable maintenance technologies that result in reduced plant downtime are implemented in the plant
  • Identifies new product and technology enhancements that could provide reliability improvement and cost reduction
  • Manages the preventive maintenance (PM) program and works with production and engineering to develop and maintain current PM procedures and schedules that "add value" to the plant.*Utilizes the "reliability centered maintenance" (RCM) methodology to ensure that the optimal maintenance practices are applied to each critical asset based upon its operating context
  • Manages the plant maintenance budget and associated spending. Leads the maintenance budget development process annually and provides monthly spending analysis reports for plant personnel
  • Leads in the development of the plant's capital spending budget and site plan
  • Administers, plans, coordinates, and executes company adopted standard maintenance programs and practices
  • Manages the planning and execution of scheduled plant shutdowns / turnarounds
  • Manages all facilities maintenance including buildings, yards, and grounds. Also manages all contract services associated with facilities and plant maintenance.
  • Works with planners, supervisors, and engineers to review equipment history files and assess plant equipment reliability. Formulates action plans to address unreliable equipment.
  • Manages and administers the plant's CWMS (SAP) and ensures that its use is optimized to control cost and boost reliability
  • Applies Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) and Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) techniques to help manufacturing areas address major reliability issues
  • Manages the plant's storeroom and works to minimize inventory value and operating cost while maximizing plant reliability. As such, manages and approves the set-up of all new spare parts
  • Works with storeroom personnel to assess the storeroom's performance level and its impact on unplanned equipment breakdown
  • Ensures that acceptance standards for new, repaired, and rebuilt equipment are followed and that baseline conditions are established for such equipment
  • Reviews new equipment designs and installations to ensure "maintenance free" or "maintenance prevention" designs have been addressed
  • Provides technical support to the production department to resolve major sporadic or chronic equipment reliability problems.
  • Serves as the plant's Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) resource and supports the implementation of global TPM initiatives including autonomous operator maintenance
  • Participates in plant HAZOP analyses
  • Leads PHA, RCMS, and ISO audits


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