Maintenance Supervisor Job Page - Winter Equipment Company

Maintenance Supervisor

Maintenance Supervisor

The Maintenance Supervisor will work under the direction of the Plant Supervisor.  The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for performing or supervising the performance of employees to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain production and facility equipment. Also responsible for performing or supervision of the grounds and building maintenance at all WE facilities.

Experience Required

  • High School Diploma/GED and completion of a mechanical, electrical or industrial maintenance apprenticeship, or 5 years of production maintenance experience
  • Supervisory Experience
  • Experience with welding
  • Problem Solving Skills
  • Teamwork Oriented

Maintenance Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • Supervise, schedule and coordinate the activities of the maintenance staff
  • Perform highly diversified duties to install and maintain production machines and the plant facility’s equipment
  • Provide unscheduled repairs of production equipment during production
  • Perform scheduled maintenance repairs of production equipment during machine service
  • Maintain a schedule of when maintenance has been performed and when next service is due
  • Perform simple machinist duties and responsibilities
  • Read and interpret equipment manuals to perform required maintenance and service
  • Diagnose problems, replace or repair parts, test and make adjustments
  • Contact and schedule vendors and contractors for necessary repairs and emergencies that are outside the scope of routine maintenance
  • Purchase tools and any supplies needed for the equipment or production employees
  • Coordinates training sessions for equipment with employees as needed
  • Inspect equipment on a regular basis to comply with the company safety policies
  • Comply with OSHA safety regulations and maintain a clean and orderly work area

Publicly Available Cost Information / Transparency in Coverage

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