Facilities Maintenance Engineer OmniGuide
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The Facilities/Maintenance Engineer is critical to OmniGuide?s growth plans. The current company strategy is to expand and relocate the Cambridge, MA facility to a nearby location in 2014. As currently envisioned, this position will evolve from being OmniGuide?s Project Manager for this large project to eventually being responsible for the general maintenance and upkeep for the new facility. Therefore, the proper candidate would need excellent project management skills in addition to a strong working knowledge of equipment, buildings, utilities and general manufacturing processes. A strong background in equipment maintenance is also a must.
As Project Manager for the move, the Facilities/Maintenance Engineer would be responsible for all aspects of the project related to the Manufacturing function. This would include facility design, specifying new equipment, procurement, installation and start-up. In addition, the existing equipment in Cambridge would also be relocated, re-installed and started up. Once the new facility is up and running, the successful candidate would also manage the decommissioning of the Cambridge facility.
The initial project management responsibilities would provide the successful candidate the opportunity to learn the processes, equipment, utilities and facilities they will eventually be responsible for overseeing and maintaining. The project management phase is estimated to be approximately 2 years in duration.
Collaborate with overall Project Manager and oversee OmniGuide project team to successfully design, procure, install and start-up the new manufacturing facility
Develop and maintain project schedules
Develop budget and control costs
Facility Maintenance and Upkeep
Design, build, and maintain manufacturing facilities including:
Clean room design and changes
HVAC requirements and installation
Gas distribution systems
Electric requirements and installation
Manage preventive maintenance activities
Support design and maintenance of non-manufacturing facilities
Ensure contractor work meets safety, quality and cost standards
Evaluate and optimize energy usage
Develop and use key performance indicators to assess performance
Safety, Health and Environmental
Assist in identifying safety requirements in the facilities
Ensure facility meets all safety and environmental standards
Coordinate hazardous waste disposal
Develop and maintain vendor relationships.
Perform facility plant equipment obsolescent planning, budgeting and replacement
Comprehensive knowledge of equipment and facility maintenance programs and procedures.
Excellent problem solving skills
Considerable knowledge of safety principles and practices.
Considerable knowledge of the budget process.
Ability to identify and recognize unsafe conditions or work practices.
Ability to exercise judgments and make decisions.
Ability to plan, organize, and delegate work to achieve desired results.
Ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret the most complex documents.
Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
The successful candidate will have a BS degree in industrial, mechanical or electrical engineering or related discipline. A graduate degree in business is a plus. Candidates must have at least 7 years of relevant project, maintenance and/or facilities experience within a best-in-class manufacturing environment, ideally with startup and entrepreneurial experience. Medical
device or OEM manufacturing experience would be a plus. Experience implementing modern preventive orpredictive maintenance practices is also important.
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
||One Kendall Square, Building 100 |
Cambridge, MA 02139
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