Maintenance Planner

Job Location US-WI-Green Bay
# of Openings
Direct Hire


Allied Reliability is looking for an experienced Maintenance Planner for one of our premier clients in Green Bay, WI! The Maintenance Planner’s job is to improve work force productivity and quality by anticipating and eliminating potential delays through planning and coordinating maintenance resources, parts, materials, and asset access. This role reports to the Maintenance Team Leader. Responsibilities include planning and coordinating all planned maintenance activities performed at the site.


Primary Responsibilities
Ensure that personnel safety and food safety is considered when developing every job plan.
Handle long- and short-range planning.
Maintain bill of materials information for each asset within area of responsibility.
Require materials to jobs on the weekly schedule.
Follow a daily routine of visiting work sites.
Scope work and record decisions on Planning Checklist.
Determine appropriate level of planning for each new work order.
Assign proper coding during work identification, control, and planning phases.
Create description direct requisitions for planned work to include services and expensed materials.
Create stock reservations for planned work.
Develop planned work for the Weekly Work Schedule.
Identify permits.
Determine actual sequence of work activities.
Estimate labor hours needed to perform work for each work order.
Provide cost estimates, including labor, materials, and contract services, for each work order.
Communicate Work Planning Package information to Maintenance Team Advisors.
Develop a library of reoccurring Standard Activities.
Keep Maintenance Team Lead informed of abnormal or critical situations.
Seek Maintenance Team Lead’s advice on matters outside the Planner's knowledge or authority.
Review work order feedback information to improve future planning efforts.


Supporting Responsibilities
Coordinate all planned maintenance and minor construction activities in his/her facility area.
Identify and develop standard work routines and task lists.
Assist with supply chain coordination (with Materials Management and Procurement).
Assist with work scheduling as needed.
Attend Weekly Scheduling Meeting.
Attend Daily Approval Meeting
Analyze work order feedback and execute follow-up actions.
Plan shutdown-related work.
Prepare reports for budgeting, tracking, and analysis.
Exchange common work planning information with other Maintenance Planners.





proficient in maintenance management software systems and Microsoft applications
3–5 years of similar maintenance experience
formal maintenance planner training
the ability to interpret and use the following (to develop job plans):
            piping and instrumentation diagrams
            equipment drawings
            predictive maintenance reporting
            hydraulic and electrical schematics




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