1. Analyze and determine equipment failures for root causes and recommend solutions.
• Utilize predictive maintenance tools including vibration analysis, oil analysis, infrared testing, electrical monitoring, etc. to maximize equipment reliability.
• Use CMMS as a tool to improve equipment reliability and identify previous equipment failures and repairs.
• Participate in decisions to rebuild, repair, or replace equipment.
2. Continue to improve and maintain Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) program.
• Develop, analyze and improve Preventative Maintenance (PM) procedures.
• Train skilled trades and operators on technical issues, operator PMs and similar TPM initiatives.
• Engage employee involvement in TPM by leading equipment improvement teams.
• Knowledge and concepts of six sigma, TPM, and lean manufacturing concepts.
• Identify and implement methods to optimize management of lubrication.
• Assess effectiveness of TPM program by analyzing performance measures such as cost avoidance data.
3. Assist in various equipment improvement and maintenance projects.
• Manage plant capital and repair projects.
• Develop methods to improve storeroom effectiveness.
• Participate in determining spares strategy.
4. Supervise department employees on as-needed basis
• Fill in for department supervisors who are absent.
• Plan and assign work to hourly employees.
• Resolve employee issues through problem resolution, guidance from peers, and reliance of policies and procedures.