The Maintenance Superintendent at this sawmill in California will manage maintenance and maintain direct communications with the maintenance supervisor and all other management in other departments regarding maintenance needs.
Job#180412MS– Maintenance Superintendent – Sawmill – California
Location: United States
Wage: $80-100k/year depending on experience
Education Required: BS Degree in Engineering preferred
Years Experience Required: Sawmill maintenance management/supervision experience required 5+ years of manufacturing experience in the areas of reliability methods and techniques.
- Oversee the servicing, repairing, and preventative maintenance of equipment in the sawmill, planer mill, bark plant, and power plant.
- Manage and work on equipment and machinery as necessary to maintain production demands.
- Schedule maintenance and service:
- Maintain preventative maintenance program and documentation
- Maintain work order log, safety recommendation work list, and insurance recommendations.
- Maintain service records.
- Maintain vendor files and reference books.
- Supervise millwrights, welders, oilers, and other maintenance personnel in conjunction with your supervisor(s):
- Schedule work times.
- Delegate work.
- Insure quality and quantity of work performed.
- Fill out employee absence reports, tardy slips, and evaluation forms.
- Maintain timecards and cost accounting records.
- Promote training, and enforce safe work practices.
- Enforce lock-out plant wide safety program.
- Assist electrical department and truck shop department during absence of supervisor in those departments, per instruction of management.
- Keep maintenance workshop area organized and sanitary.
- Keep area neat as possible.
- Keep work areas safe with maintaining proper tools and equipment.
- Responsible for purchasing parts, supplies, tools, and materials necessary to meet demands of maintaining the plant:
- Select and specify what is to be purchased.
- Maintain approved inventory levels.
- Keep inventory of parts, supplies, tools, and materials in an organized and safe manner.
- Coordinate equipment and facilities maintenance and repair with department supervisors.
- Communicate operator abuse problems and coordinate discipline.
- Coordinate maintenance and service for adequate and appropriate time.
- Keep safety a priority and maintain safe working conditions.
- Attend supervisor safety meetings and conduct tail-gate safety meetings crew.
- Document meetings and submit to safety director.
- Maintain current material safety data sheet (msds) files.
- Enforce all OSHA and company required safety rules and regulations including lock-out policy, hardhat policy, steel-toed boot policy, etc.
- Know your duties outlined in the emergency evacuation plan and fire prevention plan.
- Maintain a paper trail. Fill out necessary paperwork for personnel department, payroll department, plus accident reports and investigations, tardiness and absence reports, warnings, training documentation, etc.
- Supervise outside service contractors. Make sure “certificates of insurance” are current, and enforce company safety rules while contractors are performing work on company property.
- Perform other reasonably related duties as necessary as assigned by management.
- Overtime as business needs arise.
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