This OMC role will be responsible for leading the Manufacturing Work Systems, including the 14 Batch Digesters, Blow Heat Accumulator and Evaporators, Brown Stock, Bleach Plant, and CLO2 Areas.
The Operations Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for the leadership and coordination of area maintenance activities to meet area goals in Safety, Equipment Reliability, Uptime, 5S, spending, and environmental compliance. The OMC will lead shutdown planning activities from planning through execution and ensure precision maintenance goals are achieved. The OMC has primary responsibility for the communication and coordination activities between operations, engineering, construction and maintenance groups to ensure required precision maintenance work is executed completely.
The OMC is key position in the MWS (Manufacturing Work System) process between maintenance and operations.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Owns and facilitates the Manufacturing Work System (MWS) process.
- Sets the expectation that work is executed IAW the MWS process.
- Drives the efforts of the area team in being disciplined in the process.
- Responsible for “What” work gets planned and scheduled to ensure process reliability.
- Responsible for “When” the work gets scheduled to ensure process reliability.
- Responsible for developing and distributing the combined operations, maintenance, contractor outage schedules utilizing Critical Path Method (CPM)
- Determines whether break-in work is justified and tracks schedule adherence and break-ins.
- Work with operations supervisors to prepare and execute all equipment LOTO to ensure the safety of all personnel and equipment.
- Manage successful on time shutdowns from start to finish.
- Coordinates with Maintenance Supervisors to ensure all work is prioritized and scheduled.
- Will monitor checkbook spending to maintain within monthly budgeted balances as it relates to repairs and expenditures.
- Writes and approves purchase requisitions
- Leads the daily diamond team (MWS) meetings.
- Lead monthly/annual outage meetings and ensure project cost, scope and timelines are within budget and effectively executed.
- Works with Operations and Maintenance teams to identify work for the area and generate work notification requests based on need and priority for the day/week.
- Reviews & approves all new work notifications, to ensure prioritization of all work is established.
- Establish/review Basic Care reports and finds to generate work requests for corrective action
- Responsible for insuring all requests are correctly prepared with the following criteria;
- Work request contains detailed and necessary information and documentation
- Work notifications has the correct equipment location and work type
- Realistic priority, target completion date is consistent with the overall needs of the area
- Determines if improvement, indirect, work is expense versus capital and takes actions accordingly
- Utilizes up-to-date backlog reports to coordinate maintenance activities in the area. Uses this backlog as a guide to specify planned work to be scheduled.
- Identify and work with Engineering on Capital projects.
- Follows up with Maintenance Supervisors on work being performed by maintenance, and contractors in the area of responsibility ensuring efficient execution and completion.
- Works with Maintenance and Operations to prioritize work
- Works with the Maintenance Planner in detailed planning for daily, weekly and shutdown process.
- Takes steps to have engineering involved in chronic problems addressed to identify RCFA and resolve
- Being a technical resource for solving chronic and repeat failures, with reliability engineer
- Develop/maintain chronic equipment list, and “when down do list” and uses it for resource allocation and scheduling.
- Develops preventative maintenance (PM) procedures in coordination with original equipment manufacturer (OEM), subject matter experts (SMEs), engineers, supervisors and craftsmen.
- Reviews effectiveness and frequency of PMs
- Ensures PM and Lubrication routes are scheduled and validates the work as complete
- Ensures RCFA process is integrated into the MWS process
- Actively drives Precision Maintenance into the organization and supports the development of Precision Maintenance procedures
Required Skills & Competencies:
- Must have at least five years of experience (operations or maintenance)
- B.S. degree in a technical field or 20+ years of progressive operations experience. Engineering field preferred.
- Must be familiar with current computer programs, Word, Excel, SAP Maintenance module, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project, Etc.
- Must be able to lead and influence people.
- Must possess good communication skills.