Maintenance & Reliability Manager

  • Company:
    Cargill
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / monthly
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    1 week ago
  • Category:
    General Labour

Position Overview: The Maintenance & Reliability Manager is responsible for the continued implementation and leadership of maintenance and reliability strategy for the site. This role will lead the maintenance team in the ongoing pursuit of reliability and proactive maintenance. This role will be responsible for overall plant maintenance including planning, contractor/vendor management, partnering with production to prioritize work, leading practice application and MRO purchasing and inventory management. This role will create and promote a team-building environment that promotes stakeholder enthusiasm and innovation. Principal Accountabilities: 40% – People Management: Create an environment where all employees are expected to be active members of the team. Involve employees in the business and hold them accountable to expectations. Recognize and celebrate successes. Challenge people to be better than they thought possible. Create opportunities for growth and development. Nourish the culture of precision maintenance, ensuring that all craftspeople are equipped with the requisite skills to be certain of success for themselves and the facility. 30% – Reliability Excellence & Maintenance Management: Supports the deployment of Reliability Excellence processes and ensures the reliability culture is foundational to operations. Enforces common reliability processes and metrics (focus on eliminating the root-cause of reliability problems, etc) to achieve targeted results from continuous improvement practices, and validates the importance of Reliability. Provide the necessary planning to ensure the reliability of the plant and associated systems by use of various predictive and preventative maintenance programs. Develop and implement strategies to identify, prioritize, and implement proactive maintenance and asset reliability improvement processes and projects. Responsible for the facility maintenance budget and for using maintenance and reliability principles to improve the facility costs and productivity. 15% – Safety/Risk Management: -Partners with Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) and Food Safety Quality and Regulatory (FSQR) experts to implement the most effective approach for complying with corporate policies and procedures. Health and Safety: Champions a culture of zero injury and illness. Environmental: Understands and proactively avoids environmental impact and potential risks to the business. Food Safety: Directly monitors risks associated with products. -Ensures GFSI/HACCP/FDA standards and requirements are met in all food processes. -Educates and trains workforce in food safety fundamentals and completes safety and good manufacturing practices (GMP) audits. 15% – Operational Excellence/Continuous Improvement: Champions a culture that promotes operational excellence. Collaborate with other locations to ensure leading practice sharing. Recommends process improvements and supports business case for new investments/innovations. Identifies opportunities for continuous improvements applicable to the entire business. Position Overview: The Maintenance & Reliability Manager is responsible for the continued implementation and leadership of maintenance and reliability strategy for the site. This role will lead the maintenance team in the ongoing pursuit of reliability and proactive maintenance. This role will be responsible for overall plant maintenance including planning, contractor/vendor management, partnering with production to prioritize work, leading practice application and MRO purchasing and inventory management. This role will create and promote a team-building environment that promotes stakeholder enthusiasm and innovation. Principal Accountabilities: 40% – People Management: Create an environment where all employees are expected to be active members of the team. Involve employees in the business and hold them accountable to expectations. Recognize and celebrate successes. Challenge people to be better than they thought possible. Create opportunities for growth and development. Nourish the culture of precision maintenance, ensuring that all craftspeople are equipped with the requisite skills to be certain of success for themselves and the facility. 30% – Reliability Excellence & Maintenance Management: Supports the deployment of Reliability Excellence processes and ensures the reliability culture is foundational to operations. Enforces common reliability processes and metrics (focus on eliminating the root-cause of reliability problems, etc) to achieve targeted results from continuous improvement practices, and validates the importance of Reliability. Provide the necessary planning to ensure the reliability of the plant and associated systems by use of various predictive and preventative maintenance programs. Develop and implement strategies to identify, prioritize, and implement proactive maintenance and asset reliability improvement processes and projects. Responsible for the facility maintenance budget and for using maintenance and reliability principles to improve the facility costs and productivity. 15% – Safety/Risk Management: -Partners with Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) and Food Safety Quality and Regulatory (FSQR) experts to implement the most effective approach for complying with corporate policies and procedures. Health and Safety: Champions a culture of zero injury and illness. Environmental: Understands and proactively avoids environmental impact and potential risks to the business. Food Safety: Directly monitors risks associated with products. -Ensures GFSI/HACCP/FDA standards and requirements are met in all food processes. -Educates and trains workforce in food safety fundamentals and completes safety and good manufacturing practices (GMP) audits. 15% – Operational Excellence/Continuous Improvement: Champions a culture that promotes operational excellence. Collaborate with other locations to ensure leading practice sharing. Recommends process improvements and supports business case for new investments/innovations. Identifies opportunities for continuous improvements applicable to the entire business. Required: Bachelor’s degree or higher or 5 years of equivalent experience in food operation/processing and/or manufacturing environments in lieu of a degree Minimum 3 years of leading teams in a labor intensive manufacturing environment (maintenance, engineering, operations, etc) Ability to travel as needed, typically less than 10% Must be legally entitled to work for Cargill in Canada Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Engineering or related field, and/or equivalent technical certification Certified Maintenance Reliability Profession (CMRP) certification Knowledge of asset condition monitoring technologies (for example, vibration, infrared, ultrasound, machinery lubrication) Clear understanding of Asset Health & Work Management processes and working knowledge of reliability practices HACCP or FSSC 22000 experience SAP experience Strong data analysis capabilities including continuous improvement experience or certifications Success Factors: Strong communication (verbal and written) – ability to get message across to a variety of audiences. Strong people management & team building skills – ability to engage, develop and motivate a workforce. Strong problem solving skills in complex environments Strong leadership and influencing skills Strong computer literacy and eagerness to learn or ability to execute in Maximo and/or SAP systems Failure mode effect analysis and/or root cause analysis mindset and/or facilitation experience Required: Bachelor’s degree or higher or 5 years of equivalent experience in food operation/processing and/or manufacturing environments in lieu of a degree Minimum 3 years of leading teams in a labor intensive manufacturing environment (maintenance, engineering, operations, etc) Ability to travel as needed, typically less than 10% Must be legally entitled to work for Cargill in Canada Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Engineering or related field, and/or equivalent technical certification Certified Maintenance Reliability Profession (CMRP) certification Knowledge of asset condition monitoring technologies (for example, vibration, infrared, ultrasound, machinery lubrication) Clear understanding of Asset Health & Work Management processes and working knowledge of reliability practices HACCP or FSSC 22000 experience SAP experience Strong data analysis capabilities including continuous improvement experience or certifications Success Factors: Strong communication (verbal and written) – ability to get message across to a variety of audiences. Strong people management & team building skills – ability to engage, develop and motivate a workforce. Strong problem solving skills in complex environments Strong leadership and influencing skills Strong computer literacy and eagerness to learn or ability to execute in Maximo and/or SAP systems Failure mode effect analysis and/or root cause analysis mindset and/or facilitation experience