Posted: Thursday, January 4, 2018 4:04 PM
Seeking a maintenance planner with experience in mechanical planning in the paper industry. Mechanical experience in maintenance will also be considered. The planner's primary responsibility is to thoroughly analyze jobs and establish written job plans for a crew. Each job plan requires the proper safety information, manpower, materials, time, methods, precision maintenance tools/forms, and all other resources needed to efficiently complete the task. Daily plans are required for an area of approximately 12 crew members. While input from the planner is needed for scheduling, scheduling is not a primary function of the planner. However, all planning and scheduling activities must coordinate to add value to the final product of a successful job.
The planner's performance is critical to the success of the Manufacturing Work System (MWS) for increased productivity, reliability, and maintenance effectiveness. Insight is needed to improve maintenance methods and techniques. Effective planning is measured by an increase in the efficiency of maintenance and the reduction of time required performing planned and scheduled work.
This facility uses the SAP:PM computerized maintenance management information system. The planner must be proficient in the use of SAP:PM.
:Prioritized Work Planning to include job packets detailing methods and materials
:Develop and maintain job libraries (tasks lists) for repetitive jobs
:Develop and utilize job procedures for major equipment rebuilds and installation / change outs
:Develop and maintain work order backlog lists
:Complete work orders in SAP:PM system
:Attend daily, weekly, and shutdown scheduling/priority meetings
:Assist with weekly and shutdown work list/ schedule
:Coordinate work activities
:Maintain records integrity to include Bill of Material (BOM) updates, equipment text updates, and equipment repair history
:Assist the maintenance department with the development and maintenance of Preventive Maintenance (PM) Routes (including Regulatory)
The facility goal is for planners to spend 75 of time planning work. Contract coordination is not a core responsibility, but is usually required. (Job scopes/packages may be required for contractor bidding.)
The planner will report to the Central Services Manager with a strong working relationship with the Area Maintenance Front Line Leader and Operations Maintenance Coordinator.
The planner must be able to interact with all members of the department. He/she must work hand:in:hand with maintenance and operation while being able to communicate effectively with outside suppliers and contractors.
Technical/ College Degree Preferred
5+ years experience at manufacturing facility
Strong maintenance background
Proficient with Microsoft and SAP PM Applications
Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Location: georgetown, Myrtle Beach
• Post ID: 26841297 myrtlebeach