DescriptionThe Supervisor, Facilities Engineering oversees and coordinates fabrication, installation, operation, application, maintenance and repair of mechanical or electromechanical machines, equipment, tools, engines and systems. The Supervisor, Facilities Engineering works within thorough, prescribed guidelines and procedures; uses independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors to solve basic problems; collaborates with management and top professionals/specialists in selection of methods, techniques, and analytical approach.
- Ensures that quality levels and industry standards are maintained or improved in the manufacturing process.
- Evaluates mechanical products to determine their cost effectiveness and efficiency. May evaluate field installations and recommend design modifications to eliminate malfunctions.
- Decisions are typically are related to schedule, plans and daily operations.
- Performs escalated or more complex work of a similar nature, and supervises a group of typically support and technical associates; coordinates and provides day-to-day oversight to associates.
- Ensures consistency in execution across team.
- Holds team members accountable for following established policies.
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
- 4-6 years of related experience
- Required hand on with strong electrical and mechanical troubleshooting skills
- Experience with Allen Bradley/Rockwell Software for PLCs and HMI using RSLogic500/Studio 5000, Factorytalk
- Experience of PLC devices, control networks, software and applications.
- Must be able to create, read logic and flow diagram for program design, programming, simulation and testing, and start-up
- Ability to read and interpret manufacturer instructions regarding repair and maintenance of automated equipment
- Effectively maintain programming, troubleshoot, determine causes of failure and perform corrective actions
- Install all new equipment including electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, electronic PLC control and computer systems
- Administer CMMS for all maintenance work orders, PM’s, part inventory and labor hours
- Maintain records of repairs, time spent, part usage and other information for historical data
- Ability to find the root cause on devices or equipment that resulted in system failures
- Notifies management and schedules maintenance of any abnormalities, which may impair the proper functioning of the equipment before equipment actually breaks down
- Create/review/approve purchase order for spare parts. Maintain proper level of spare parts to support production equipment
- Directing activities of maintenance on a daily basis, ensuring proper training and supervise Automation Maintenance Team
- Development performance expectations, ability to write reports, and procedure manuals
- Ensuring fast reaction and responses to repair calls when equipment breakdowns and timely repairs to minimize downtime
- Excellent leadership skills and decision making skills
- Must be able to prioritize projects/tasks to meet production goals. Routinely perform spot check work performed to ensure quality craftsmanship
- Proficient with problem solving, and communication skills
- Proven competency in supervisory activities which require conflict management, developing subordinates, directing subordinates, managing and measuring performance, motivating, building team spirit and morale
- Collaborate with Operation and Engineering Departments on prototyping/testing of new equipment and improvement projects
- Troubleshoot, routinely inspect equipment and electro-mechanical and pneumatic controls as necessary on automated equipment
- Report to Maintenance Manager on equipment condition and status as necessary
- Ability to work effectively in a fast passed multi-tasking environment
- Ability to troubleshot/repair/replace faulty electrical components such as: Motors, relays, switches, servos, VFDs, and other sensing devices
Scheduled Weekly Hours40