Mechanical Maintenance Superintendent
Under direction of the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Coordinator supervises hourly bargaining unit employees engaged in the daily maintenance activities.
- Ensure Operative Continuity of equipment in Ideal Operating Conditions.
- Define and execute required work based on Maintenance Work Orders established in the program.
- Update significant data of Preventive, Predictive, Autonomous and Corrective Maintenance in Work Orders, and information in Maintenance records as: Machines History and Technical Information of Equipment.
- Debit materials and spare parts in the corresponding cost centers, accounts and work orders.
- Keep facilities in satisfactory operating conditions, at the lowest possible cost, with quality services, under Cemex’s safety standards and in accordance with the environmental laws applicable in each country.
- Support Maintenance Specialists in the elaboration of the Annual Maintenance Budget.
- Supervise the Maintenance and Operating Cost, by defining and executing Maintenance works. To share with Specialists, the responsibility of operating within the Budget.
- Provide support in developing Preventive, Predictive and Autonomous Maintenance; to properly apply Maintenance Based on Reliability which will reduce the frequency and intensity of repairs and failures of equipment.
- Plan and Program work execution in such a way that production time out is minimized, ensuring high quality of repairs and efficient use of labor.
- Coordinate programmed execution of Maintenance work with enough anticipation in order to plan equipment interruptions and minimize production losses.
- Before the execution, review with Specialists and Planners the activities contained in the program, the duration and work to be performed taking advantage of the staff’s experience.
- Constantly improve Maintenance work methods with the objective of executing work with quality at minimal time and cost.
- Minimize non-productive time in the different sections, as a key Maintenance factor through effective Planning, Programming and Coordination of Maintenance work.
- Notify Management of risk levels and potential costs related to continuous operation of equipment or out of design conditions, in the case of critical facilities.
- Inform Specialists of equipment that requires major Maintenance and take every appropriate action to reduce it.
- Evaluate equipment and new installations or modification proposals to existing installations, in terms of Maintenance capability and Maintenance prevention. To provide appropriate recommendations in order to act.
- Actively promote the standardization of equipment and facilities of the entire plant in order to minimize global Maintenance costs.
- Define equipment spare parts and the quantities to be kept in the inventory, based on the Maintenance experience and on the policy established in the company.
- Advise Specialists regarding modifications in operative techniques designed to increase equipment Reliability and Effectiveness.
- Provide support in the implementation and follow-up of Autonomous Maintenance, in accordance with the philosophy established in Total Productive Maintenance.
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Mechanical Maintenance Superintendent
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- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
- 5 years of experience in heavy industrial/heavy manufacturing
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Proven knowledge of Preventative and Predictive maintenance methodologies and technologies
- Proven experience in execution of reliability methodologies such as RCA, RCI, FMFA, Statistical downtime analysis, Fishbone analysis, etc.
- Proven experience in engineering, specification and design of mechanical systems, assets and projects
- Excellent communication, team interaction and presentation skills
- Proven ability to work independently as well as lead/participate on cross functional teams
- Proven experience as a self-starter who effectively manages multiple tasks and achieves results with minimal supervision
- Proven understanding of electrical regulatory and industrial standards and codes
- Proven understanding of control and instrumentation systems in an industrial manufacturing environment
- CMRP or CRE status
- Vibration Level 1 or 2 certification
- Proven experience in CMMS systems
- Proven knowledge of reliability methodologies and strategies such as RCM, TPM, Spare Parts Management, Planning and Scheduling
- Continuous exposure to extreme heat, extreme cold, extreme noise and working outdoors
- Must wear all necessary protective equipment while at the location
- Required walking, sitting, lifting, pushing, pulling and climbing to a significant degree
- Heavy work-exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear, in order to communicate to employees/visitors as well as function safety around heavy rolling equipment
- Must be able to perform all job functions which include, but may not be limited to, pushing, turning and/or pulling of controls
- Must pass DOT physical to include back x-ray, hearing test and drug/alcohol screening.
||This listing expires on: 12/15/2021