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Job Requirements

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work safely to prevent personal injury and injury to co-workers.
  • Maintain a clean work environment to avoid loss, injury, and damage.
  • Close interaction with team members, operations, and management personnel to provide direction.
  • Daily reporting of activities.
  • Organizing the daily and weekly maintenance tasks and assigning the same to crews.
  • GSV’s will approve all vacations and bonus time. If there is going to be a long-term shortage, notify your GSV immediately. If there is a call in for the oncoming shift and there is a scheduled outage, fill that position with personal from your shift. Scheduled vacation days and bonus days will also be covered on the 2nd and 3rd shifts with overtime during the scheduled shutdown.
  • Document all infractions and issues regarding safety, environmental, quality, and team members and report those issues to the GSV.
  • Continually look for opportunities to improve the safety, process, and maintenance activities of your assigned plant.
  • Update the weekend work list-work board jobs are completed.
  • Send out reports at the end of shifts. Any downtime over an hour must have an RCA form filled out and in the system before you leave work. If the downtime looks to be over an hour and occurs over two shifts, the off-going supervisor must start the RCA, and the supervisor coming on must complete.
  • Ensure all maintenance team members have work in front of them and know the team members' locations at all times.  Run the overtime list and have work laid out, so team members are out of the shop and going to their assigned job no later than 15 minutes after the start of the shift.
  • The shift for the supervisors starts the ½ hour before the maintenance team members start the shift; this means in the maintenance shop also. This time is to be used to layout tasks and to communicate with the off-going shift.
  • Overtime for supervisor must be approved by the GSV or maintenance manager except for the start of shift and end of shift paperwork, or in the case of a major breakdown, this work is to be expected to be done.
  • The maintenance shop is expected to be clean at the end of a shift.
  • All work orders and p.m.’s that are given to team members are to be turned in at the end of the shift with a daily time log. The supervisor will sign off that it is complete and the area cleaned after inspection when the signed supervisor is taking responsibility for the job.
  • Walk the storeroom once a week to be familiar with parts locations and what we have. Inspect every cabinet by walking down every row.
  • Handle other duties as assigned.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Staying up-to-date on company policies and the ability to make good judgment.
  • Salary based on experience

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Rushville, Indiana Area, IN Full-Time
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Bennett and Dorsey, LLC 

Direct Placement


Must have Maintenance in automotive or foundry experience.

Job Title: Maintenance Supervisor

SUMMARY

The Maintenance Supervisor's function is to oversee the day-to-day maintenance of the facilities and equipment areas. Responsibilities include the Maintenance Department's leadership to complete fueling, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and breakdown/repair maintenance.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS

  • Associates Degree in related field required or equivalent to experience.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a Maintenance Supervisory Role
  • Knowledge of safety, maintenance practices, knowledge of Foundry equipment, and machinery Is a must!
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

Salary based on experience

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work safely to prevent personal injury and injury to co-workers.
  • Maintain a clean work environment to avoid loss, injury, and damage.
  • Close interaction with team members, operations, and management personnel to provide direction.
  • Daily reporting of activities.
  • Organizing the daily and weekly maintenance tasks and assigning the same to crews.
  • GSV’s will approve all vacations and bonus time. If there is going to be a long-term shortage, notify your GSV immediately. If there is a call in for the oncoming shift and there is a scheduled outage, fill that position with personal from your shift. Scheduled vacation days and bonus days will also be covered on the 2nd and 3rd shifts with overtime during the scheduled shutdown.
  • Document all infractions and issues regarding safety, environmental, quality, and team members and report those issues to the GSV.
  • Continually look for opportunities to improve the safety, process, and maintenance activities of your assigned plant.
  • Update the weekend work list-work board jobs are completed.
  • Send out reports at the end of shifts. Any downtime over an hour must have an RCA form filled out and in the system before you leave work. If the downtime looks to be over an hour and occurs over two shifts, the off-going supervisor must start the RCA, and the supervisor coming on must complete.
  • Ensure all maintenance team members have work in front of them and know the team members' locations at all times.  Run the overtime list and have work laid out, so team members are out of the shop and going to their assigned job no later than 15 minutes after the start of the shift.
  • The shift for the supervisors starts the ½ hour before the maintenance team members start the shift; this means in the maintenance shop also. This time is to be used to layout tasks and to communicate with the off-going shift.
  • Overtime for supervisor must be approved by the GSV or maintenance manager except for the start of shift and end of shift paperwork, or in the case of a major breakdown, this work is to be expected to be done.
  • The maintenance shop is expected to be clean at the end of a shift.
  • All work orders and p.m.’s that are given to team members are to be turned in at the end of the shift with a daily time log. The supervisor will sign off that it is complete and the area cleaned after inspection when the signed supervisor is taking responsibility for the job.
  • Walk the storeroom once a week to be familiar with parts locations and what we have. Inspect every cabinet by walking down every row.
  • Handle other duties as assigned.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Staying up-to-date on company policies and the ability to make good judgment.
  • Salary based on experience

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