American Water Manager of Maintenance in Gibsonton, Florida
Founded in 1886, American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Camden, NJ, the company employs over 7,000 dedicated professionals who provide regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater and other related services to an estimated 15 million people in 46 states and Ontario, Canada. To learn more about American Water and additional career opportunities, visit www.amwater.com.
- Primary Role:* Works in direct coordination with the Operations Manager and under the direction of the General Manager to perform maintenance activities in a timely manner, in accordance with all environmental and health and safety practices and within the department’s budget. In charge of direct supervision of the maintenance team (mechanical, electrical and instrumentation). Key responsibilities include CMMS management, spares parts and consumables management, prioritizing, coordination and direction of preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance and repair activities, identifying and managing subcontractors and ongoing coordination with client’s Maintenance Manager to ensure contract compliance. Ensures compliance with equipment O&M manuals and manufacturer recommendations, promptly update of record drawings after any modification is implemented and performance of regular inspection and calibration activities.
Perform maintenance activities and supervise maintenance team. Manage CMMS, spare parts and consumables. Perform preventive and corrective maintenance and repair activities; identify and manage subcontractors and coordinate with client to ensure contract compliance. Comply with equipment O&M manuals and manufacturer recommendations, update record drawings after modifications and perform regular inspection and calibration activities.
Coordinate all maintenance activities so they are performed in a timely manner and in accordance with the department’s budget including all internal and external maintenance-related activities such as materials, equipment, services, vendors, suppliers, subcontractors, labor and health and safety. Accountable for ongoing budget management and compliance with all company policies and procedures.
Coordinate maintenance activities including materials, equipment, services, vendors, suppliers, subcontractors, labor and health and safety. Manage budget and comply with company policies and procedures.
Direct supervision of the maintenance team (mechanical, electrical and instrumentation). Interacts with subordinates, supervisors, vendors, subcontractors and client regarding repair and maintenance activities and contract compliance topics. Prioritization, coordination and direction of preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance and repair activities and performance of regular inspection and calibration activities.
Supervise the maintenance team (mechanical, electrical and instrumentation). Coordinate repair, preventive and corrective maintenance activities, contract compliance, regular inspection and calibration activities with staff, vendors, subcontractors and client.
Ensures compliance with equipment O&M manuals and manufacturer recommendations, promptly update of record drawings after any modification is implemented.
Ensure compliance with equipment O&M manuals and manufacturer recommendations; update record drawings after modifications.
CMMS, spares parts and consumables management; Accountable for ensuring work orders are entered, assigned and closed promptly and for ensuring adequate levels of spares and consumables are maintained at all times.
Manage CMMS, spares parts and consumables. Ensure work orders are entered, assigned and closed promptly and ensure adequate levels of spares and consumables are in stock.
In conjunction with the General Manager and Operations Manager, develops objectives and reports to meet internal and external requirements as well as improve operational efficiency.
Develop objectives and reports to meet internal and external requirements and improve operational efficiency.
Coordinate training activities as they may be required for all maintenance employees including required TECO training. Accountable for ensuring all employees and subcontractors (working on TECO’s site) have valid authorization to access the TECO site.
Coordinate training activities including TECO training. Ensure employees and subcontractors have valid authorization to access the TECO site.
Strong interpersonal skills, organizational and budget management capabilities. Proficient using Microsoft applications and CMMS software packages.
Understanding of water treatment processes, hydraulics, experience with seawater desalination operations a plus.
High School graduate or equivalent.
AA/AS in Sanitary or Chemical Engineering or related discipline required. BA/BS preferred
At least 10 years of increasingly responsible experience in commercial, industrial or water treatment industry.
Experience with 3 phase high voltage motor controls, electrical construction, instrumentation, computer controls, SCADA, CMMS, PLC’s, VFD’s, ladder logic, and power distribution maintenance.
Experience with various types and sizes of motors and pumps.
Licenses & Certifications:*
Valid driver license with ability to successfully pass driving history check.
Professional Engineering license preferred.
Office and outside environment. Will be working is adverse weather conditions such as excessive heat, dust and dirt.
During the course of their duties the Maintenance Manager will be exposed to varying climatic conditions, potential exposure to trace amounts of treatment chemicals, and water. In the course of supervising the maintenance staff, the Maintenance Manager will be required to travel, visit and inspect all necessary facilities which may entail traversing uneven or difficult terrain, working at heights and in confined spaces.
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