Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation Manager

Marietta, PA
Aug 14, 2022
Aug 17, 2022
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Site Name: USA - Pennsylvania - Marietta Posted Date: Jul 7 2022 As the Electrical & Instrumentation Manager, you will be accountable for the safe maintenance, energy efficiency, and reliability of all electrical systems and instrumentation systems. This position is accountable for the leadership and development of the electrician team and the instrument technician team. This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead key activities to progress YOUR career. These responsibilities include some of the following: Develop a safety and quality mindset on the part of all electricians and instrument technicians with a goal of zero accidents, incidents, injuries, illnesses, or defects. Supervise day to day activities of technicians; including recruitment and selection, performance objectives, development objectives, performance feedback/evaluations and induction related to policies and procedures. Drive the building of a well-qualified team. Provide training and skill development opportunities to staff. Author, review, revise, and approve operational and maintenance SOPs for all relevant systems. Provide functional expertise and develop technology forums to exchange best practices with site organization to establish implementation of maintenance policies and standards. Develop, manage and create energy monitoring and conservation program for electrical systems, building monitoring, green alternatives, and options for capital projects and ensuring site meets corporate goals and initiatives. Manage compliance of electrical equipment and calibration systems and ensure readiness for inspection. Provide adequate support to inspected departments and manage CAPA process from inspections or audits of Technical Services within assigned facility. Manage closure of deviations associated with equipment or systems within the TS scope of responsibility. Ensure that there are no overdue work orders or CAPAs that are the responsibility of the electrical and instrumentation department. Provide technical and commercial input in procedures for sub-contractors, contractors and vendors selection. Manage contracts and act as key contact for electrical equipment and calibration system contractors. Develop short term and long-term strategy in supplier selection consistent with Tech Services site strategy for maintenance and spare parts. Evaluate and optimize electrical systems spare parts inventory and preventative/predictive maintenance program. Develop and maintain electrical safety training program for the site. Perform the responsibilities of the site technical authority for electrical engineering, include equipment and system specification review for electrical components and systems. Partner with the electrical utility to ensure safe and reliable operation of electrical infrastructure, coordinate shutdowns and continuously improve the energy efficiency of the Marietta site. Develop and manage annual budget for electrical maintenance, instrument calibration. Coordinate budgeting with the enterprise facility management contractor, as necessary. Perform all job responsibilities in compliance with applicable EHS and GMP regulations, guidelines, policies, standard operating procedures, and industry practice and Industrial Excellence initiatives. Why you? Basic Qualifications: We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or an alternative engineering or scientific specialization 3+ years experience designing or maintaining electrical systems and prior experience with a computerized maintenance management system Preferred Qualifications: If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus: Knowledgeable of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs) preferred. Ability to manage through uncertainty and change. Experience working in a team environment and demonstrated ability to accomplish team goals preferred. Experience utilizing lean and 6-sigma tools, such as DMAIC, 5 whys, FMEA, cause & effect diagrams; 6-Sigma black belt preferred. Experience with SAP and prior experience with automated systems preferred. 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