The Maintenance Planner develops, communicates and executes maintenance plans and master schedules to effectively utilize plant resources (material, labor and capacity).
Works closely with Operations, Engineering, Quality, and other internal and external customers to resolve issues to ensure that detailed maintenance activity schedules (according to the requirements of the area, project load and maintenance activities) are met.
Develops detailed plans for extensive equipment repairs and overhauls; maintains oversight of the job plan / task library within the CMMS; and provides initial resource and activity leveling.
The Maintenance Planner in a scheduler role oversees and issues detailed schedules, informational documentation, and job plan tasks for maintenance, engineering, and partner organizations.
Develops and identifies continuous improvement opportunities and participates in cross-functional projects in support of plant objectives and goals with an emphasis on lean methodology and consistent with lean principles.
Assists with developing and monitoring area shutdown planning as applicable. Works with all site functions to develop procedures and work practices.
Develops detailed resource/job task plans for production area shutdowns:
Develops shutdown/maintenance work plans to incorporate production, project, and maintenance work.
Determines labor and skills required to complete work.
Provides job scope and labor hours estimation.
Develops job plan and associated tasks necessary for completion of work.
Works with MRO team to ensure identification, acquisition, and kitting of parts; collection of tools, documentation, and procedures are completed in preparation for shutdown/maintenance activities.
Develops detailed schedules of upcoming work associated with future shutdowns in conjunction with operations schedule to minimize equipment downtime.
Assist, where required, craftsman/MRO teams in determining if scope changes can be completed without disrupting schedule.
Maintains CMMS system task library.
Develops job plan tasks for major equipment repairs and overhauls.
Provides oversight and updates to the job plan task library.
Ensures estimated hours within the system are maintained up to date to ensure accurate job planning and scheduling.
Recommends work schedules which balance and level Maintenance workloads and resources in order to optimize labor utilization.
Reviews and analyzes responsible area PM load.
Maintains oversight of overall maintenance backlog to ensure accurate scheduling.
Recommends opportunities for resource leveling to ensure work completion in the shortest amount of time.
Maintains the Maintenance Scheduling System.
Initiates out-of-frequency reports for any PMs not completed within established due dates.
Submits PM and BOM addition/modification/deletion requests based on task list and spare part requirements; and when applicable, instrument calibration requirements.
Participates in shutdown preparation and progress meetings with Maintenance, Engineering, and Operations when applicable.
Associate's Degree in a technical or business related field with a minimum of 5 years of experience, BS degree with a minimum of 2 years of experience, or Minimum of 8 years of experience working within a regulatory compliant engineering and maintenance organization. CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) for managing asset/instrumentation master data records and work order process systems is a plus.
Advanced computer skills in CMMS, Excel, Word, Data Warehouse Reporting Systems, Cognos or SAP/BI, Document Management System (PDOCs, Livelink), SAP/EAMS/Maximo or similar, and proven electronic data/records management experience is required.
Knowledge of FDA and/or GMP policies and procedures are required.
Physical Demands: standing, walking, climbing stairs, lifting / lowering up to 50 lbs, desk/ computer work.
Work Environment: Area safety precautions and requirements must be adhered to.
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