Supervisor de TPM (Electronic Test Equipment)

Ingenieria Matamoros, Tamaulipas


Description

Total Productive Maintenance Supervisor (Electronic Test Equipment)

 Essential Functions 

  • Supervise the Total Productive Maintenance function in the test engineering department.
  • Manage Total Productive Maintenance for electronic test setups, test equipment, and fixtures.
  • Ensure all work is conducted in accordance with safety policies and procedures
  • Implement and oversee TPM Strategy within the plant
  • Implement autonomous maintenance with plant production
  • Monitor and prioritize service requests and tasks. Identify and expedite emergencies, and monitor workload throughout the day to ensure tasks are completed timely and efficiently
  • Responsible for all inventory levels of spare parts and supplies; place orders as necessary
  • Communications
    • Present technical information
    • Partner with stakeholders to ensure consistent and steady progress in accordance with TPM Strategy
    • Collaborate with stakeholders; keep management team updated on TPM program status
    • Function as the primary point of contact for all site TPM inquiries and communications
    • Partner with other facilities/managers to benchmark best practices in developing TPM methodologies
    • Partner with steering teams to identify and remove roadblocks and bottlenecks
  • Work with Preventive and Corrective Maintenance technicians to develop operator checklists
  • Audit Preventive and Corrective Maintenance process
  • Develop and monitor TPM metrics
  • Manage program health and address non-compliance
  • Support 6S system

Skills/Requirements

Qualifications

  • Strong listening and communication skills; verbal and written skills in English and Spanish.
  • Strong ability to accurately analyze and interpret data and apply action plans
  • Proven ability to make sound, data-driven decisions
  • Strong organizational and prioritization skills
  • Strong conflict management and negotiation skills
  • Proven ability to develop and coach team members
  • Demonstrated ability to partner successfully with other groups and build strong peer relationships
  • Demonstrated ability to develop and promote technical expertise
  • Proven ability to solicit feedback/input and analyze success/failure
  • Proven ability to identify, understand and mitigate risk before making critical decisions
  • Good understanding of Lean/Continuous Improvement Methodologies
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Power Point
  • Ability to lead, coach and mentor a small group/team
  • Ability to effectively lead training in a classroom setting
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Ability to solve problems independently
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong ability to drive multiple complex projects to completion at the same time

 Preferred Education and Experience

  • Electrical or Mechatronic Engineering
  • 5+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment
  • 5+ years of experience working with the implementation and oversight of TPM initiatives in a manufacturing environment
  • 5+ years of experience leading process improvement projects