Strom Minnesota is currently looking for a hands-on Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor for our client in Hopkins, MN. Applicants must have good electrical skills/knowledge.
The Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor is a key member of the companies maintenance team which is responsible for maintaining and repairing plant equipment for a manufacturing facility. This position’s primary function is to plan, coordinate, and supervise plant maintenance, waste water and roll grinding schedules and activities. The Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor will be accountable for complying with all applicable company standards and government regulations. Success will be defined by the employee’s ability to ensure prompt responses to machine breakdowns to minimize downtown, oversee machine and equipment preventative maintenance and repair, and initiate and manage a Preventive Maintenance program.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Maintenance Mechanic Supervisor is responsible for:
· Directing and assisting Maintenance Technicians in electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, roll grinding, waste water and pneumatic maintenance and repair of machinery, equipment and building facilities.
· Directing and assisting Maintenance Technicians in the dismantling, assembling, and installing industrial machinery.
· Monitoring supply of spare parts and completing requisitions, as needed.
· Coordinate with production schedules for completion of machine maintenance during operation or downtime.
· Follow company policies and safety/environmental regulations with Maintenance.
· Interpreting blueprints and work orders to Maintenance Technicians, and assigning duties accordingly.
· Establishing or adjusting work procedures to meet production schedules, work priorities, availability of equipment, and skills of personnel.
· Provides work direction and supervision to 2 – 3 Maintenance Techs, including performance reviews, development, coaching and overall performance management.
· Initiating measures to improve production, equipment performance, profitability, and quality of product.
· Assisting Maintenance Technicians in diagnosing malfunctions in machinery and equipment.
· Being willing to learn and become proficient in new skills as directed by the Manager.
· Performing other jobs not directly related to maintenance as directed by the Manager.
Equipment / Tools Used (In alphabetical order, not exclusive list)
· Coil Cars
· Coil Tippers
· Cutting torches
· Roll grinder
· Waste Water Pumps, Meters and Valves
EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION
· Metal shears
· Personal computers and terminals
· Electrical test equipment
· Tape Measure
· Utility Knives
· Short-handled, Long-handled, and Power tools.