Plans, assigns, supervises and directs activities of subordinates. Position requires demonstration of competency for all on-the-job activities that may have a direct or indirect affect on product safety, legality and/or quality
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES/MAJOR DUTIES
# Ensures plant facility and equipment are maintained according to standards.
# Assists Director of Engineering or Engineering Superintendent in the performance of assigned duties.
# Plans, assigns and supervises work of Engineering Personnel on assigned shift.
# Trains new employees in accordance with established training programs and plant procedures. Demonstrates procedures unique to plant operations.
# Supervises and/or participates in the repair and maintenance of all plant machinery and equipment.
# Reads, understands and implements schematics and mechanical drawings.
# Maintains good employee relations.
# Promotes established safety programs and insure safe operating procedures and monitor employee compliance.
# Ensures that work areas are cleaned and organized during assigned shift.
# Ensures compliance with all Company policies and procedures (EEO, Sexual Harassment, Safety, Sarbanes Oxley, etc.
# Performs other duties which are deemed by management to be an integral part of the job, including but not limited to fulfillment of work schedules, adherence to attendance policies, and other applicable operating rules, policies and procedures.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS/REQUIREMENTS
LICENSE – License as required by state, industry, city, county (boiler, refrigeration, etc.). May be required to possess/maintain a valid license to operate applicable heavy equipment, including forklift.
MOBILITY – Physically capable of rapid, unimpeded movement to all areas of plant. Able to climb fixed and portable ladders. Able to crawl under and climb onto machinery and equipment. Able to enter and exit confined spaces.
Ability to lift and hold up to 50 pounds from floor level to 48 inches. Dexterity in fingers, arms, and hands enough to perform complex wiring, welding and written communication.
SENSORY – Ability to view product for proper size and color. Ability to distinguish color coded equipment. Vision enough to distinguish operating lights and panels on machinery and equipment. Must be able to hear and identify audible alarm systems. Must be able to hear and identify normal and abnormal equipment operating sounds. Must be able to work in 100 degree environment.
COMMUNICATION – Speech and hearing abilities that allow the individual to communicate clearly and distinctly in English (in person and via telephone) and/or other language, if required. Ability to generate written communication. Ability to read and review written communication, blue prints, wiring diagrams, schematics, etc.
OTHER – Ability to read, comprehend and practice necessary safety procedures, signs, etc. Must have ability to wear/use approved applicable safety equipment, as needed.
One or two years experience in plant maintenance and engineering. Demonstrated knowledge in Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning; Refrigeration, Welding, Electronic/Electrical Equipment repair, Industrial Equipment installation, start-up, repair, etc.
Associate Degree in Electronics/Electrical Technology and/or equivalent formal training and work experience Completion of formal management skills training program.
Thank you for your interest in this employment opportunity. Should you wish to pursue this, we will need to have you complete our Orientation, which will acclimate you to our One-Stop Center and services, and will get you registered with us – your first step to success. Orientations can be completed online at http://opp-inc.org/for-career-seekers/oppinc-workforce-center-services/oppinc-orientation/ as well as in our Resource Room located in the Opportunity Inc. One-Stop Workforce Center, 861 Glenrock Road, Suite 100 in Norfolk, just behind Military Circle Mall.
For your convenience, you can also complete the orientation at our Suffolk office on Mondays at 1:30PM (157 N. Main Street in Suffolk 757-514-7737) or our Franklin office (located at the Paul D Camp Community College Regional Workforce Development Center 100 N. College Drive).
Once your Orientation and Survey are completed, please come in to complete your intake process – intakes are held Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:30 to 12:30 or Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 to 4:00.
If you are already enrolled, please contact your Career Developer, reference the Job Order number (Job Code Number), and ask that they refer you for the position. In either case, please have a resume available to target the position in which you are interested.
Thanks again, and we look forward to seeing you at Orientation!
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