The Maintenance & Reliability Team Leader/Manager is responsible to manage the maintenance of company assets (including spare parts management) within all applicable laws and procedures while achieving maximum plant reliability and availability performance and lowest overall costs through high maintenance efficiency with engaged, high performing employees. To provide leadership, technical knowledge, partnership with operations, maintenance & reliability experience and management skills which will ensure integration of maintenance services in the attainment of short and long-term facility and group objectives. To champion cultural change focusing on increasing plant reliability and performance efficiency, while minimizing unscheduled plant interruptions and reducing scheduled downtime using continuous improvement tools to optimize the company's physical assets, processes, and strategies.
50% RELIABILITY EXCELLENCE GOVERNANCE (DEVELOP, ALIGN & IMPLEMENT RE PRACTICES & PROGRAMS)
Implementing deployment and overseeing M&R processes
Lead implementation of Best Practices for effective and efficient utilization of manpower resources ensuring compliance with Group maintenance and inventory standards and procedures
Improve EHS performance while ensuring compliance with local regulations and all Cargill policies & procedures as related to safety, environment and food safety
Promote and deploy a performance monitoring system with KPIs/metrics focusing on assets reliability improvement, failure identification and elimination
20% CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT/OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
Drive a culture that minimizes operational product loss
Deploy a continuous improvement process based on gaps identification and elimination performing Group assessments and follow up on actions
Deploy Asset Health Evaluation Model and appropriate RE tools (Cause Analysis, Op Care, etc)
Managing risk/loss potential to personnel, equipment, and plant operations.
10% COST MANAGEMENT
Implement and track facility maintenance costs in accordance with effective reliability principles to improve the overall facility results
Communicate locally and regionally performance to plan
Develop a long term reliability plan to best address facility operational improvement and sustainment
10% TEAM MANAGEMENT
Development and supervision of direct and indirect reports to achieve desired results consistent with CSST Group vision
Performance Management, Career Development Plans, Succession planning, Talent pipeline, training plans, craft skills plan to close gaps
Giving regular feedback and follows performance management process guidelines for ratings and compensation and the one-up process.
5% PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Actively contributing to capital planning process (project identification & scheduling), preparing relevant capital commitment information for assigned project work with major focus on replacement projects based on asset condition.
Ensure that maintenance resources are available to participate in the key steps of a capital project to ensure information/knowledge about equipment reliability and maintainability are transferred to the project team with major focus on LCC approach
5% Any other duties as assigned
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical or Electrical) or similar technical discipline
5 years of relevant experience in maintenance or operations
Working knowledge of Food Safety, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental regulations
Knowledgeable of basic HR practices, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Guiding Principles
Demonstrated ability to lead and influence results w/ peers, management teams and non-direct reports
Ability to communicate effectively both verbal and written within multiple levels of the organization.
Ability to organize, coordinate and accomplish multiple tasks
Demonstrated ability to build and maintain effective working relationships both internally and externally
Ability to travel as needed
Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP) certification
Formal training in Predictive Maintenance technologies (vibration, infrared thermography, motor circuit, ultrasound, non-destructive examination)
5 years direct / indirect supervisory experience
Formal training in RE principles (cause analysis, 5Y, Operator Care, RCM, FMEA, 5S)
3 years of relevant maintenance or operations supervisory experience
Experience with Corn Milling equipment and processes
Microsoft Office Suite experience
Green Belt Certification