Maintenance Manager

Company Name:
Southern Recruiting Solutions, Inc.
Maintenance Manager Requirements- Bachelor's Degree in
, preferably Mechanical Engineering or equivalent experience. - Eight to ten years' experience in maintenance and plant engineering in chemical or petroleum refining process manufacturing environment. - Strong leadership skills to select and direct the maintenance team. - Experience with synthesis gas processes (hydrogen, methanol, ammonia, Fischer Tropsch Synthesis) a plus. - Ability to work well with engineering, operations and Plant Management. - Safety training/certification as required. Responsibilities - Schedule, plan and execute all maintenance in coordination with Operations and in compliance with safety procedures, relevant safety and environmental, legal and ethical rules. - Create procedures to include predictive, preventive, scheduled and remedial maintenance. - Train staff to promptly respond to plant breakdowns and to quickly diagnose faults and commence
in conjunction with Operations. - Repair process equipment, valves, actuators, motors, and pumps with in-house or local resources. - Develop local sources for supply of and repair of specialized components, fixtures or fittings. - Develop relationships with local contractors and specialists to support the maintenance of the plant as needed. - Manage Maintenance budget including an appropriate level of spares either on-site or immediately available from local vendors. - Ensure compliance with all environmental, health and safety rules. - Direct activities of maintenance in support of operations. - Compile and maintain equipment and maintenance records. - Develop plant turnaround plan and schedules. - Manage maintenance staff in terms of on-going training, shift schedule, vacation and substitution. - Relocation assistance available - keywords: maintenance manager, reliability manager, engineering manager, reliability engineer, project manager, reliability manager, mechanical safety, safety review, chemical, petrochemical MYK62683JR

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