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Electrical & Instrumentation Maintenance Planner

Electrical & Instrumentation Maintenance Planner

FPC of Bangor
  • , ME

FPC of Bangor

Electrical & Instrumentation Maintenance Planner

 FPC Bangor is working with a Northern New England manufacturer with an urgent need of an Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Maintenance Planner. This position is responsible for the planning and scheduling of all electrical maintenance work and provides hourly supervision of maintenance E/I technicians.

 Responsibilities:

  •  Ensure the safety of all team members by identifying safety issues and taking corrective measures to proactively plan for the issue.
  • The planning of daily routine, periodic and annual shutdown work orders.
  • Help implement root cause failure analysis, manufacturing work systems and precision maintenance techniques.
  • Assist in developing solutions to help prevent/eliminate equipment failures.
  • Must have good communication skills to inform and work effectively as a member of the team/organization.
  • Efficient use of reliability methods to ensure uptime, production, and quality goals are met.
  • Conduct field walk downs to scope out all components necessary for planning electrical work and order all parts and materials needed to complete work.
  • Monitor preventative maintenance completion efficiency, work order backlog, and completion of both.

Qualifications:

  • Associates Degree in an accredited electrical program or a minimum of five (5) years of Electrical & Instrumentation maintenance/reliability experience in an industrial, manufacturing or military environment.
  • Understanding of NFPA-70E and the National Electrical Code (NEC).
  • Ability to read Blue Prints, PID and Loop Sheet drawings.
  • Must have good technical knowledge base to build effective job plans for mill craftspeople and contractors.
  • Experience using a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  • Proficient using Microsoft Office Suite such as Excel, Outlook, Word, Project and AutoCad.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
  • Interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively teach, coach and mentor others.
  • Will be required to perform a rotating on-call duty, willing and able to work overtime when required.
  • Supervisory experience in an industrial, manufacturing or military environment.
  • Experience with Distributed Control Systems (DCS), AC/DC Variable Speed Drives, Loop Controls, Analytical Instrumentation, Control Valves, Motor Circuits, AC/DC Motors, Control Networks, Machine Drives, and Power Distribution.
  • Ability to present ideas, work with various levels of the organization, and develop key strategies.

 Please submit your resume to Phil DeSoto or Leisa Wallace.

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