Organizes and schedules routine maintenance, repairs and monitoring of maintenance and repairs to Sugar Creek property. Must schedule work that complies with federal, state and local codes and standards, as well as, company rules, PSM policies, safe work practices and Good Manufacturing Practices.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Work directly with Project Engineer to plan and coordinate Capital Expenditure Appropriation Request (CEAR) projects with outside contractors and maintenance personnel to accomplish project.
- Schedule work to be accomplished by deadlines or as directed.
- Solicit quotes from vendors/contractors.
- Create work orders, purchase orders and purchase requisitions for materials or equipment not procured by contractors for CEAR projects.
- Track contractor expenses to projects.
- Collect and maintain Process Safety Management (PSM) information packets and Contractor Packets.
- Create PSM scheduling and work order generation for maintenance and repair of Sugar Creek assets.
- Manage inventory control.
- Procure materials and labor to accomplish CEAR projects and other Sugar Creek maintenance/repair projects.
- Follow Sugar Creek’s safety rules and procedures.
Education: Associate degree in Industrial/Construction Technology or similar field.
Experience: 5 years of experience in industrial, electrical or mechanical experience.
Certification or Licensure: None.
ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
- Possesses the skills needed to repair, maintain and troubleshoot machinery, including electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic troubleshooting.
- Able to use critical thinking to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches to problems.
- Able to use maintenance software to input data and research parts.
- Able to write detailed repair reports.
- Possess the skills needed to operate basic office computer software proficiently.
- Able to budget time, predict job completion, and estimate job duration.
- Know environmental, health and safety laws and regulations.
- Know how to manage chemicals and other hazardous materials properly.
No unusual physical requirements. Physical requirements are consistent with maintenance‐type positions. In an average workday, Maintenance Planner is in these positions for the following number of hours per day: sitting 2-4 hours; standing 2-4 hours; walking 2-4 hours. In an average workday, Maintenance Planner must have the following abilities: lift/carry less than 50 lbs as needed; handle objects/manual dexterity constantly; reaching outward/upward frequently; bending/stooping/climbing frequently; climbing ladders frequently.
Most work is performed in an indoor, office‐like room within the manufacturing facility. Some work is performed in an indoor, manufacturing facility with close proximity to heavy and hazardous machinery. Some work is performed outside of the manufacturing facility, including roof access. Safety wear is required, including hard hat, hairnet, hearing protection, safety glasses, steel toe boots, coats and other necessary equipment.
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- Job Family Engineering and Maintenance
- Job Function Indirect
- Pay Type Salary
- Required Education Associate Degree
- Dayton, 4249 Beerman Ave., Dayton, Ohio, United States of America