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TOLMAR Inc. Production Maintenance Supervisor in Windsor, Colorado

Purpose and ScopeThe Production Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the overallsupervision, planning, scheduling and follow-up activities of themaintenance of the production and packaging equipment, and asepticprocesses. Provide technical support for general manufacturing and asepticprocess areas.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesWork in conjunction with the Facilities Maintenance Manager to directactivities to ensure operational readiness of all Tolmar facilities andequipment, within budget and in compliance with established regulations.Manage all production maintenance systems and personnel to ensure all workorders are completed within the parameters of the plant-wide work order systemin a timely and quality manner.Hire, train, supervise, counsel and evaluate direct-report employees;conduct and submit annual performance appraisals; recommend/authorize payadjustments as appropriate.Establish training program for Production Maintenance Technicians incollaboration with Production Maintenance Manager.Responsible for maintaining spare parts inventory for assigned equipment,including monitoring levels, initiating requisitions, completing budgetreview, and ordering necessary materials.Assist with IR investigation and company audits. Assist in facility layout anddesign for newer processes areas and expansion at other facilities.Ensure the development and adherence to all production equipment preventativemaintenance schedules.Contract with outside service providers for various facility andequipment-related maintenance needs.Provide recommendations to executive management to resolve maintenance issuesand operation improvement.Maintain process equipment and machinery, and perform scheduled maintenanceoperations.Responsible for engineering support and maintaining equipment and processes toinclude the construction, modification and improvement of equipment, withassistance from Maintenance Tech I and II staff.Responsible training and directing Maintenance Technician I, II and IIIstaff in equipment operation, set-ups and repairs.Responsible for training maintenance and production employees on the use,maintenance and cleaning of equipment.Responsible for maintaining content of training records for department, incompliance with cGMP standards.Develop and maintain successful working relationships with both internal andexternal clients.Assist Production Maintenance Manager with preparation of budget fordepartment and monitor adherence to budgetEnsure the department's compliance to established company safety policiesand procedures.Represent the production maintenance department at company meetings asnecessary.Participate in required annual hazardous waste training. Hazardous wasteinvolvement may include but is not limited to the handling of universal wastesuch as spent fluorescent tubes, spent filters, batteries, and used oil.Responsible for daily activities and supervising staff that are universalhazardous waste generators and/or handlers. Respond to spills per CP030-0202 Chemical Spill Response.Perform other duties as assigned.Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesWorking knowledge of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and/orISO 9001 calibration system requirements.Working knowledge of cGMP calibration programs.Knowledge of maintenance functions in a FDA regulated facility.Strong supervisory skills, coupled with excellent oral and writtencommunication skills.High mechanical aptitude; ability to analyze the mechanics of new projectsfor the most efficient outcome,Overall technical competencies necessary to manage and direct skilledmaintenance technicians.Procedure writing and review skills.Computer skills include Word, Excel, and PM scheduling.Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under conditions of multipledeadlines and changing priorities in production.Ability to problem-solve a broad range of technical issues.Ability to plan and work with supporting technical resources such as internalengineers and scientists as well as contr

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