Supervises, directs and coordinates preventative and corrective electrical and instrumentation maintenance activities for the Business Unit and other plant equipment as required. Performs supervisory functions in directing hourly maintenance crews and contractors. Assigns work to hourly maintenance crews and contractors, while ensuring that policies and procedures are known and followed by all people working on the assigned tasks. Recommends improvements in methods, equipment, operating procedures, and working conditions activities for the area and site. Initiates and coordinates the site-visits for planning and pricing quotations for projects by outside personnel and contractors.
Two year associate or four year degree with emphasis in electrical engineering or several year practical experience in electrical and instrumentation maintenance plus previous supervisory experience. A demonstrated ability to lead hourly employees and get results through others. An ability to think ahead and plan over a specific time span and prepare action plans to achieve results. Supervision and maintenance skills, including developing, mentoring, and when necessary, disciplining hourly employees. An ability to balance and achieve positive results in the areas of safety, quality, productivity, environmental compliance, cost efficiency and employee relations in a unionized environment. A team player with strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to manage multiple priorities while being fully capable of assuming assigned work in other jobs in the event of employee absences, work fluctuations, or emergency situations.