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Maintenance Supervisor-2nd Shift

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Date: Jun 23, 2022

Location: Florence Township, NJ, US, NJ 08554

Company: Bonduelle

What if your job had a real impact? 

By joining Bonduelle, the world leader in ready-to-use plant-based food, you are deciding to make a positive and sustainable impact on yourself, others, and the planet. You will play an active part in our mission: "inspire the transition toward a plant-based diet to contribute to people's well-being and planet health". Bonduelle is a family-run company of 14,600 people which provides over 100 countries with vegetables. 

Well established in the United States, our business unit includes 4 production facilities with more than 3,200 associates. We process fresh vegetables, salads and meal solutions with our own brands: Ready Pac Foods®, Bistro®, Ready Snax®, Cool Cuts® and Bonduelle Fresh Picked™. Join us at Bonduelle to start an adventure where people come first and contribute to a better future through plant-based food!

 

Position Summary:

Under direction of the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance supervisor is responsible for the overall safe maintenance, repair or replacement of plant equipment and systems, to ensure maximum production quantity and quality, while supporting the policies, goals and objectives of the company.  The Maintenance Supervisor will directly oversee the 2nd Shift Maintenance and Facilities staff at the Florence, NJ location.  The Maintenance Supervisor will follow corporate policies with regards to all plant maintenance activities including storeroom operations and parts procurement, facility / maintenance and fabrication.   

 

What you will Do:

  • Requires advanced technical and working knowledge of computerized maintenance programs.

  • Must be knowledgeable of preventative maintenance techniques and have the ability to develop preventive maintenance techniques and have the ability to develop preventative maintenance programs from vendor manuals.

  • Must have excellent verbal and communication skills.

  • Must be familiar with food processing and packaging equipment and parts in general sense.

  • Must be able to interface with different levels of management and other departments to plan and schedule work (i.e. vendors, purchasing, production, and upper management to present reports).

  • Ability to plan ahead and take initiative in resolving problems.

  • Working knowledge of operating budgets and knowledge in analyzing and forecasting variances.

  • Working knowledge of personal computer spread sheet software programs.

  • Working knowledge of OSHA, FDA, and GMP requirements as they pertain to maintenance activities at a food processing facility.

  • Moderate physical effort required, entailing the use of ladders and catwalks to reach production equipment and develop meaningful scopes of work.

  • Must be proficient in electrical systems

  • Other responsibilities as requested by management


 

What you will Need:

Safety:

  • Ensures that scheduled work orders specify applicable safety procedures and list Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) requirements for performing job.

  • Responsible for scheduling, on a daily basis, five minute Safety talks.

  • Responsible for generating on a monthly basis.  All maintenance shop equipment inspections for compliance with safety requirements.

  • Promptly reports all unsafe plant conditions and takes corrective action.

  • Manpower Utilization:

  • Ensures that daily work schedules maximize the mechanic utilization, evaluates paperwork turned in and provides timely and meaningful feedback to each shift supervisor on work completed or pending.

  • Generates Manpower utilization reports to demonstrate mechanic effectiveness.

  • Prepares daily work schedules and suggest work priorities based on customer requests.

  • Communicates effectively with all Maintenance Shift Supervisors and Operations Management informed on the progress of repairs. 

  • Computerized Maintenance System

  • Maintains the DPSI software and implements program enhancements as they become available.

  • Reviews work orders for accuracy and completes equipment codes.

  • Prioritizes work orders according to requester requirements.

  • Develops a weekly maintenance work schedule, putting together the weekly and week-end maintenance work lists and communicates them to Maintenance Supervision.

  • Preventive Maintenance

  • Updates equipment routine work orders, reviews equipment manuals and enters preventive maintenance programs in the computerized maintenance system to ensure that equipment performance and reliability remains at high levels.

  • Responsible for Job Scoping activities by going to job site, estimating hours and manpower requirements and developing part requirements.

  • Plans all work orders generated by preventive maintenance inspections.

  • Develops Equipment maintenance history downtime reports using the computerized maintenance system.

  • Identifies critical parts required to maintain equipment, obtains minimum on hand requirements by talking to equipment experts and supervisors and ensures through the storeroom buyer that parts are available to minimize out-of-service time.

  • Audits existing preventive maintenance programs on an on-going basis and recommends to the Maintenance manager changes to improve reliability and reduce maintenance costs.

  • Ensures that proper sanitation is scheduled after equipment maintenance.

  • Generates work orders for maintenance shop clean up to ensure that tools and equipment are stored properly.

  • Ensures that chemicals required to complete a job are listed in our MSDS file and the work order issued informs mechanics of any precautions that need to be taken. 

Training

  • Identifies training required to perform assigned jobs effectively and makes recommendations to the Maintenance Supervisor and Manager.

  • Conducts training pertaining to the use of computerized maintenance program and the generation of work orders.

  • Cost Containment

  • Generates and distributes manpower utilization reports to be used for enhancing mechanic productivity and reduce overtime requirements.

 

Employee Relations

  • Promotes and maintains positive relationships between intermediate levels of management and maintenance associates.

  • Informs Maintenance supervisors of problems associated with equipment maintenance and parts availability.

  • Working Conditions

  • Typical maintenance working conditions.  Will frequently enter various refrigerated areas of the plant to perform maintenance activities.  Frequently stay in the refrigerated areas may be for extended periods of time.

  • Responsible for following food safety and food quality programs.

Related Success Metrics:

  • TCIR

  • OEE

  • Housekeeping

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    Overtime %

  • PMs

  • Downtime

Desired Traits:

 

 

  • Excellence- ability to deliver consistent quality results through sense of urgency and taking initiative, while also demonstrating flexibility to meet business needs.

  • People-minded- ability to foster mutual respect and positive relationships with co-workers, demonstrates listening skills and ensures physical safety of self and others.

  • Integrity- honors commitments, acts honestly and with accountability.

  • Fairness- ensures objectivity and sets a good example for others.

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  • Confidence – ability to delegate and foster a team spirit.

  • Open Mindedness – being available, being tolerant and promoting creativity.

  • Simplicity - Promoting common sense; maintaining cordial relations on a day-to-day basis 

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  • WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the associate regularly works near moving mechanical parts and is regularly exposed to temperatures between 30-40 degrees. The associate is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. 

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Bonduelle Fresh Americas requires its employees to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, where allowable under the law, unless they are approved for a reasonable accommodation. If you are unable to provide proof of vaccination, you will be required to provide proof of a COVID test on a weekly basis

 

Bonduelle Fresh Americas is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe in hiring individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to create a workforce that truly reflects our communities. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other legally protected status. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to veterans and individuals with disabilities or special needs during the application process and employment. If you need assistance, please contact us at (626) 856-8686 or bfa-info@bonduelle.com.