Under supervision from Senior Manager the worker will support oversight activities related to Integrated Facilities Management.
The placement will be considered successful if there are no interruptions to Operations related to Integrated Facilities Management activities.
The Senior Associate Maintenance will provide support to Development Supply Chain Facilities and Engineering (DSC F&E) for activities related to Integrated Facilities Management (IFM).
This individual with the direction from Senior Manager Maintenance will be working with cross-functional teams that includes members from Integrated Service Providers, Site Quality, and Manufacturing.
Provide oversight support of Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) within DSC
Perform revisions of Standard Operating Procedures
Own Corrective Action Records related to IFM Scope
Perform periodic audits/assessment of areas supported by Integrated Service Provider (ISP) during on shift and off shift hours
Lead or participate in investigations related to deviations and safety events
Support metrics gathering and analysis
Support key deliverables and/ or projects related to Integrated Facilities Management
Associate’s degree and 4 years of Facility/Maintenance management experience
High school diploma / GED and 8 years of Facility/Maintenance management experience
Previous experience with facilities management or maintenance of a regulated Manufacturing Area
Knowledge of computerized maintenance management system preferably MAXIMO
Able to successfully manage workload to timelines
Collaborates and communicates well with others, able to balance divergent inputs from various stakeholders and drive issue resolution
Demonstrated experience with document revision and root cause analysis
Strong analytical and critical thinking capability – able to respond to changes, gather required data, evaluate options, and communicate analysis recommendations to facilitate decision making
Attention to detail, strong organizational skills and error-proofing habits
"This posting is for Contingent Worker, not an FTE"