The Facilities Manager assures through preventative and predictive maintenance reliable plant operations and mobile equipment functionality. Execution of the preventative maintenance program utilizing CMMS software to analyze equipment repair histories, and establish planned maintenance activities. Provide direct support in planning major overhauls, rebuilds, repair or replacement of mobile equipment. Coordinate facility repair, upgrade, or replacement of facilities and facility support equipment utilizing internal and external resources. Ensure appropriate parts and materials are available as required to facilitate repairs and projects. Coordinate all activities associated with the fire safety/equipment systems and programs in accordance with the NPFA (National Fire Prevention Association) and OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Administration) regulations. The position reports directly to the Maintenance Superintendent.
Support and administer the Company Safety Program.
Communicate with all departments and shifts via written and verbal media.
Develop standardized equipment identification to be entered into the CMMS system.
Plan, schedule and evaluate corrective and preventive maintenance activities for effectiveness utilizing the CMMS system.
Complete periodic audits and utilize CMMS data to track equipment condition, and predict end of lifecycle.
Research, locate and procure all mobile material handling and miscellaneous transport equipment as requested by the superintendent.
Monitor and assist the HVAC contractors to control and maintain the plant wide temperature through the use of temperature control and ventilation equipment utilization.
Review (annually at a minimum) and negotiate contracts with all outside vendors/contractors then review results and make recommendations with the superintendent.
Serve as the primary contact for the supervision and coordination of activities for contracted facility services.
Monitor work progress and communicate status to appropriate personnel.
Annual review and update of the facility wide electrical arc flash requirements.
Support Green environmental initiatives including but not limited to: recycling and waste reduction.
Compressed air system maintenance, repair and end of lifecycle replacement, as well as systems optimization.
Testing of emergency response equipment
Conduct ongoing (daily) inspection of high and common potential fire hazards tour.
Ensure accessibility to fire equipment, including responding to fire panel code issues.
Inspect and document the condition of fire equipment, elevators and systems, as required annually.
Record and monitor sprinkler control valves and locations, ensure proper functionality monthly.
Establish, conduct and maintain fire prevention program, including fire extermination training.
Authorize welding permits, including quarterly permits in long-term areas.
Serve as company liaison to city fire department and corporate insurance provider.
Administer the repair, replacement, re-tag, order and maintenance all fire extinguishers, including record of locations.
Travel to outlying company properties or warehouse locations to perform inspections as necessary.
Identify and provide necessary and appropriate documented training for employees.
Other Duties as designated by company management.
High school diploma or equivalent.
5 years of industrial facilities maintenance experience, fire prevention, fire safety and NFPA registration.
Working knowledge of mobile equipment including forklifts, and other various materials handling equipment.
Experience with High voltage and mid voltage substation equipment, including required level 1,2 & 3 electrical safety training.
SD Myers transformer school or equivalent training.
Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, including developing spreadsheets for data analysis.
Knowledge of National Electrical code and Federal, State and County building codes.
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to read blueprints, schematics, electrical diagrams, as well as maintain the electrical one line diagram for the facility.
Knowledgeable in electrical (including generators), mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic processes and equipment.
Experience in maintenance work and materials controls.
Strong administrative and organizational skills
Ability to lift 50 pounds
Knowledge of, or ability to quickly learn fire systems, laws, building codes and fundamental OSHA regulations.