JOB RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS:
Under direction of the Location Leader is responsible for the planning and coordinating of all maintenance, supervising maintenance personnel and operations, improving the company’s efficiency, promoting safety, helping to achieve the company’s missions and goals, and providing outstanding customer service.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Other duties may be assigned.
Listen to, resolve the more complicated/complex maintenance complaints and concerns, and assist employees in resolving customer complaints or requests.May consult with Location Leader and other supervisors on their product quality/standards and applications needed in their operation.
Establish and communicate department goals for the maintenance team.
Demonstrate work habits that develop, build, and support the team concept within the organization.
Oversee the day-to-day workloads and assigns various job responsibilities or ensure scheduling takes place so production deadlines are met.
Meet with other supervisors, location leaders and VPs to determine various staffing needs, equipment and facility needs and monitors overall efficiency of plant, people and facilities.
Monitor employee performance and ensure all employees comply and operate location equipment in a safe manner and safety policies are being followed.
Prepare or review monthly inventory reports for distribution to Location Leader, VPs, etc., on supplies, quantity, and need.
Ensure task procedures are set forth for each job.
Ensure equipment is maintained on a regular schedule to avoid breakdowns and anticipate and plan for major overhauls requiring shut - downs.
Conduct training to ensure location meets various government standards such as OSHA, FDA and FMSA, by conducting employee meetings to inform and educate.
Implement protocol and develop procedures for location to meet company guidelines.
Able to handle most of the day-to-day employee relations issues independently and effectively.
Attend managerial training as required.
Extensive knowledge in feed and grain handling equipment. Including, but not limited to: belt legs, chain conveyors, Watchdog systems (bearing temperature, rub, slack chain, alignment, and plug sensors), screw conveyors, bearing replacement and repacking, air compressors, and micro motions
Must have valid driver license and ability to obtain Class A CDL.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year College or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional training in supervisory skills, agronomic background and budgeting desired.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Immediately
LOCATION: Ag Partners (Sheldon - Feed)