The Facility Engineer is responsible for effective management and execution of preventive, predictive, and corrective maintenance of facilities, production machinery and production support equipment. This role will also assist in coordination of all contracted vendors, design elements in new facility construction, and ensuring safety in operating equipment.
- Perform ongoing preventive maintenance and repair work on facility mechanical, electrical, and other installed systems
- Ensure production machinery and facility equipment in a high operational readiness condition by effectively managing preventive, predictive, and corrective maintenance.
- Develop a preventative maintenance schedules for operating and support equipment throughout the facility and prepare and report on related KPIs.
- Support any afterhours building needs and activities as required, and respond to emergencies
- Ensure level of knowledge, skills, and proficiency of maintenance mechanics is maintained at a high level and meet the skill requirements needed to maximize equipment operational readiness.
- Ensure operator and maintenance personnel safety. This is achieved by continuous evaluation of skills, effective management of short- and long-term training schedule, periodic level of knowledge testing, and outsourcing training for new technologies.
- In coordination with the Quality Department, participate and even lead root cause analysis teams to solve for undelaying causes of failures or quality issues when pertinent.
- Work with Safety Coordinator as a member of the Safety Committee to ensure facility environmental, health, safety, and security are compliant. This is achieved by reviewing new process plans and coordinating with project engineers to determine equipment needs, layout, and operating procedures maintain security and safety of all contractors.
- Ensures safe work environment by enforcing general safety policies and procedures to be followed by plant personnel in compliance with local, state, and federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules and regulations, conferring with representatives of management to formulate safety policies, determining need for programs, and coordinating safety programs with plant activities.
- Assist in the development of new equipment and new facilities.
- Other assigned tasks as requested
Qualified Applicants will have:
- Technical degree required, Bachelors or Associates plus related experience.
- 5+ years plus the education listed.
- Expert knowledge in Plant Engineering and Maintenance management.
- Proven ability to manage schedule, resources, and budget.
- Strong technical knowledge in the areas of mechanical and electrical systems, electronics, environmental health & safety, quality assurance, risk analysis, and engineering codes.
- Strong team leadership and building skills and ability to develop highly effective maintenance repair teams.
- Excellent communication skills. Required to effectively communicate with company employees, contractors, and government officials.
- Well versed in operating digital equipment, using monitoring systems, and digital workorder systems
- Medium Physical Requirements
EMAIL YOUR RESUME TO HUMAN RESOURCES AT MNOVAK@LOCUSFS.COM TO APPLY!