Detail of : Maintenance Department Foreman Job Openings in Salinas
This position’s main functions are to direct all maintenance department crew members in the performance of their job duties. He/She will take direction from the Director of Facility Operations and the Facility Operations Supervisor. The Maintenance Foreman will make job assignments according to each employee’s skills and abilities. A primary goal of the Maintenance Foreman is to maintain all company property, facilities and equipment in proper working order. The Foreman makes job assignments, reviews progress, assesses the employees’ performance, is part of any interviews, hiring, and disciplinary action and if necessary any employee termination. The Maintenance Foreman also does long term and short term planning for regular repair and preventative maintenance. The foreman will be responsible for preparing a weekly crew schedule and reviewing and submitting employee time records.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES could include, but are not limited to, the following:
Consultation with Management
PayrollTime card review
Recruiting and Discipline of Maintenance Dept. Staff
Facility and Equipment Project Management
Inventory Control and acquiring materials
The Maintenance Foreman will coordinate with department Supervisors on the oversite of the servicing and repair of the following:
Sanitary Sewer System
Industrial Waste System
Facilities and all Cold rooms
Ice Manufacturing and Ice Delivery systems
All Mechanical Aspects of the Precooling Equipment
Storm Drain Systems and SWPPP Diversion Valves
Oversees and directs logistics of moving equipment including overseeing all crane work and heavy machinery
Streets and parking lots
EQUIPMENT USED for the job could include, but are not limited to, the following:
Brushes, sanders, paint brushes
Computer and Keyboard
Laser measuring devices
Ladders and Scaffolding
Hoists and pulleys
JOB REQUIREMENTS could include, but are not limited to, the following:
Consulting with management, supervisors and crew members, also customers and vendors
Confined Space work
Limited access work
Travel: in town, out of town, out of State, out of Country
SAFETY EQUIPMENT USED: could include, but are not limited to, the following:
Steel toe boots
As assigned by the Director of Facilities Operations or the Facilities Operations Supervisor
GENERAL JOB PERFORMANCE
Quantity of Work
The Maintenance Foreman must oversee the above duties in a manner sufficient to meet facility or customer’s needs or to management’s direction 100% of the time. The Maintenance Foreman must meet minimum standards established and communicated by management. Standards will be reviewed and may be adjusted based on operational requirements.
Make all company time, productive time. The Maintenance Foreman must be aware of the progress and demands of many projects at a time.
Quality of Work
The Maintenance Foreman must maintain high standards regarding the work of his crew, his handling of their schedule and the needs of the company. He must maintain a clean and sanitary facility and assure adherence to proper care and attention to use of all equipment. Work must always be done with the safety of the employee and other employees, visitors and the community in general at the forefront of the employees mind. The Maintenance Foreman must adhere to and enforce all safety policies and procedures at all times.
Meet job requirements in a timely manner as specified by the Management.
Education and Training
Minimum of 15 years of experience in the company or a company of similar purpose.
Additional cross-functional experience in operations and mechanical maintenance.
Strong leader with high interpersonal skills.
Experience in an organization going through rapid growth or dramatic transformation. Proven track record of delivering superior business results in a fast-moving business environment.
Strong technical leadership background with demonstrated success in leading and developing technical capabilities within an organization.
Experience in an equipment manufacturing company.
The following qualifications are desired, but not required:
Experience leading Engineering strategies for multiple sites.
Experience working in a global business.
Must have the ability to read and comprehend detailed instructions, correspondence, and memos, and be able to effectively respond to and communicate with the crew members, customers, Administration Staff, the General Manager and Upper Management.
Must have not only the basic knowledge of math (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) but also some upper level math –algebra, geometry and trigonometry. Must be able to accurately measure site plots and determine equipment placement and foot print.
Must have the reasoning ability to apply not only common sense but also be able to study a situation with a critical mind to anticipate issues that might arise and take preventative measures, to insure project success. Must be able to communicate any necessary process changes to both upper level management and the employees performing the work.
Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Walking – 50 % of the time for seconds to two minutes at a time
Climbing Ladders –1 % throughout the dayfrom six feet to twenty feet in height
Standing – 12 % throughout the day – for seconds to one minute at a time
Sitting – 12 % for seconds to ten minutes at a time
Kneeling/Crouching/Squatting/Bending – 1 % infrequently for seconds at a time
Lifting/Carrying – 1%
o single person lifting 0 to 35 pounds – seconds to minutes per day
o multi person or single person using mechanical assistance35 to 50 pounds – seconds to minutes per day
Bending – 25%
o Bending of Wrists – seconds to minutes per day
o Bending at the Waist – infrequently for seconds to minutes per day
Pushing/Pulling – less than 1%infrequently for seconds to minutes per day
Reaching – less than 1% -seconds to minutes per day
Keyboard operation/Typing – 10% minutes to hours at a time
Grasping – less than 1%
o Simple Grasp – seconds to minutes per day (writing and handling currency)
o Power Grasp – seconds to minutes per day
Fine Finger Manipulation – less than 1%seconds to minutes per day
Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Noise levelup to 110 decibels
Temperature – 30 degrees to 120 degrees
Standing, Walking and Climbing Surfaces – Wet, moist, icy and slippery surfaces including floors, ladders, platforms and catwalks
If your qualification is matched with the requirement above, please submit your online application directly through Growers Ice Company system at :
Application will be treated strictly confidential.
Only candidates that meet the above qualification will be shortlisted.
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