Lamb Weston Team Leader Maintenance in Hermiston, Oregon

Job Description Summary Responsible to eliminate all causes of failure and ensure full useful life in coordination with daily maintenance completed by operating personnel. Leads activities of workers engaged in repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment. Provides technical and problem-solving support for the plant and maintenance crews. Supports and executes plant specific maintenance strategies to meet key performance goals and objectives. Assures production schedules are met and all issues are resolved and communicated in a timely fashion. Inspects operating machines and equipment for conformance with operational standards. Reviews production, quality control, and maintenance reports and statistics to plan and modify maintenance activities. This role will be dedicated to Hermiston's new production, Line 5 Vertical Start-Up for the first two years. Job Description Position is responsible for promoting maintenance safety and overseeing maintenance activities under the direction of the Engineering Manager and Maintenance Manager. Works with plant maintenance leadership to develop preventative maintenance plans to reduce equipment downtime and optimize labor utilization. Works with team members to create emergency maintenance solutions for the facility. Provides technical and problem-solving support for the plant operations and maintenance crews. Supports and executes plant specific maintenance strategies to achieve the plant's key performance goals for overall maintenance performance. Assures production schedules are met and all issues are resolved and communicated in a timely fashion. Inspects operating machines and equipment for conformance with operational and safety standards. Reviews production, quality control, and maintenance reports and statistics to plan and modify maintenance activities. Responsible for setting up and training of mechanics. Directs, administers, and coordinates plant safety policy to maintenance crews. Accountable to be an active participant in the LOC process, providing technical expertise in the development of operator CIL and Centerlines, that will aid in the sustainment and efficiency of all process and packaging equipment. Job Qualifications 3 - 5 Years electrical maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment 1-2 Years supervisory experience Must have advanced working knowledge of PLC systems, PLC programming, and demonstrate PLC system troubleshooting skills Oregon PLC certification or equivalent Current Oregon Electrical Journeyman or an Oregon Electrical Supervisor license preferred but not required Advanced knowledge of plant controls and process control systems Ability to read and interpret plant drawings, detailed equipment schematics, and O&M manuals required Strong computer application skills, network and PC business application software. Have good working knowledge of the NEC/ Oregon specialty codes and can ensure that plant electrical work is performed according to code Excellent communication, presentation, and negotiation skills Basic mathematical and statistical skills Basic financial skills and understanding Food industry and experience in a union/union free environment preferred Key Leadership Competencies in addition to Ethics/Values and Integrity/Trust, (Action Oriented, Directing Others, Priority Setting, Decision Quality, Organizing, Process Management,). Arch Flash trained