As a Maintenance Supervisor at our Mission Bell Winery, you will be responsible for providing mechanical and technical support for our Winery operations.Â You will be helping to maintain all production equipment in order to meet our production schedule in a timely manner. You will have a direct impact on the wine cases we produce in order to drive our business forward!
Directly supervise maintenance personnel and administrative functions ensuring that scheduling, staffing, attendance, reporting, procedure adherence, consistency and quality of work performed are in accordance with company expectations.
Supervise departmental budget activities and strategies to leverage financial resources, prioritize and support real time production operations and long-term productivity, quality and efficiency goals.
Write purchase orders as needed ensuring adequate levels of equipment and supply inventories.
Analyze daily shift and department maintenance reports, identify required tasks/solutions, and assign the appropriate Maintenance personnel/resources, provide direction in accomplishment of maintenance tasks.
Works with the Maintenance Team to create written procedures for all maintenance tasks.
Supervise the maintenance workforce through vision and values while providing, training, mentoring, and developing the work force with consistency in message and purpose.
Build strategic working relationships with peers in achieving and maintaining the accuracy and consistent flow of information, execution of procedures, and performance of the overall operations.
Guide direct reports in assessing, strategizing and correcting mechanical, electrical, electronic and pneumatic equipment operations.
Develops and executes capital projects as assigned.
Develops, interprets, and ensures the consistent application of organization policies.
Monitors and controls budgets.
Assist department managers to plan, justify and execute Capital Projects in support of production, quality and efficiency goals for the winery.
Interact with vendors and management to exploit technology, purchase equipment and services and to resolve long term equipment, training and process issues.
Supervise and maintain as assigned, winery compliance with government agencies local, state and federal which include environmental, air quality, fish and game, OSHA, Safety and Health and water.
Provide supervisory direction to establish and maintain procedures and guidelines for ISO and/or Food Safety standards.
Actively support and promote site Safety Programs.
Support, promote, and recommend enhancements to existing safety and health processes that will provide for a safe and healthful working environment.
Model safe working behavior for all employees.
Conduct safety inspections of work areas as needed or scheduled.
Conduct or train staff to conduct Safety Tailgate meetings.
Enforce safe behavior by conducting corrective discipline for safety violations.
Conduct job and department specific safety training to new-hires and refresher training for existing employees.
Conduct Incident Investigations for root cause factors and take appropriate corrective actions to prevent recurrence.
Minimum of an AAS Degree is desired, however we are still interested in evaluating candidates without a degree if they have the right combination of technical and people management skills.Â Must have 5+ years of experience in mechanical and electrical production.
1+ years supervisory or management experience is ideal for University graduates.
Experience with electrical, mechanical, refrigeration, pneumatics/hydraulics, fabrication, plumbing, carpentry, programmable logic controllers and ink jet printers
Bachelor's degree from four-year College or University in engineering or related technical field or equivalent combination of education and/or experience. (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or Industrial Engineering)
Coaching and developing others
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
Physical Requirements: The employee frequently is required to sit, talk or listen and drive long distances.Â The employee is occasionally required to stand; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell.Â Frequent walking, including going up and down stairs and ladders, and bending are required. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.Â
Work Environment: Indoors & outdoors.Â
Working around machinery and in location in the winery that are cold, wet, slippery and noisy.Â Involves exposure to hazardous conditions.Â Frequent exposure to fumes, airborne particles, toxic and caustic chemicals.
Travel Required: 10-15%, (California)
Operations and Production
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