O-I Maintenance Supervisor - Portland, OR in Portland, Oregon

Maintenance Supervisor - Portland, OR

  • Job ID #:4926

  • Functional Area:Manufacturing

  • Position Type:Full-Time Regular

  • Relocation Provided:No

  • Location:Portland, OR

  • Department:Operations/Manufacturing

  • Education Required:High School Diploma

  • Experience Required:3 - 5 Years

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Position Description:

Owens-Illinois, Inc., (O-I) is the world's leading designer and manufacturer of pure, sustainable, healthy glass containers for many of the world's most well-known food and beverage brands. We are looking for a motivated, talented individual interested in a manufacturing leadership role with significant growth opportunity to join our organization as a Maintenance Supervisor in our Portland, OR facility.

JOB SUMMARY

This position will assist the Plant Engineer in leading and directing subordinate salary and hourly personnel engaged in all phases of the plant engineering function (General Maintenance, Cold End Mechanization, and the Batch & Furnace Department) including installation, repair and maintenance of all plant systems, equipment, grounds and facilities. Assists in managing the operations of the Batch & Furnace Department, supplying quality glass for plant operations in an economical manner. Supports compliance efforts with local, state and federal regulations concerning environmental affairs, OSHA, NFPA, and other governing agencies.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

(All other duties as assigned)

  • Assists in directing and analyzing operations relative to changes in organization, personnel, equipment, department policies and procedures.

  • Assists in directing preventive maintenance programs. Under the direction of the Plant Engineer, conducts periodic inspections of all plant systems, equipment, facilities and grounds. Assists in implementing corrective actions when necessary.

  • Under the direction of the Plant Engineer is responsible for the quality of all work performed by maintenance and production employees assigned to the Plant Engineering function. Coordinates and supervises all construction and service work performed by the outside contractors as directed.

  • Has working relationship with Toledo Engineering and outside contractors and supplies.

  • Assists in overseeing health and safety issues affecting ergonomic factors.

  • Conducts periodic inspection of all plant systems, equipment, facilities and grounds. Oversees all changes or upgrades

  • Supervises training of personnel to ensure all crafts (electrical, hydraulic and mechanical). Ensures efficiency and high standards are maintained

  • Communicates and directs the application of prescribed safety and environmental regulations

  • Remain consistent with lean six sigma principles, ensure the development of a continuous improvement culture within the Plant by involving relevant salary and hourly workforce in the on going identification, development and implementation of improvements to the manufacturing process / performance, ie: implementation of lean six sigma principles.

  • Ensure correct use of safety equipment and that company safety policies are followed

  • Champion energy savings initiations

  • May oversee plant apprenticeship program

SCOPE AND IMPACT

The position’s emphasis is to provide a committed and high level of technical service, working in partnership with the Plant Engineer and all production related supervision to produce glass containers at continuously improving levels of quality and efficiency.

Position Requirements:

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

High school with strong maintenance and/or furnace operations background.

Post high school training is preferred, e.g., college, military training, apprenticeship programs, etc.

BS in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, or Civil) preferred

Three to Five years experience in a manufacturing (preferably glass) facility.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

This position reports to the Plant Engineer

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

There may be some travel associated with this position for training and/or project work.

Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations.

Must be authorized to work in the country in which you are applying for a position. O-I will not fund or manage the process of obtaining any required work authorization.

About O-I

For more than a century, Owens-Illinois has delivered iconic, brand-building glass packaging to a growing global marketplace. The company was founded in Ohio by Michael J. Owens when he revolutionized the glassmaking industry with invention of the automatic bottle-making machine in 1903.

Since then, O-I has expanded to nearly every corner of the globe, with 79 plants in 23 countries spanning North America, South America, Europe and Asia Pacific. We are proud to employ 27,000 talented people around the world who display the same ingenuity and passion of our founder. As one of the few companies to be included on the Fortune 500 list every year since it began in 1955, we continue to build on that solid foundation and had revenues of $6.7 billion in 2016.

As a preferred packaging partner for our customers, we provide unmatched expertise in glass container design, engineering, manufacturing, quality and service, using industry-leading technology and best practices. Our employees thrive on using their expertise to help our customers connect with and appeal to consumers. Packaging is the first interaction consumers have with a product, and O-I glass conveys an image of superior quality and protects and preserves the taste of food and beverages. Glass is also the world’s most natural and sustainable package, make from three abundant natural ingredients and 100%, endlessly recyclable.

Working at O-I

At O-I, we know that our people differentiate us from our competitors and make our success possible. So we are committed to fostering an environment that attracts and embraces the brightest minds and creating a culture that welcomes diverse ideas and perspectives while encouraging growth and rewarding performance.

Ask any of our 27,000 employees what unites us, and they'll tell you it's our passion for creating iconic, sustainable, beautiful, brand-building glass packaging. Our employees bring craftsmanship, quality and commitment to the creation of every glass container.

Our culture represents a unique combination of Midwest roots and global perspectives. Our employees around the world represent a range of nationalities, languages, customs and lifestyles. As we have grown, we have welcomed many cultures into our family yet remain one O-I, with values that transcend all geographies: safety, passion, teamwork, integrity, excellence, customer centricity and diversity.

For decades we have provided rewarding, stable jobs to thousands of employees around the world. In addition to good wages, we provide employees with a suite of benefits – including health care, retirement and other country-specific amenities. We also sponsor a comprehensive health and wellness program for our employees, and our training and development programs, along with our scale and footprint, provide significant opportunities for growth.

O-I is proud to support the communities in which our people live and work. Our employees around the world give to their communities through volunteerism and community service, and the company supports a variety of organizations and initiatives that advance education, protect the environment and promote arts and culture.

O-I is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process, or in order to perform the essential functions of a position, please contact O-I at corp.comm@o-i.com and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information.