Maintenance Supervisor

We are seeking candidates to fill a position of Maintenance Supervisor in our Brunswick, Georgia operation.

The successful candidate will have experience in directing the maintenance and repair of equipment, to include cranes, payloaders, forklifts, bulldozers, sweepers, track mobiles, personnel high reaches, shop tools, shop equipment, and conveyor systems.
This position reports to the Maintenance Manager.

Job Responsibilities
Responsible for safe operation and repair of all Maintenance Department equipment.
Supervise the accurate and timely completion of all Equipment Division administrative paperwork.
Train assigned personnel in the appropriate operation and safety of equipment.
Coordinate contractor activities and repairs.

Job Requirements
Two years minimum supervisory experience with knowledge of maintenance tools and equipment, and repair and operation of industrial engineering equipment;
Must have experience in direct current programmable logic control drive systems;
Must possess working knowledge of Long Shoring OSHA Guidelines and pertinent NFPA Regulations;
Ability to maintain records pertaining to training, maintenance, budget restraints and operations;
Computer literate with ability to use maintenance management software;
Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing, and read manuals and procedures.
Ability to make basic mathematical calculations related to daily job functions;
High school diploma or GED.

What We Offer
Competitive hourly rate;
A wide range of benefits, including group insurance, a 401K plan and vacation plan.
The successful candidate must be eligible to obtain a TWIC card or already have one, through the Federal Transportation Security Administration.

If you are interested in this position and possess the required qualifications, please forward your resume to the Human Resources Department.
(410) 752-9985 E-mail:
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We Offer Equal Job Opportunity to All Applicants

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