Equipment Maintenance Manager Stion
Job Summary and Essential Functions:
The Equipment Maintenance Manager will efficiently and effectively manage the Equipment Operations Team, ensuring the performance of the manufacturing/production tools and sub-systems on site meet the required level of performance, namely; quality, specifications and uptime. Systems include but are not limited to; Loaders, Washers, Lasers, Scribes, Metrology tools, PVD, SAS, Back-wipe, CBD, Elevators, Conveyors, MOCVD, 4Jet, BBA, EVA, Lamination, J-Box, Framing, Forward Bias, Spire, Labeler, Vacuum, Automation and Controls. Budgetary control is also essential to ensure systems are managed in a cost effective manner. He/she will also be responsible for the operation, preventative maintenance, repair, measurement and reporting on all manufacturing/production systems.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Identifying and selecting suitable manual and automated systems necessary to control critical process parameters.
Develop and manage programs to improve the performance of manufacturing/production tools through the use of SPC techniques, Robust Procedures, Checklist, Root Cause Analysis, 5 Why?s, Fish Bone Diagrams, OCAPS, FMEA and other tools/techniques as needed. These procedures will include work instructions, escalation paths, etc...
Evaluate and propose changes to documentation, new programs, training, and cost reductions associated with manufacturing/production tools.
Use quality tools to improve performance and resolve issues such as unplanned maintenance, equipment excursions, downtime and variation in equipment performance.
Establish and track world class standards for: cost, PTS, mean time to repair, mean time to failure and overall equipment/system effectiveness.
Continually assess appropriateness of existing tool set and its ability in meeting current and future process requirements.
Continually improve the manufacturing/production tools uptime by implementation of reliability and robustness initiatives.
Develop and manage PM program that results in achieving mean to between failures, mean time to repair, and up time.
Develop and manage tool improvement plan, continually delivering improvements in performance & cost, reporting both internally and externally for benchmarking purposes.
Provide technical proposals and recommendations regarding best maintenance techniques.
Develop short and long range goals that support the tools and systems.
Direct and supervise the technical staff 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year and requires responding to calls at all hours including coming to the site.
Provide timely feedback to the technical staff in the form of performance reviews that achieve continual improvement and drive correction of performance issues.
Develop and mentor Equipment Maintenance Team, managing staff through change objectives and reviewing performance on a regular basis. The goal is to have depth and flexibility on every shift. This will be accomplished by developing a training program that achieves certification with a re-certification schedule.
Ensure that all department personnel understand and work within the Stion Mississippi and corporate policies & procedures.
Ensure that all staff members have a thorough awareness of FMEA, OCAPS, Recovery plan, cost models, operating procedures, certification documents and all-encompassing troubleshooting procedures.
Manage the departmental training requirements that include employee skills matrix, training needs analysis, training providers and certification.
Materials and Services
Develop and manage spare parts inventory and restocking program.
Ensure that critical spares inventories are available (on or off site).
Manage the external maintenance contracts with certified suppliers (pump repair, water treatment, shield cleaning, etc.) ensuring effective service level agreements and key performance indicators are adopted.
Provide technical support to the engineering and facilities groups as and when required.
Establish good customer relationships.
Support and adhere to all environmental, health & safety, requirements and policies.
Track performance to schedule and spend variance.
Develop and manage departmental budget annually that achieves improvement in cost control, reduces cost year on year, continually delivering improvements in identifying cost reduction opportunities, and cost reporting.
Develop and manage the equipment maintenance budget, developing cost benefit analysis proposals as and when required and improve the tool cost of ownership on site. Use value engineering and cost benefit analysis techniques as a means to assist this activity.
Reporting and Communication
Reporting performance to metrics weekly, monthly, quarterly. These reports will need to be formatted to the reporting standards with the appropriate levels of detail.
Communicate department performance to the Director and his staff using the operations review, quarterly factory review, 8D, corrective action plans, and trouble reports.
Provide support, guidance and effective communications to the customers and equipment maintenance team.
Electrical and mechanical drawings - All drawings for system must be obtained from vendor and kept accessible to maintenance personnel for troubleshooting purposes.
Software backup - Back-up copies of all operating software and recipes must exist and be current.
Troubleshooting guides or manuals - Vendor troubleshooting guides must be accessible to maintenance. As part of the work instruction, any troubleshooting that can be performed by the operator must be included. For activities performed by technicians or higher, these should be included in the Tool troubleshooting guide, or vendor manual.
Insure that all record requirements are identified and complied with for onsite retention and off site retention for all maintenance, service, insurance and governmental requirements.
The Equipment Maintenance Manager is required to work in a manufacturing environment that has both chemical, gases, and other hazardous materials. As a member of the emergency response team you may be required to work in a chemically contaminated environment if hazardous materials are released.
Eight (8) years? experience with manufacturing/production equipment and environment (which includes but not limited to: production equipment, electrical distribution, automation & controls system, metrology tools, chemical, etc.)
Prefer at least 5 years of leadership experience in electronics manufacturing environment with responsibility for maintenance or 3 years and a bachelor?s degree in an engineering field
Must have excellent written, verbal and presentation skills
Preferred Candidates Characteristics:
Effective and timely interfacing with all organizations (Manufacturing, Engineering, and other support functions) is required
The role requires an individual with high energy, drive, persistence with highly effective organizational and planning skills
Strong maintenance and troubleshooting skills
Problem solving skill, both analytic and creative
Ability to work within a team and as the leader of a team
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