Maintenance Supervisor

Requisition ID: 21963

Posting Locations: Memphis


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Maintenance Supervisor


REFRESH your career by joining our exceptional Maintenance team! Coca-Cola Consolidated, the largest bottler in the U.S., is looking for a Maintenance Supervisor!


Things you should know about working as a Maintenance Supervisor:


The first level, Maintenance Supervisor is tactical or focused on the current week and is responsible for the Day to Day operations of the Maintenance Department and team. The supervisor manages the response to all emergency and urgent work in the current week. This individual is responsible for determining the available hours in future weeks to create the “scheduling bucket” and completing the scheduled work in the current week. Being responsible for the technicians under his or her report, the supervisor assigns technicians names to the scheduled tasks or work orders.


What would success look like?


Effectively supports and participates in established best practices through the Management System initiatives to include ISO and KORE Standards.

Supports Key Business Indicators as defined by local leadership and Maintenance System Requirements

Provides continued technical and Proactive System based training that supports "Best In Class" Customer Service, improved Asset Reliability, and reduced unscheduled Line downtime as a direct result of maintenance planning and scheduling deficiencies.

Incorporates the Continuous Improvement Process and Root Cause Analysis methods toward improving asset reliability and sustaining a Pro-Active Maintenance Environment.

Manages and tracks both scheduled and emergency work through direct reports.

Schedules and provides technical, safety, and system-related training

Provides strong leadership in the areas of technical competencies, Scheduling and Planning of Maintenance, and Parts Room Management

Possess a strong understanding of Programmable Logic Controllers, PLC Networking, Hydraulics, Electrical, and Beverage Equipment Operations and repair.

Possess the ability to manage both in house and capital projects from the scheduling of (Contractor, Vendor, and Production related projects) to the projects financial impact on the plants various costs centers or Capital Budgeting Process.

Manage Contractors and vendors as required.

Work closely with the Risk Management Team on the Coca-Cola Consolidated Contractor Management Policy.

Support all Quality and Food Safety initiatives.


Qualifications:


5 years of work experience in the Food Processing, Beverage, Dairy, or Brewing Industry

Direct experience working in a Proactive Maintenance System environment is preferred

Possessing a 2-year degree in a technical field such as engineering or equivalent Trade Schooling is preferred.

Direct work experience troubleshooting both electrical and mechanical systems and equipment.


All candidates will be subject to pre-employment testing: Background Check, Drug Screen, and Physical Abilities Test (if applicable).


Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.