MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR PLANT 1 – INEOS PIGMENTS at INEOS Pigments in Ashtabula, OH
At INEOS Pigments, we value the contribution of our people in making us one of the largest producers of titanium dioxide in North America. Providing numerous products and services to industries around the globe, from coatings to plastics to paper and other end-uses, we invest in employee development and offer a wide range of career opportunities, offering everyone the chance to broaden their experience and build a professionally rewarding career. Our Ashtabula, Ohio Complex, consisting of two plants on the south shore of Lake Erie, is a state of the art manufacturing complex with leading technology and more than 45 years of manufacturing excellence.
Maintenance Supervisor-Plant 1: Ensure that all work is done in accordance with developed standards, procedures and applicable codes. Work activity must comply with departmental policies and procedures, ISO procedures (where applicable), and the collective bargaining agreement; Coordinate Maintenance activities with the Operations Department, Planner / Scheduler, I&E Supervision, and other personnel as appropriate. Maintain on going communications with the above parties concerning job status, problems that may arise, and recommended solutions; Ensure the requirements of PSM, Occupational Health Safety Regulations and the respective Corporate Policies are understood such that all operations are conducted safely and in accordance with appropriate requirements; Develop, coordinate and issue daily instructions for personnel to meet all day-to-day plant objectives with respect to safety, environmental control, efficiency, reliability and productivity; Stays focused on the long-term goals of the Company while taking responsibility for daily results and driving improvements in safety, environmental, quality, cost and reliability along with the implementation of changes in policies and procedures; Assign employees to scheduled work, assist establishing work priorities and standards, and ensure the safe and timely completion and follow-up of required activities; Conduct monthly safety meetings and toolbox talks with employees, and ensure the ongoing compliance of safety rules, safe work practices, and housekeeping; Coach and encourage technicians, foster teamwork and pride in the crew, communicate plant goals, standards and direction, and ensure accountability; Foster teamwork across the maintenance organization and with all other functional groups to ensure activities are well-aligned and maximizing impact; Direct maintenance mechanics in the safe, reliable, and cost-effective execution of maintenance, and plant activities.
This is a salaried day shift exempt position.
“Must adhere to the INEOS Pigments Process Safety and Behavioral Principles and Life Saving Rules”
INEOS Pigments offers a competitive salary with an annual bonus and a comprehensive benefits package, including paid time off, medical, dental, vision, short-term disability, long-term disability with the buy-up option, basic life and AD&D insurance with a buy-up option for self and dependents, 401(k) with company match.
You should possess: HS diploma or equivalent. Associates degree in Mechanical Engineering desired or equivalent study; Minimum of 5 years of related experience is desired to ensure a strong understanding of operating environments and the main activities of the Maintenance group; Must possess a strong knowledge of manufacturing plant process; Strong working knowledge of safety, environmental and emergency response requirements; Functionality with various computer programs (SAP, word, excel, etc.); Strong working knowledge of maintenance department practices; Working knowledge of chemical plant mechanical drives, pump and piping systems strongly considered; Knowledge of plant maintenance experience with a union represented workforce is highly recommended; Experience in a leadership role is desired to develop and demonstrate the leadership competencies required; Good verbal and written communication skills, and ability to promote / maintain cooperative relationships among employees, peers and supervisors.