Kinston Maintenance Planner/Scheduler
usage to maximize turns but minimize risk of using critical spares. -Approach all aspect of the work being performed with safety as the highest priority. -Provide job estimates based on craft or skills required, sequence required and number required. -Determine and identify any vendor delivered service for the work order. (i.e., contract vibration service or alignment service) -Provide a total cost estimate for the work to be performed: labor, material, and outside services. -Manage the status of work control and backlog for work order submission to work order completion. Status may include: waiting for planning, waiting parts, ready to schedule, scheduled, etc. -Verifies all material, information, tools and Labor are available prior to scheduling. -Works with Maintenance leads, supervisors and planners to determine resource availability and work to level the work force. -Develops a preliminary workforce schedule by crew ensuring all skills requirement and resource availability is met. -Actively participate in scheduling meeting with operation partners to finalize priority of work orders, optimum downtime windows, and necessary lead times. -Finalize the Maintenance resource schedule based on agreed plan with production. -Follow up and communicates schedule to all resources: maintenance, production, outside services, stores and engineering. -Issue scheduled work orders with job plan packets to supervisors. -Address any questions about the job plan packets. -Follow up with supervisors and lead to ensure that completed work job packets are turned in with improvement comments in a timely fashion. -Updates Job packets as required for the files. -Manage a backlog of work orders which require major or significant portion of the facility to be shutdown. -Continuously improves the job estimate, planning and scheduling by receiving feedback from maintenance supervisors, maintenance leads, production supervisors, engineers and production planners. -Keep accurate metrics on the performance of planning and scheduling functions and provide timely reports to the Reliability manager.
-Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in related field. -Must have 3-5 years of industrial maintenance experience. -Mechanical/electrical background is necessary. -Have adequate craft knowledge and skill to accurately estimate labor hours, material requirement and skills needed to complete a job. Must have a demonstrated ability to visualize and communicate the execution of work. -Should have good written and verbal communications skills and have demonstrated the ability to be approachable and tactful. -Ability to work with computer equipment and proficient with Microsoft Office applications. -Proficient math skills. -Good organizational skills, with demonstrated organizational and planning skills. -Demonstrated ability to write and provide simple and accurate instructions. - -Demonstrated ability to read standard blueprints, machine and process drawings. Have the ability to sketch or redline existing drawings. -Knowledge of and understand the maintenance processes and proper use of the work order system, planning and scheduling and storeroom processes. -Can manage multiple priorities or projects simultaneously and keep them progressing to completion.