Maintenance Manager OH - Mount Gilead

Maintenance Manager

Full Time • OH - Mount Gilead
Join the Hot Shot's Secret team!

Lubrication Specialties, Inc. (LSI) is a rapidly growing company dedicated to its family-oriented, small-town roots. We have been serving the automotive aftermarket since 1997 in the form of oils, additives and other lubricants under the Hot Shot’s Secret brand – which has quickly become one of the fastest growing brands in the automotive aftermarket due to our focus on quality and customer service.

We pride ourselves on being an innovative, agile, and fast-paced company that does not slow down. We welcome big ideas, over-the-top ambition and a passion to achieve the unthinkable – okay, that sounds little cliché but it’s true.

We are looking for a Maintenance Manager to oversee and perform preventative and reactive maintenance required to ensure industrial equipment remains in safe and working condition at all times.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
  •  Leads and manages all maintenance activities for all locations owned by Lubrication Specialties including but not limited to: manufacturing plant, shipping warehouse, homes, trailers, mobile homes, property, fleet and other company vehicles.
  • Creates and maintain preventative maintenance schedule on all equipment, vehicles, and facilities
  • Plans, schedules, and audits preventive & repair work orders while leading an effective Work Management Process
  • Seeks to ensure the reliability of plant and equipment operation while optimizing maintenance and operation costs and satisfying all safety, environmental etc. regulations in the process
  • Ensures that systems are in place & followed to maintain the reliability of the equipment & processes
  • Works with production staff to evaluate and modify equipment and work areas for maximum efficiency of operation
  • Selects and oversees outside contractors as needed to complete projects and repairs
  • Other duties as assigned
 
DESIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
  •  Thorough understanding of technical aspects of plumbing, carpentry, electrical systems, automatic and manual liquid filling machine, etc.
  • Advanced industrial mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and pneumatic skills 
  • Strong troubleshooting skills, especially in automated equipment 
  • Working knowledge of industrial machines and equipment
  • Ability to keep track of and report daily of department progress, providing an end of week report of projects completed, and schedule for upcoming week.
  • Strong technical knowledge with regards to machinery, building maintenance, utility management, and PLC's
  • Understanding of machine function and Sequence of Operations of production machinery
  • Experience with LEAN principles and continuous improvement implementation
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with and communicate to other plant personnel as well as company resources and vendors
  • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities
 EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
  • High School Diploma (or equivalent) plus five (5) years of experience in a high-speed manufacturing environment with a mechanical/electrical background required
  • Certificate / degree from a vocational school or additional education in facility management is a plus
  • Proven experience as maintenance manager or other managerial role
  • Practical experience with high-speed bottling/packaging operations in lubrication and oil industries, preferred
  • 460v 3 phase electrical experience required
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Windows, Excel, & Outlook) with the ability to learn new applications as required

OTHER INFORMATION
  • Valid Drivers’ License, proof of insurance and reliable transportation are required for travel for off-site meetings and events
  • Ability to lift at least 75lbs
  • Must be flexible to work alternate shifts if production needs allow

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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