What to expect:
With the responsibility for equipment reliability, the main purpose of the Maintenance Manager is to lead, develop and implement the maintenance program, ensuring all manufacturing assets meet specific Site performance and legislative requirements.
Focused on technical expertise supporting quick technical resolution to the site to ensure customer service, safety or quality is not compromised.
One of the key accountabilities of the role is to contribute to the development of the European Supply Chain Maintenance Strategy, execution of the Maintenance Plan for complex beverage manufacturing lines to ensure all asset care schedules are achieved and assets are available for use to deliver accurate reporting and drive efficiency improvements.
You will collaborate with site leaders and technical staff to assess the effectiveness of the maintenance plan and identify any essential technical training requirements to drive performance on site.
Drive Performance Efficiency and Effectiveness by:
- Identifying opportunities for improving line utilisation and machine reliability through the maintenance plan or CI projects and providing advice and guidance to site, sharing and replicating best practices within the teams at site.
- You will engage with the Operational Excellence teams to work on key projects to drive site performance and to assist in key company improvement initiatives. There will also be technical projects that will include budgetary/CAPEX experience.
- Plan and prepare asset care interventions in a “best in class way” focusing on the quality and speed of execution both during the work and also as the line recovers from maintenance
- Apprentice Program – actively involved in the recruitment and growth of our apprentice program
Skills & Essentials:
The role requires the successful candidate to be able demonstrate driving improvements in asset care systems and improved mechanically efficiencies, alongside budget management with the ability to understand and demonstrate where to invest money to make a difference.
It is important that you do not accept the status quo and have a proven track record in driving key KBI’s with strong people management and communication skills, perform under high levels of pressure and demonstrate the ability to maintain and make sound, timely decisions, without losing sight of the bigger picture, and/or long term objectives.