AmerisourceBergen Corporation Maintenance Supervisor in DENVER, Colorado
Title: Maintenance Supervisor Location: United States-Colorado-Denver Job Number: 00001PNL
Under general direction and guidance of the District Facility Maintenance Manager, responsible for supporting the effective use and functionality of Facilities and the Automated Equipment within a Fully Automated Distribution Center. This position is categorized as compliance critical and, as such, requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division, corporate and regulatory requirements.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures Facility and Material Handling Equipment is running at maximum efficiency with minimum downtime. Diagnoses error conditions occurring in the Distribution Center and repairs accordingly. Ensures the planning and scheduling of all maintenance activities including but not limited to inspections, preventive maintenance, installations and repairs. Will be expected to perform recurring preventive maintenance and inspections accordingly. Communicates at defined intervals with specified team members (Maintenance Director, District Facility Maintenance Manager, Director of Operations, Etc.) Keep local and regional management apprised of escalating abnormal or critical situations and coordinates resolutions/repairs with outside professional maintenance (if required) Ensures the compliance with Maintenance procedures. Manage and ensure the integrity of maintenance inventory and critical spares. Provides assistance in the configuration, maintenance, modifications, and system upgrades of MHE control systems to include programmable logic controllers (PLC) programming. Monitors work processes and makes suggestions for modifications in order to increase and improve productivity, efficiency and accuracy for the purpose of improving costs; implements changes as directed or needed. Responsible for efficient operation of equipment in the Distribution Center; ensures that problems with equipment such as air and heating systems, conveyer systems and forklift equipment are addressed. Works with equipment and software vendors on design specifications and improvements. Manage relationships with contractors and service providers. Monitor site expenses and control maintenance budget. Provide feedback for budget planning and preparation for expenses and capital projects. Develops and solicits bids from vendors for maintenance, janitorial, snow removal, landscape and other contracts necessary to support all building and MHE systems. As sociate is required to work split shifts, nights and weekends as well as be on call to respond to downtime events. Supports compliance with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) regulations. Ensures the documentation of maintenance records through the CMMS/EAM System. Qualifications: BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Facilities/Plant Management preferred with extensive experience with start-up and troubleshooting of an Automated Distribution Facility required. Requires a minimum of five (5) years directly related and progressively responsible experience in an Automated Distribution Warehouse environment with large volume distribution operations. Experience in the execution of preventive maintenance programs, disaster planning, and knowledge of chilled water systems, cooling towers, diesel powered back-up generators, electric and diesel fire pumps, air handling units and roof top air conditioning units. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: Excellent technical and operational knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment and systems. Knowledge of Building Automation System such as Tracer Summit or Delta Controls is preferred Proactive problem solving skills; ability to recommend and implement solutions Ability to read and interpret CAD layouts, illustrated parts breakdown (IPB) diagrams, and electrical circuitry diagrams and drawings Ability to troubleshoot complex automated systems controlled by computers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and microprocessors in a high-volume work environment Strong interpersonal and communication skills to maintain cooperative working environment Effective written communications, presentation skills and organizational skills Ability to operate independently, to multi-task, and to prioritize quickly Computer software experience including MS office (Excel, Word, IM), MHE software such as RSLogix, Sort Director, GSMi, IPoint, Flex Sort, etc. Job: Operations Jobs