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Maint. Mgr LSW

Maintenance Manager LSWTemplate


  • Daily Issues / Troubleshooting / Firefighting Equipment Issues

  • Attend Morning Meeting

  • Approve requisitions and invoices in SAP

  • Manage maintenance crew (electricians, mechanics, kniferoom, press cleaner)

  • On call 24/7 for maintenance crew

  • Follow up on part orders, scheduling technician services

  • Review maintenance candidate resumes

  • Conduct phone interviews for new maintenance hires

  • Conduct inperson interviews for new maintenance hires / Administer Ramsey test

  • Attend Lead Team Meetings

  • Complete tasks assigned in GenSuite

  • Complete Safety Audits, SQF audits and monthly Safe Behavior Observations

  • Complete LMS computer training and assigned corporate computer training


  • SQF Documentation Review

  • Schedule SQF ceiling cleaning

  • Meet with, provide all needed documentation and answer all questions for annual insurance audit review and annual fire inspection renewal

  • Complete semiannual performance reviews/self assessments on the Performance Management website


  • Defining new capital projects (scope, cost, etc.)

  • Contacting vendors as needed (programming support, capital project intiatives, building and grounds upkeep, janitorial, mobile equipment upkeep, security company quarterly inspections, utilities, etc.)

  • Meeting with and escorting vendors in plant for work

  • Assist with Quality issues. Support production departments managers/personnel as needed

  • Complete audit (Dept of Agriculture, SQF, safety, etc.) action items

  • Maintain drawings / prints / manuals for plant equipment

  • Verify 6S projects are being maintained - (Visual Audits, See 5S/6S Checklist Document).

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