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Electrical/Instrumentation Maintenance Supervisor

Ref No: AM18259

County Limerick, Republic of Ireland

Competitive salary

Electrical and Instrumentation Maintenance Supervisor - County Limerick.

Job Description
The Electrical Maintenance Supervisor is a key leader who is responsible for the oversight of all maintenance activities to maintain the assets of the company in compliance with cGMP and to ensure equipment is available, maintained & repaired to the applicable standards. This role is responsible for the daily workflow activities.

Key Responsibilities:
• Responsible for oversight of the maintenance planning, scheduling, and work completion process for both reactive and preventative work.
• Monitor the business and execution processes to ensure work is being performed in conformance with site and corporate goals.
• Ensure consistent work practices are implemented & applied throughout the site and work with Maintenance peers to identify best practices on site.
• Main point of contact for maintenance and responsible for escalation of any issues.
• Works with all functions to ensure Maintenance team ensures effective prioritisation of Maintenance activities.
• Responsible for supervising and coaching direct reports.
• Responsible for maintenance staffing including recruitment and resource planning.
• Sets expectations for a positive & proactive safety culture in the workshop as well as in task completion on site through personal actions, coaching and monitoring of work activities.

Daily Operations Management:
• Provide leadership on data integrity.
• Owns the planning, scheduling, and work completion processes across the site.
• Ensures operating areas deliver on maintenance operational and technical requirements by networking with operational areas.
• Manage events from initial response to follow-up.
• Establish and maintain safety, GMP and Environmental Standards.

People Management:
• Ensures training for the team is at or above the site goal.
• Ensure ongoing continuous improvement and future planning.
• Identify and implement changes to work practices in conjunction with appropriate team members.
• Ensure the company values, standards and policies are communicated to and modelled within the team.
• Support direct reports in the application of HR Policy, Safety Practice and Employee Relations.
• Conduct annual performance reviews with direct reports.
• Ensure continuous on-going learning and reflection on learning using the Leadership Development Policy and Procedure.

Interested applicants should have:
• At least 5 years’ experience in an electrical maintenance/engineering role, at least 2-3 of which should be in a people management capacity, ideally within the pharmaceutical or similar industry.
• Demonstrated ability to act independently using good organisational skills.
• Proven ability to make good use of systems, procedures & processes.
• Demonstrated track record in effective leadership and development of teams


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