Maintenance Supervisor

Job Location US-TX-Dallas
# of Openings
Supply Chain
Direct Hire


We are looking for an experienced Maintenance Supervisor!



  • You will ensure the safety of our people and our products always
  • You will attend and support all line meetings as part of the Daily Direction Setting (DDS) process.  You will meet with each shift daily to review work completed and provide direction and follow up
  • You will work with Production Leaders and OpEx Leaders in the development and execution of Plan for the Day and loss elimination activities. 
  • You will communicate metrics for maintenance and reliability activities. Owns and drives improvement around planned and unplanned downtime, # breakdowns, MTBF & MTTR metrics for their lines. 
  • You will own the Breakdown Elimination, Defect Handling, & Planning and Scheduling. Coaching teams through effective execution of these processes and builds capability and ownership of these systems down to the team level over time.     
  • You will maintain maintenance schedules for owned lines and ensure adequate coverage in a consistent and equitable way that is consistent with the contract and state regulations
  • You will create daily assignments for mechanics on each shift to support planned maintenance and loss elimination initiatives. Focusing on engaging mechanics in proactive work that will improve line predictability/stability. 
  • You will follow up on safety, quality and major losses with root cause analysis and support off shift critical work and emergency repairs where required 
  • Other duties as assigned




  • You will have a HS Diploma or GED.  Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field is preferred.   Additionally you will have five to ten years maintenance supervisory experience within a manufacturing setting, required. 
  • You understand TPM and continuous improvement methods and have strong troubleshooting and problem-solving ability
  • You have knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources
  • You have knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance
  • You are proficient in the use of computers and an understanding  in programming and ladder logic
  • You have knowledge of OSHA, local, state, and federal health and safety regulations
  • You have strong communication skills, written/verbal/interpersonal. 


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