30+ days ago | Agribusiness - Commodities and Trading - Maintenance/Repair

Seattle, WASHINGTON | about 1 year
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Job Description

One of the world's largest merchandisers and processors of agricultural goods is seeking a Maintenance Supervisor/Planner for their Seattle, WA facility.

Reporting directly to the Maintenance Manager (Superintendent), the Maintenance Supervisor/Planner plans and assists in the supervision of electricians, mechanics, and millwrights conducting maintenance and repairs of operating equipment for an export grain facility as well as assists with the development of reliability-based maintenance strategy, based on preventive and predictive maintenance.


  • Predictive and preventive maintenance scheduling which includes holding regular meetings with personnel to plan / isolate and repair equipment problems in a scheduled down time.
  • Plans and distributes daily work orders, gathering parts needed and checking spare parts inventory by utilizing CMMS / EPAC system.
  • Maintains equipment information, repair files, and parts data for up-to-date accuracy.
  • Keeps track of critical parts inventory. Helps maintain & keep current the critical spare parts inventory.
  • Plans and supervises maintenance jobs and projects as directed and assigned to insure a safe, timely and cost-effective outcome.
  • Collects and processes predictive/reliability data from plant equipment to schedule repairs by maintaining good communication with production personnel and the Maintenance Superintendent.
  • Maintains good working knowledge of Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) policies, rules and procedures pertinent to areas of responsibility and ensures all applicable requirements are adhered to.
  • Ensures employees are provided required training for area, jobs and tasks prior to assigning work. Ensures areas of responsibility are maintained in an orderly and safe manner.
  • Performs job/cost analysis, safety/risk analysis and preventative maintenance analysis.


  • Two years of experience in Maintenance Management or Maintenance Planning
  • Experience with PC based maintenance programs and conducts training and follow up with technicians in the use of these systems
  • Knowledge of maintaining bulk conveying equipment and systems
  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes, procedures and industrial processing machinery
  • Knowledge of manufacturing, regulatory and safety requirements the facility operates under (e.g., OSHA, EPA, WISHA)
  • Knowledge of and ability to operate computer control systems

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Job Post Date: 11/26/19

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