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All posting locations: Mason City, Iowa, United States of America
Job Function: 06 - Manufacturing
Department: 06 - 05 - Engineering & Maintenance
Date Published: 05-Aug-2022
Job Type: Regular
Description & Requirements
Assures the safe execution of all maintenance and utility activities- demands that all plant activities are conducted following all safety procedures
Champions safety as the first consideration of all employees/contractors and promotes a safe work environment through own behaviors
Maintains facility and assets to meet regulatory guidelines e.g. USDA- FDA- OSHA- and EPA
Optimizes costs through effective budget planning and management and maintains a cost effective approach toward asset management and minimizing loss and waste
Optimizes the Availability and safe operation of production assets through appropriate predictive and preventative maintenance and safe and effective execution of corrective maintenance and projects
Coordinates major maintenance and project requirements with manufacturing production and engineering- to include major downtime activities and downtime periods and supports the effort to identify opportunities and develop the Plant’s Capital Budget
Trains maintenance staff on effective maintenance practices- including effective use of the computerized maintenance management system- problem solving tools- risk and failure analysis- maintenance scheduling and analysis of maintenance related data and equipment histories
Sets and evaluates departmental goals and objectives through a collaborative effort with maintenance departmental supervision- factory leadership team- Regional Reliability Managers and the Engineering Manager
Conducts special studies as assigned or self-initiated to improve departmental services- equipment reliability and factory operations or satisfy external requirements
Provides direction to the operation and maintenance of the Utilities (Air- Steam- Water- Nitrogen- Ammonia- etc) and Wastewater facilities to assure they meet production demands
Shares Best Maintenance Practices with other Kraft Heinz maintenance professionals by participating in semi-annual forums and establishing contacts for regular communication
Ensure parts availability in the MRO stockroom to minimize equipment downtime while balancing economic maintenance inventory management
Assist with evaluating reliability- utility- facility- production and packaging needs for Capital Equipment
Oversee and lead the implementation of the Quality Risk Management Process (QRMP) system and operational standards as outlined in the factory’s QRMP accountability list
Partner with business leaders on implementation of equipment and manufacturing reliability- process improvements (Six Sigma / Lean) including leading change initiatives- planning- and facilitation of improvement project(s) completion
Manage and evaluate the Maintenance staff including but not limited to performance management- employee improvement and employee development plans- etc.
All other duties as assigned by Plant Manager to support the facility Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree required; focus in Engineering or related technical field highly preferred
Minimum of 3 years’ leadership experience within a manufacturing environment required
5+ years of maintenance experience within a manufacturing environment required
Extensive knowledge including but not limited to the following areas: Packaging/Mechanical Operations- Electrical maintenance- Instrumentation- Electronics/Controls- and Utility Systems- as well as boiler and ammonia refrigeration
Interpersonal and communications skills to motivate- empower- train- direct- lead- evaluate and coach a diverse group of team members to reach their fullest potential
Ability to effectively plan and manage through change within large enterprise organizations
Microsoft Office and CMMS experience and proficiency required
Ability to manage a continuous operation (24 hrs- 7 days per week)
Kraft Heinz is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Underrepresented Ethnic Minority Groups/Women/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity and other protected classes.
In order to ensure reasonable accommodation for protected individuals, applicants that require accommodation in the job application process may contact [email protected] for assistance.
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