Maintenance Supervisor (Electrical)


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795

STARTING PAY: $75-80k + Annual bonus

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Electrical Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for supervising and directing the day-to-day activities within the maintenance department’s electrical and mechanical areas of the maintenance department. Position supervises employees; enters work orders; parts inventory, PM program and works with other Maintenance Supervisors and Maintenance Engineering Manager to ensure maintenance budget is being managed to control spend that supports plant operations. In addition, develops, executes and supports solutions to improve process systems/energy performance, food safety, employee safety and product quality.

  • Document Control
  • cGMP’s
  • Coordinates and inspects major contract work on the electrical, mechanical, and other food industry related systems.
  • Perform maintenance/electrical work as needed.
  • Perform on-call duties for after-hour emergencies, such as reviewing nature of emergency and determining appropriate course of action.

REQUIRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Manufacturing, a Certification in Electrical or Instrumentation & Industrial Automation, or related field is preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of industrial electrical experience, as well as experience in implementing and maintaining a preventive/predictive maintenance system.
  • Minimum of 3 years working with PLCs for troubleshooting process issues.
  • Proficient in the use of electrical test and instrumentation calibration equipment.
  • Washington State electrical journeyman license or an out of state license with the ability to pass the WA state exam is preferred.
  • Principles and practices of food manufacturing, including: food safety, quality, manufacturing concepts – Working knowledge of FDA and OSHA regulations, GMPs, Sanitation, and HACCP.
  • HACCP Certification, SQF Certification, Food Safety Programs training, ammonia training, boiler operator training, and/or pneumatics training are preferred.
  • Troubleshooting PLCs, electrical, and instrumentation is required – strong understanding of Ethernet communications highly desired.  AB, Siemens, TL, Wonderware, and/or Inductive Automation experience and mechanical systems/equipment.
  • Understanding of associated processing equipment and engineering.
  • Principles and practices of continuous improvement concepts and related application technique.
  • Pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and regulations.
  • NFPA 70 and 7OE codes.

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