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Mechanical Maintenance Planner

Mechanical Maintenance Planner

FPC of Bangor
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FPC of Bangor

Mechanical Maintenance Planner


FPC Bangor is working with a Maine facility looking for a Mechanical Maintenance Planner. The Mechanical Maintenance Planner will be responsible for working with operations, planning, engineering, and mechanical groups to improve uptime and quality.


·       Plan work orders entered by others, including but not limited to

o   Adding missing information such as pictures, equipment information, measurements, etc.

o   Researching parts needed and created a planned work order.

o   Getting quotes for parts and materials needed.

o   Enter purchase orders when needed in the CMMS.

o   Order parts from Storeroom correctly.

o   Tracking parts to ensure they arrive for the jobs as scheduled.

o   Apply tags and put location information on work orders.

·       Plan, manage, and complete work orders for daily work, routine outages, and annual mill outages.

·       Oversee and evaluate the day-to-day backlog with Operations and the OMC by updating required by dates, job hours, job safety tasks, and job plans keeping the work orders constantly up-to-date.

·       Create complete planned work packages for craftsmen that include any lockouts, permits, SOP’s, drawings / schematics, manuals, and job plan information.

·       Maintain all parts in a kitting area by work order number or kit number listed on work order job plan which ensures craftsmen can find all parts needed to get the job done in a timely manner.

·       Build a Bill of Materials (BOM) for every piece of equipment in your area ensuring that all parts needed have been added to the equipment and assigned a SCIMP number.

·       Conduct proper follow through on all maintenance issues ensuring prints, parts, and job reviews are complete and acted upon.

·       Order any non-stock materials, get them into the Storeroom inventory with a SCIMP number, and into CMMS.

·       Take part in on-call / weekend duty.


·       Able to read drawings, schematics, and P&ID’s.

·       Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills

·       Strong mechanical background with a strong knowledge of mechanics and mechanical processes.

·       Ability to work effectively with all groups of people, including unionized work force.

·       Candidate needs to have strong communication skills, (i.e., interpersonal, written and verbal) to work closely with vendors, contractors, Accounting Department, and Procurement Departments.

·       Fluent in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel) and CMMS

·       Self-directed and motivated to complete special projects

·       Able to multi-task efficiently under demanding circumstances

·       Organized, attention to detail, and able to manage numerous documents.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology field desired, however 3-5 years equivalent work experience in the maintenance department in the Pulp & Paper Industry preferred.


Please send your current resume to Phil DeSoto or Leisa Wallace.

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