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Electrical and Instrumentation Front Line Supervisor/Planner

Longview, Washington

Job ID: 58172 Industry: Engineering/Technical

Electrical and Instrumentation Front Line Supervisor/Planner 

Key Functions:

Develop and manage the capability of electrical / instrument teams to achieve business results (safety, reliability, cost, quality) and satisfy customer requirements.

Provide team and individual feedback, coaching and discipline.

Assess and coordinate development of skills.

Support facilitation of team and safety meetings.

Ensure team members understand and meet mill business needs.

Facilitate resolution of technical and personnel issues that may arise.

Promote development and compliance with mill and electrical safe work practices.

Coordinate and plan maintenance work to ensure maximum reliability of all equipment, considering safety, financial constraints, trade skills, lead times, and special equipment and repair procedures.

Maintain and improve the preventive/predictive maintenance system and follow-up to ensure safe, timely and satisfactory completion of maintenance work.

Participate in maintenance budgeting and department strategic business plan.

Inspect repairs/modifications and observe test runs to ensure safe, reliable operations.

Perform administrative duties such as preparing daily and weekly work schedules and appropriate reports for equipment/machinery and maintaining accurate payroll records.

 

Qualifications:

Working knowledge of electrical safety procedures, NEC, NFPA 70E and OSHA regulations.

Trades qualifications in related Electrical / Instrument trade such as E/I tech, E/I supervision or an Electrical Engineering degree with working knowledge of power distribution systems, DCS systems, PLCs and other controls platforms, and field electrical & instrument equipment.

Computer knowledge or skills to learn all aspects of maintenance management information system (SAP knowledge preferred). Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.

Demonstrated ability to read and interpret drawings, prepare estimates for time and materials, coordinate activities of various trades.

Ability to track/measure performance

Excellent planning and organizing abilities.

High degree of initiative, exceptional communication skills: written, oral, and listening.

Ability to lead problem solving, analyze results of Electrical / Instrument maintenance repairs to ensure mill objectives are met.

Paper/Pulp and/or Process Industry background is highly desirable.


Jacque Glover


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