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Maintenance Planner

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Our client is a rapidly growing, well established, publicly traded company that is a leading manufacturer and distributer to the RV and Manufactured Housing Industries.
The laminate division has seen substantial growth over the last few years and is adding to their team.

Maintenance Planner
The purpose of the Maintenance Planner is to record, schedule, organize and improve the effective execution of all maintenance work processes within the facility with as minimal downtime as possible. In order to fulfill these responsibilities in the most effective manner, the Planner will manage work priorities, develop job plans, and engage the proper resources to develop a safe, effective and efficient work control plan.
Duties and Responsibilities
Once a work request is submitted to the Planner, they will be responsible for prioritizing, planning, scheduling and following up on the accuracy of the job plan for all planned preventative maintenance and corrective work. The focus of this role is to optimize workforce productivity while minimizing plant downtime by managing the work requests in advance.
The Planner will consult with the Maintenance Department, Plant Manager and Engineering Manager to review the work to be performed and determine the best way to accomplish the job plans. This shared review process will also include determining the validity of requests, accuracy of provided information in requests and prioritizing requests and resources.
Planner duties will also include ordering identified replacement parts, obtaining additional information if necessary (drawings, vendor manuals, supplemental instructional materials, etc.) and maintaining electronic spreadsheets that serve as progress logs and historical documentation for work completed and parts used.
Requirements
High School diploma required.
Mechanical and/or electrical background is desired, but not a requirement.
Prior purchasing experience desired.
Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Outlook and Word.
Must have the math skills to accurately estimate labor hours and material requirements needed to complete a job.
Must have good written and verbal communication skills and the ability to be approachable and tactful.
Good organizational skills and demonstrated planning skills.
Ability to write and provide accurate instructions.
Willingness to learn/understand maintenance and production processes and requirements.
Understanding of work order systems, planning and scheduling processes.
Ability to manage multiple priorities or projects simultaneously and keep them progressing to completion.



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