Maintenance Supervisor

Our client needs Maintenance Supervisors.
They are a high volume automotive casting supplier and they are looking for a career oriented person.
This is a nonunion shop.
The position reports to the maintenance superintendent.
Advancement opportunities exist for people that prove themselves.
Flexible on academics but excellent maintenance and leadership skills are needed2.
5+ years of successful maintenance experience in a heavy manufacturing environment with at least some leadership responsibilities3.
Experience in a high volume, heavy industry.
Preferably metals related4.
Hydraulics, pneumatics and PLC experience would be very helpful5.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills6.
Ability to effectively coach, lead, motivate and develop peopleDuties:
Supervise maintenance operations, with 20+ team members, by setting goals, organizing and assigning work, training employees, and maintaining a productive work environment in order to meet established maintenance schedules.
Ensure all safety, quality, and productivity processes and procedures are followed within areas of responsibility.
Select and train employees in maintenance operations.
Evaluate work performance and counsel and coach employees to maintain safe and efficient work performance.
Troubleshoot equipment or machine problems.
Take appropriate corrective action to ensure equipment is repaired and returned to proper working order in a timely manner.
Assign completion of scheduled inspections and work orders according to the preventative maintenance schedule.
Follow up on any items noted as needing corrective action.
Prepare maintenance operating budget for assigned shift and administer and control budget during the business year.
The company offers a comprehensive benefits package and will help with relocation for strong regional candidates.
Sorry, no visa sponsorship is available.

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