Engineering Manager (Cranes) (Port Facility)
Crane Engineering Manager
Summary: The Crane Manager will provide leadership and supervision for the staff handling technical repairs for the Crane Maintenance Section.
- Ensures that the maintenance and repair of cranes are done in a timely and cost effective manner, with consideration given to quality and longer duration of equipment;
- Supervising the maintenance and repair of all of the quay cranes and its supporting equipment and parts (electrical, electronic and mechanical);
- Ensure that the equipment is maintained in a safe and reliable working condition, in accordance with planned preventive maintenance program and to identify and rectify repetitive problems;
- Monitors warranties and ensure claims under warranty are filed;
- Ensure that breakdowns are corrected promptly and to make sure that follow-up work is undertaken;
- Ensures that repair work does not adversely affect the services to the customer;
- Liaise with planning for the scheduling of maintenance program and to provide feedback with a goal to continual improvement;
- Recommend and develop equipment overall and improvement modification;
- Orders spare parts for the department, and assists Procurement in location and pricing of spare parts;
- Supervising subcontractors work on-site and any major projects or repairs;
- Prepares estimating for damages/repairs and make a report and submit;
- Provides supervision and direction for the crane maintenance staff including the following;
- Offers direction and instruction to subordinate staff, providing regular feedback;
- Organizes daily work schedule;
- Ensures safety procedures are followed and safety gear is used appropriately;
- Counsels subordinates, up to and including discipline or termination recommendations;
- Ensures that technical knowledge of staff is updated as needed;
- Follows labor contract requirements with respect to union personnel;
- Follows company management policies and procedures in the application of managing subordinates;
- Manages department budget within guidelines and annual goals;
- Provides complete and accurate reports to management, as needed;
- Assists Engineering Director with special projects.
- Other duties as assigned.
- ILW Labor positions: Maintenance Foreman, Crane Mechanics, Crane Technicians; skills vary, but include mechanical, electrical, structural, and welding.
- Crane Superintendent
- Outside contractor
General Standards and Expectations
As a manager or professional staff member in the Ports America organization, you are required to meet a number of common standards of behavior, accountabilities and outcomes. These include but are not limited to;
- Ensuring your personal behavior is consistent with company values and the company code of conduct at all times
- Comprehensively familiarizing yourself with, staying up to date with and ensuring compliance with all Ports America policies.
Manage safety and risk
- Managing safety and effectively implementing the Ports America Safety and Environment System within areas under your control.
- Ensuring all employees who report to you work safely.
- Acting on hazards when they are reported, ensuring safety is integrated into planning and performance management processes, carrying out inspections and audits and implementing audit action plans.
- Reinforcing correct safety behaviors, reporting all hazards and incidents and completing assigned actions.
- Identifying and managing risk within your area of responsibility and ensuring Ports America’ interests are protected at all times.
****If you are interested and believe you are a good candidate for this position, Please Call Dallas Auch at 913-302-5087. I am looking to fill this position Immediately.
- 4 year college degree or technical degree strongly preferred.
- 7-10 years experience in the maintenance of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems.
- Solid management/team-building skills, preferably in a union environment.
- Strong knowledge of budgets and cost controls.
- Solid knowledge of applicable federal, state, and company safety regulations.
- Knowledge of general engineering principles covering mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering;
- Requires overall general knowledge of terminal operations, especially the coordination of cranes with vessel activity;
- Must be able to interpret engineering drawings, layouts, and specifications;
- Must have a working knowledge of supervisory and leadership principles, with the ability to influence other team members in a positive way and lead a department of trades workers;
- Must be familiar with OSHA, National Electrical Code and all other regulations, such as welding and electrical standards, that are required, both locally and at the state and federal level;
- Requires a high level of planning and organizational skills, with high attention to detail;
- Requires excellent problem-solving skills, especially technical problems of a highly complex nature;
- Requires ability to use computerized software system(s), specifically those designed for maintenance and repair of equipment
- Requires good verbal and written communications skills in English;
- Good interpersonal skills and a strong internal customer focus;
- Exceptional time management, due to fast-moving, demanding work environment.
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