Electrical Maintenance

We are currently recruiting Maintenance I&E Superintendent
for a exciting,fast growing firm located in WV..,.,(see spec's)if this position could be of interest to you or if you might know someone please contact John Wilson,The Tidewater group,Visit our site:tidewater.org
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Maintenance Superintendent for I&E Department
Management level with a focus as a Maintenance Superintendent specializing in the Instrument and Electrical Management field. Reports directly to the Maintenance Manager for the entire site.
Duties and Responsibilities:
o Directs and coordinates, through subordinate supervisory personnel, subordinate engineers, activities of workers engaged in repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment, and in maintenance of instrument and electrical equipment located at the plant.
o Reviews job orders to determine work priorities.
o Schedules repair, maintenance, and installation of machines, tools, and equipment to ensure continuous production operations.
o Allocates activities of workers fabricating or modifying machines, tools, or equipment.
o Oversees and manages supervisors, engineers, and planner/schedulers assocaited with the electrical maintenance workgroup including the Instrument trades group
Must be exerienced managing maintenance work groups associated with the I&E work groups within an industrial plant setting. Chemcial Plant experience preferred but not a pre-requisite.
Must be experienced with a minimum of 5 years in the I&E equipment field but also capable of performing the necessary administrative functions associated with a maintenance superintendent level
Education and
BSEE or BSEET with a minimum of 5 years experience in an Industrial manufacturing plant.

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