Maintenance Supervisor - Electrical in Waynesboro, GA
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Job Title: Maintenance Supervisor - Electrical
Date Posted: 10/14/2019
Location: Waynesboro, GA
Job Type: Contract Full-Time
Immediate 1 year position available in Waynesboro, GA.
This position will be filled on a temporary basis as needed to provide additional oversight during U3 and U4 testing and start-up.
This position will supplement the site electrical first line supervisors and will take daily direction from the Maintenance Manager.
The Supplemental Maintenance Supervisor (Electrical) is responsible for leading a team of electricians (house electricians and supplemental electricians and technicians) responsible for electrical maintenance related activities (PMs, surveillances, testing, etc.) at the site including safety, compliance, reliability, efficiency and workforce excellence.
This individual will be responsible for providing leadership and guidance in support/communication of company goals and strategic initiatives.
This position ensures that Nuclear Safety is the overriding priority and instills this priority in the maintenance workers.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will:
o Own the Corrective Action Program.
o Work schedule may include either 12 hour rotating shift or 12 hour rotating shift relief.
o Observe maintenance workers and provide intervention and coaching to reinforce management expectations and positive behaviors.
o Provide employees with regular feedback on performance, including coaching and intervention to reinforce expectations and develop acceptable behaviors.
o Ensure activities are performed in accordance with approved written documents such as approved plant procedures and work order instructions.
o Demonstrate ownership of business and management goals and lead team to align their efforts with those goals.
o Participate actively in the Work Management Process to insure work is executed safely, efficiently and effectively.
o Encourage employees to develop a high level of craftsmanship with an emphasis on nuclear safety, personnel safety and equipment reliability.
o Maintain a high level of productivity within the work force.
o Participate in the training process, own the training process and observe the training process as required.
o Manages department resources within budget
The successful candidate must be committed to Constant Improvement for themselves, the employees and the facility.
Job Experience and Education:
High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
Previous experience in one or more of the fields below is preferred:
o Nuclear first line supervisor
o Electrical craft discipline
o Work order planning
o Discipline scheduler
Previous experience with processes/procedures is preferred.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Must be well organized and capable of handling multiple priorities simultaneously
Must have strong communication and presentation skills
Must have strong problem solving skills
Must be able to work in any environment demanded of the work force, including temperature extremes and elevations
Must have an understanding of the IBEW contract and a working knowledge of plant maintenance and shop practices, with aptitude in all disciplines.
Must have a working knowledge of OSHA and NRC requirements and be familiar with plant design and function
Must be inclined toward improving processes and performance
Must demonstrate interest in the business challenge
Must be committed to Constant Improvement
Must be a change agent
Walking a construction site
Standing for long periods of time
Climbing ladders and multiple flights of stairs
Working at heights
Heavy lifting (up to 50 lbs), stooping and bending
Exposure to elements (heat, cold, winds, etc.)
Why Choose The E Group? We are an award winning firm recognized for having an outstanding reputation with our clients and employees. All contractors are eligible for full group health and dental benefits, 401K with matching, and various insurances. Generous living expenses are given to help those who relocate or have duplicate housing.