Maintenance Superintendent

Company Name:
Channel Personnel Services
Channel Personnel
services
, Inc.
Brandon Mercado
281-741-0888


job
: BM91913

Maintenance Superintendent
Jackson, MS
Salary: 120,000-130,000
10% Bonus

Requirements
B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering OR Electrical Engineering
15+ years' industrial maintenance and operations supervision experience in a chemical manufacturing plant.
Experience with leading multidisciplinary project teams in preparation and implementation of capital projects or enhancements to machinery or equipment.
Experience working in a safe manner that promotes the health and well-being of the individual and the environment.
Proven track record of improvements made to maintenance methods and procedures to achieve efficient and reliable equipment.
Analytical thinking and problem solving skills.
Have solid background using PC software applications include the Microsoft office suite of products.
Be familiar with applicable codes, regulations and standards.

Job Responsibilities
Provides working knowledge and understanding of the mechanical principles and procedures on plant equipment.
Provides guidance for new project and equipment design and contractor drawings to assure compliance with applicable codes and regulations.
Provides detailed engineering support to monitor and progress the Management of Change process.
Participates in the revalidation of the Process Hazard Analyses.
Insures that changes in maintenance procedures, that are a result of modifying current equipment or a new installation, are communicated with other departments.
Manages projects as necessary for plant support.
Manage operating budget while creating short and long term project goals.
Actively participates in turnaround and/or plant shutdown activities.
Insures that proper safety procedures are specified and documented on all planned
jobs
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Oversight of the maintenance training program for career development in all crafts.
Lead efforts for improvement in reliability of rotating equipment and associated costs.
Provide leadership in improved efficient use of maintenance man-power.



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