Maintenance Supervisor

Johns Manville is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Maintenance Supervisor.
The Richmond, Indiana plant produces high volumes of quality blown wool insulation for contractors and retail customers. The Richmond plant serves the Eastern Canadian market and all but the western United States market.

o Supervise and lead 11 mechanics/electricians (8 indirect mechanics/ electricians working on shift)
o Communicating expectations and holding people accountable
o Understand and administer labor agreement
o Manage the work order backlog
o Develop weekly work order schedules
o Work with the MRO/Buyer, Maintenance Scheduler/Planner and store room attendants to support operation of the storeroom
o Drive continuous improvement
o Provide key leadership maintenance operations - take appropriate action when required
o Conduct morning toolbox meetings with crew
o Effectively communicate with employees
o Maintain and enforce good housekeeping
o Manage time and attendance ensuring overtime is supporting schedule adherence and plant needs
o Develop and maintain respectful workforce
o Administer and document training for hourly personnel
o Support compliance with environmental regulations
o Coordinate with contractors and plant personnel to execute down time effectively
o Conduct annual performance evaluations and implement developments plans
o Support and implement any special instructions provided by plant leadership team
o Support safety programs/accident investigations for maintenance; continuously monitor safety processes and compliance

o High School degree
o Special consideration given for College degree in technical related field
o Must have 3-5 years' experience in the direct maintenance supervision in a manufacturing environment
o Must be proficient with Microsoft Office
o Basic understand of PLCs
o Basic understanding of Industrial electrical components and systems
o Fundamental understanding of safety and environmental compliance
o Work order management system experience
o Experience in an union environment
o ERP/SAP experience

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