Energy and Utilities Shift Manager

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The Utilities Supervisor opening is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the energy department equipment located across the entire Middletown Works facility. This equipment includes various pumps, motors, and turbines on the various water handling systems, clarifiers, cooling towers, air compressors, water treatment, boilers, and associated piping and equipment. This includes assisting operating departments with coordinating isolation of utilities feeds and coordinating repair efforts for plant wide water, gas, and air as well as coordination of dig permits. Oversee the maintenance activities and equipment repairs for the plant utilities.


  • Coordinate production and maintenance activities on a daily basis. Oversees maintenance activities and equipment repairs working within budgetary constraints.
  • Supervise bargaining unit and contractor employees. Instruct personnel in job requirements, company rules and practices. Oversee the adherence to established company rules and practices with regard to employee attendance, performance, training, safety and any other required areas.
  • Hold daily toolbox meetings and monthly safety meeting. Conduct inspections, review and revise JSHA’s and QSOP’s and inform employees on these changes. Observe and document safety and quality performance of employees, investigate and report on all accidents/incidents. Monitor department assigned safety area and report on equipment and issues that need repair or replacement. Submit a monthly Safety/ Housekeeping report.
  • Inform incoming turns and upper management of any problems that were encountered or are ongoing.
  • Position works primarily day shift.


  • A technical degree is a strong plus, but not required.
  • Must have a minimum of three years experience with operation or maintenance of industrial pumping and compressed air systems or steam generation systems.
  • Successful candidates will have previous supervisory experience and demonstrated leadership and communications skills.
  • Primary responsibility for maintaining 24/7 operations and high availability of equipment.
  • Directly involved in troubleshooting and remediating operational/mechanical issues within the plant.
  • Ensure necessary tests and equipment inspections are preformed as required.
  • Ensure plant safety, efficiency, and regulatory compliance.


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