Plant Engineer

Job Description

Auto req ID: 198727BR

Job Description

Leads utilities operators to achieve performance standards with regards to PM completion, troubleshooting, root cause analysis (breakdown analysis)

 Oversees and assures facility equipment reliability to minimize downtime

 Aligns team agenda with Annual Operating Plan objectives. Maintains spending to budget

 Develops others by training and coaching frontline employees - setting expectations, providing feedback and recognizing and rewarding good performance

 Develops engineering studies, scope of work for expense and capital projects

 Liaisons with engineering, resource conservation, and outside technology resources to provide technical support to the facility

 Ensures compliance with all Health & Safety regulations

 Effectively communicate throughout all levels of the organization

 Identify gaps in performance, investigate root cause effectively and efficiently, and implements counter measures to eliminate recurrence for multiple functional areas simultaneously

 Administer company policies, procedures, and the collective bargaining agreement within the department


Bachelor's Degree, preferably a B.S. in Science, Engineering, or Maintenance Technologies, or comparable work experience (at least 5+ years) in a high-speed Manufacturing environment required, preferably utilities or maintenance experience in a food and beverage environment with progressive career path

3+ years’ work experience in a utilities or maintenance supervisory position with frontline employees required

2+ years’ work experience with Boilers, HVAC, and Ammonia Refrigeration systems is required

Relocation Eligible: Not Eligible for Relocation
Job Type: Regular

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