The Maintenance Engineer is responsible for developing and implementing processes and documentation to
support all maintenance-related activities through a team of maintenance personnel across multiple shifts.
Responsibilities include improving line efficiencies, coordinating plant projects, coordinating contractors, and
acting as a technical resource for the facility.
Establish and maintain work order, preventative maintenance, and spare-part inventory systems.
Coach, develop, train, and support plant maintenance personnel across multiple shifts.
Conduct troubleshooting tasks for operations and maintenance.
Monitor operation of equipment and provide recommendations for improved efficiency and
Plan work and establish priorities for the repair and maintenance of facilities and production lines.
Identify and develop standards for equipment repair, set up, and operation.
Monitor the purchase and inventory of spare parts and consumables.
Ensure safety controls are maintained and reliable.
Keep up-to-date documentation related to plant equipment, parts, and maintenance.
Coordinate contractors working on maintenance repairs or project installations.
Execute capital improvement projects and initiatives.
Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Working knowledge of machinery, electrical and mechanical troubleshooting
Experience managing/directing or collaborating with skilled trades
Manual skills to operate tools and equipment when necessary
Ability to adapt to changing technologies and learn functionality of new equipment and systems
Ability to follow written procedures and guidelines
Ability to work independently, manage priorities, and identify and initiate improvements
Excellent oral and written language ability
Proven problem solving and reasoning ability
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
Education and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in electrical or mechanical engineering or related field
2-5 years’ experience as a Maintenance Engineer in a manufacturing setting