Maintenance Manager

Company Name:
Universal Forest Products
General Summary:
The Maintenance Manager is responsible for the management of the plant's maintenance function and programs.
, Requirements:
Interviews, hires, orientates and trains maintenance personnel.
Coaches, counsels employees, and initiates discipline as required.
Evaluates performance of subordinates.
Develops and implements preventative and other maintenance programs to ensure proper equipment operation.
Identifies, researches and resolves problems.
Coordinates maintenance activities with operating department's requirements.
Leads employees in continuous improvement and safety initiatives.
Performs regular/preventative maintenance on all machinery, tools and buildings.
Develops, implements and supervises the plant's Preventive Maintenance program
Repairs machinery, equipment, buildings and other Company assets in accordance with diagrams, operating manuals, manufacturing specifications, or by management request.
Orders supplies and parts as required, at competitive pricing and rates.
Maintains records of repair/maintenance activities, per Company policy.
Prepares other reports as required.
Performs duties consistent with established safety rules and procedures.
Performs other duties as required.
, Job Description:
Post high school education is required
Minimum 3 to 5 years of experience in machine repair and maintenance area; 1 to 3 years of experience managing people.
Working knowledge of electrical, hydraulic and control technology, and welding.
Working knowledge of safe equipment practices and applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Demonstrate working knowledge of hazardous wage and hazardous material handling procedures and practices
Working knowledge of the use of precision tools, measuring instruments, and other hand tools.
Working knowledge of excel, word, outlook and other business software.
Preferred understanding on company policies, practices and procedures.
Skills and abilities
Demonstrates ability to handle responsibility and be accountable for actions/decisions
Demonstrates ability to read blueprints, technical diagrams and operating manuals.
Ability to recognize safe vs. unsafe working conditions
Ability to clearly communicate directions and expectations
Ability to plan, and organize the work of others, determine priorities, meet deadlines and work under pressure and stress.
Ability to identify problems and find viable solutions
Ability to understand and use basic math and numbers, and to use a computer terminal, calculator, and telephone.
Ability to understand basic verbal and written instructions in English; ability read and write basic English
Ability to communicate with management regarding people, products and equipment
Ability to perform mathematical computations, write legibly, maintain records, give and follow oral and written instructions
Ability to manage personnel and address staffing needs, and to organize the work of others.
Ability to be mobile in the work environment
Ability to pass a drug test
Ability to work hours mandated by management
Safety conscious and strong supervisory and interpersonal skills
Team player and goal oriented
Leads by example and has a positive attitude
Participates in Safety and CI programs
Looks for ways to improve productivity and department results
Punctual and reliable

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