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Mobile Equipment Supervisor

Company Name:
United Employment Associates, LLC
Responsibilities:
Ensure equipment and plant availability through effective and efficient scheduling of maintenance and repair.
Assign and schedules work.
Develop preventative and predictive maintenance schedule based on trends and historical data.
Ensure compliance with all safety and environmental regulations and programs.
Coordinate teams for the purpose of improving performance and procedures development.
Ensure that tools and resources are readily available to personnel.
Develop and maintains relationships with vendors and operations management.
Develop budgets and business plan.
Manage plant and mobile equipment maintenance cost.
Assist with the evaluation of capital expenditures.
Utilize various analytical techniques to monitor, measure and prioritize improvements to process equipment in order to meet or exceed production goals and quality expectations.
Facilitate process improvements and problem-solving using lean concepts and team involvement.
Set up systems to implement preventive and predictive maintenance processes.
Reporting and recordkeeping as required.
Qualifications:
Associates Degree in related field.
Minimum of 5 years of experience industrial equipment and plant repair technology.
Supervisory experience.
Proficient in Word and Excel.
Customer service skills.
Ability to clearly and concisely communicate long and short range maintenance plan to maintenance personnel and equipment operators.
Knowledge of safety and environmental procedures.
Ability to read, write and speak English language.
Valid driver's license.

Candidates that possess the basic qualifications of the position are encouraged to apply by emailing their resume as a MS Word attachment to with the following subject line "Mobile Equipment Supervisor". Candidates that do not possess the basic qualifications stated above will not be considered. Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, females and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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