Facilities Maintenance Supervisor

Engineering/Packaging Bakersfield, California


Description

We’re starting a new chapter in our journey as Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream, now part of Froneri. Having nearly 100 years of winning experience in the U.S with a robust portfolio of powerhouse brands that consumers know and love, and the backing of a global pure-play ice cream organization, we’re poised to accelerate growth.
Headquartered in the Bay area, a hub for up and coming food trends, we focus on both the future and the present. In both our offices and our factories, we are determined to overcome obstacles, learn from failure, and raise our game. With a renewed focus on frozen treats, our tight-knit team of ambitious innovators are fully immersed in the business and encouraged to flex and make decisions quickly. We are committed to pursuing every great idea, and delivering the best ice cream experience to our consumers, when are where they want it.
Unleash your potential at Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream and discover what a sweet career has in store for you.

1. General Description: This position coordinates and supervises Maintenance Technicians based on daily support to entire site, outstanding work orders, and special/emergency requests in accordance with individual Technician’s skills and abilities. Maintain sound communication with MRO to ensure needed maintenance parts, equipment inventory reports are correct, and calculate minimum reorder levels. Compile maintenance reports such as downtime, work orders, preventative maintenance schedule, etc.. These activities are carried out to ensure management information is available in a timely and accurate manner, and to assist in scheduling daily maintenance activities in an optimum manner.

 


2. Description of Duties and Responsibilities:


2.1. Safety
2.1.1. Comply with all company safety policies and procedures
2.1.2. Take an active role to ensure that personal safety and the safety of others is never compromised
2.1.3. Strive to make our facility a safer place to work through compliance with regulatory and plant safety guidelines.
2.1.4. Conduct weekly safety meetings


2.2. Quality
2.2.1. Comply with the Good Manufacturing Practices as outlined by the plant Quality department
2.2.2. Actively participate in preventing and correcting quality related errors


2.3. Plant Citizenship and Interactions (Grooves)
2.3.1. Communicate and interact with others in a manner consistent with the company’s “Grooves” and “I Can Make A Difference Philosophies”.
2.3.2. Initiate, organize, and actively participate in team meetings, committees and task forces.
2.3.3. Exceed expectation with regard to attendance and other guidelines.


2.4. Operational
2.4.1. Supervise and coordinate the activities of Maintenance Technicians daily based on production schedule
2.4.2. Review work orders and preventative maintenance needs, taking into account such factors as priority, production schedules, and material/parts availability. Assign Technicians based on skills required.
2.4.3. Assign Maintenance Technicians in response to request from production, recognizing the areas requiring immediate response to prevent downtime.
2.4.4. Review downtime recap sheets on a daily basis and discuss with the Technicians where improvements can be made
2.4.5. Develop and distribute Preventative Maintenance schedules for equipment. Continuously re-evaluate PM schedules for optimal efficiency
2.4.6. Ensure work order assignments are completed in a timely manner
2.4.7. Develop work schedules to utilize Maintenance skills and personnel availability
2.4.8. Review requisitions with requesting Maintenance staff before signing to ensure every dollar spent is justified in the budget
2.4.9. Work on system-wide Maintenance network team to ensure coordination of activities, plans, problem-solving, and other plant wide issues
2.4.10. Participate in planning, scheduling, and supporting weekend coverage rotation as necessary
2.4.11. Develop and implement skill building plans for individuals and the department, including standard operating procedures

QUALIFICATIONS:

2.5. Specifications:
2.5.1. Minimum 3 years experience in a manufacturing environment and knowledge of Utilities/Facilities/Production equipment
2.5.2. Engineering degree or equivalent experience preferred

2.6. Competencies/Skills/Knowledge:
2.6.1. PC proficiency as well as excellent organizational and communication skills are a must
2.6.2. Ability to develop a strong maintenance team in a high performing environment
2.6.3. Strong problem solving and trouble shooting skills
2.6.4. Knowledge in automatic controls is desired
2.6.5. Project management experience
2.6.6. Planning, scheduling, and budgeting experience
2.6.7. CMMS/work order experience
2.6.8. Applied Learning - Actively participate in learning activities; quickly gain knowledge, understanding or skill; apply knowledge or skill. This attribute will address the candidate's technical knowledge of all production operations. This position also requires an understanding of computer-based information systems.
2.6.9. Building Partnerships - Identify partnership needs within 'upstream' and 'downstream' teams; explore partnership opportunities; formulate action plans; subordinate own area's goals; monitor partnership by encouraging feedback
2.6.10. Building Strategic Working Relationships - Seek opportunities by traveling to other Operations Centers with a focus on learning, benchmarking, and improvement
2.6.11. Adaptable - Adjust approach to match varied task requirements; Adjust behavior to others' styles; Change priorities to meet changing demands; Adjust quickly to new responsibilities and tasks
2.6.12. Building and Leading a Successful Team - Develop structure; Facilitate goal accomplishment; Involve others; Inform others on team; Model commitment. This dimension addresses the ability to lead others through influence, motivation and delegation while enhancing an 'I can make a difference' Grooves-based culture. The leader understands how to make the best decision and gain buy in from the team, with the main focus on improvement and taking the team to the next level.
2.6.13. Coaching - Helping employees develop their knowledge and skills; providing timely feedback, guidance, and training to help them reach goals.
2.6.14. Communication - Organize the communication; Maintain audience attention; Adjust to the audience; Ensure understanding; Adhere to accepted conventions; Comprehend communication from others. The key skills in this area are group facilitation, information sharing, ability to facilitate groups in conflict, listening, writing communication, and the use of key principles
2.6.15. Information Monitoring - Identify monitoring needs; Develop monitoring systems; Implement tracing systems; Review data
2.6.16. Planning and Organization - prioritize activities and assignments; Determine tasks and resources; Schedule appropriate amounts of time for completing work; Leverage resources. The key focus of this dimension is the ability to plan. To see what needs to be accomplished, to organize for execution and the delivery of results utilizing personal time well to maximize follow through
2.6.17. Applied Learning - Actively participate in learning activities; quickly gain knowledge, understanding or skill; apply knowledge or skill.

Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream Inc. is an equal employment and affirmative action employer and looking for diversity in qualified candidates for employment.