Nestle Supervisor, Facilities Maintenance in Springville, Utah
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As the Maintenance Supervisor you will be responsible for all maintenance functions vital to ensure efficient plant operations: manufacturing, processing, packaging and associated utilities. Maintenance Supervisor also provides mentorship and skill development to the Maintenance and Operations teams in: loss elimination, risk management and life cycle asset management to sustain a proactive - planned maintenance program. Other responsibilities include training, mentoring and assessing mechanics on maintenance & engineering related elements of Nestlé Continuous Excellence (NCE) using TPM as the multi-disciplined approach to establish 'Continuous Improvement and Zero Loss' culture, in addition to supervision and regulatory compliance of the environmental program.
You will guide the factory to reduce technical stoppages in equipment or areas of common occurrence (priority given to areas of the highest incidence or impact). Ensure the detailed review all line, processes, and utilities that are essential to the business and those where failure can have an unacceptable impact on safety, personnel safety, food safety, environment, or compliance with the law.
Monitor plant/equipment trends to ensure the highest possible operation and reduction of planned/unplanned downtime.
Propose and monitor key performance indicators in accordance with the Best Maintenance Practices.
Facilitate the evolution/refinement of maintenance activities to minimize planned and unplanned downtime (PM's, changeovers, etc.).
Maintain processing and packaging equipment and systems, decreasing unplanned downtime and growing reliability and availability.
You will implement of all repairs/modifications resulting from Gap assessments, plant audits, and notifications are executed on time and offer a high quality workmanship.
Be responsible for the job planning, and validate all material and services planning for accuracy and efficiency.
Own the documentation for equipment history, damage code and root cause analysis are completed accurately.
You will develop and lead a network of Factory domain specialists. Train and guide them in the implementation and leadership of the NCE Reliability program in their factories.
Evaluate the performance of team members and provide periodic feedback to ensure development.
You will share other maintenance-related standard methodologies across all factories, via the corporate engineering website, leadership/training guides, etc.
Collaborate with corporate engineers, suppliers, contractors, and plant partners to ensure customer needs are met.
Encourage close partnership between all functions (Engineering, Productions, Quality Management, etc.).
Conduct regular inspections of plant to seek out potential problems and to solicit operator feedback.
Consolidate and analyze the factory M&R budgets, drive valuable and sustainable improvements with the assistance of Group Engineering Specialists and Engineering Managers.
Own the technical stores, scheduled Work Orders, labor hour allocation and the equipment Bill of Material (BOM).
Support and back-fill the rollout and sustainability of TPM-PM Pillar across all Nestlé USA and Canada factories.
Assures compliance with government regulatory agencies.
Other duties as assigned.
Experience: Proven experience in a manufacturing environment and knowledge of production equipment maintenance. Direct experience in management of mechanics for the maintenance of equipment required. Some knowledge of utilities and facility equipment preferred. Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Strong technical and leadership skills: Ability to lead, motivate and develop others; able to prioritize, coordinate, and direct users, teams and multiple tasks.
Knowledge of TPM / PM Pillar Tools including:
Reliability Center Maintenance Practices
PM Optimization and Predictive Maintenance Technologies including (infrared, ultrasonic, vibration analysis, etc... )
Understanding of regulatory requirements for food safety.
Proficient of computer programs such as Microsoft Office.
Knowledge and understanding of the cost drivers of maintenance in manufacturing operations.
A solid understanding of CMMS systems (SAP, Maximo) with the ability to mine and analyze data for trends/reports. Competencies:
Results Focus: Strong impact to operations performance. The role requires focus to meet performance objectives
Lead People: Strong skills leading direct reports in order to promote operating efficiency
Proactive Partnership: Ensure that the maintenance team operates in a multi-functional team with clear and open communication with other areas
Service Orientation: Understand the customer's expectations and needs and provide them high quality serviceThe Nestlé Companies are equal employment and affirmative action employers and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment