Shift Manager - Maintenance

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
A Fortune 500 Company that employs over 1,400 employees
Has been in existence for over 100 years
Companies safety program performance in 2013 was approximately ten times better than the industry average
This particular location has never had a strike/work stoppage
Named one of the best companies to work for by local publication for four straight years

Life Insurance that pays out 24 X's your monthly base salary
Voluntary Term Life Insurance and Personal Accident Insurance
Health Insurance within your first 30 days of employment. Dental and Vision
Disability income and retirement planning
9 Paid Holidays; and a generous vacation policy
Educational Assistance and scholarships are available to the children of employees
Tremendous opportunities for internal promotion
Matching gift programs for individual donations to eligible charities

Located around Butler, PA, this community is 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, PA.
Total population is about 14,000 people
Was named one of the Best 20 Small Towns in America by Smithsonian Magazine
The "Jeep" was originally born in Butler, PA

POSITION SUMMARY: Supervise and provide work direction for hourly employees.
Schedule and assign work. Handle safety contacts, observations, and meetings.
Analyze equipment needs, ensure equipment reliability and develop PPM programs.
This position will also plan and coordinate maintenance activities with department.
Also preform and assist in troubleshooting of equipment failure to determine root cause.
Industrial experience with hydraulics and pneumatics
Specific knowledge in slab casting maintenance, EAF and melting maintenance or specific knowledge of rolling mills and large rotating equipment
Supervisory experience in a manufacturing environment

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
5+ years maintenance experience in a steel environment

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