International Paper Maintenance Supervisor in TUCKER PREPRINT, Georgia

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We currently have an opening for a Maintenance Supervisor that will support our Tucker, GA Preprint facility. The Tucker facility supplies flexographic preprint products for local and national customers. The Tucker facility features state of the art computer-controlled printing presses and technology. This unique opportunity will allow for someone to grow within a state of the art/high end printing facility. This position reports to the Continuous Improvement Manager.

Key Accountabilities

  • Participate in plant safety improvement efforts

  • Successfully establish an operating environment that embraces continuous improvement processes achieved through team-based initiatives with particular focus applied to plant goals and scorecard measures.

  • Championing preventive maintenance processes.

  • Purchasing materials, parts, and supplies as required.

  • Providing technical expertise regarding plant equipment and facilities.

  • Prioritizing maintenance activities.

  • Accurately and completely preparing and maintaining maintenance records and other paperwork.

  • Responsible for continued emphasis on work systems – solidify basic tools and lead the further development of high performance work teams.

  • Maintain a positive relationship with customers, manufacturing, customer support and sales group.

  • Support and contribute to the professional development of facility leadership for succession planning and cross-functional needs.

  • Maintain the primary responsibility for insuring that jobs stay within budget and steer investigations of situations that result in jobs with excessive costs.

  • Maintain constant communication with facility lead team through active participation in daily production meetings, weekly lead team meetings and one-on-one sessions.

  • Assist department leaders in monitoring work in progress and schedule conformance.

  • Generates input on new equipment purchases and major modifications of existing equipment.

  • Champion waste and other process improvement initiatives utilizing structured problem solving and employee engagement to yield positive results.

  • Directly Lead/Manage the Manufacturing Department as well as other assigned Departments.

Knowledge and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or technical/vocational degree preferred.

  • 3-5 years experience managing a maintenance team within a manufacturing environment; preferably in a corrugated, converting, printing and/or preprint environment.

  • Knowledge of heavy manufacturing machinery and both of its electrical and mechanical components

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in developing, implementing and managing high performance work systems and teams

  • Knowledge of Siemens PLCs and programming is highly preferred

  • Knowledge of and compliance with local and corporate policies

  • Experience leading Lean manufacturing efforts is highly preferred

  • Strong computer skills (which includes SAP, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access) required

Key Competencies

  • Process Management

  • Drive for Results

  • Building Effective Teams

  • Command Skills

  • Customer Focus

  • Managing through Systems

  • Problem Solving

  • Business Acumen

  • Developing Direct Reports

International Paper is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disabilities/Veterans.