Maintenance and Reliability Professional
From frosting on birthday cakes to the fuel in your car, Cargill Corn Milling North America (Cargill Corn Milling) is a part of your life in more ways than you would imagine. Leading national brands choose Cargill Corn Milling to develop, manufacture, and deliver ingredients that differentiate their food and beverage products in the marketplace. In addition, Cargill Corn Milling unlocks the goodness of the common corn kernel to create ingredients that are used in cattle feed, plastics, food packaging and medicines. Cargill Corn Milling also markets its own national brands, such as Truvia?, a zero-calorie sweetener; Sweet Bran?, a value-added cattle feed; and Regenasure?, the only vegetarian glucosamine produced in the United States. BIOasis? is a feedstock co-location partnership program that offers over the fence product to bio-processing and biotechnology companies. Cargill Corn Milling employs more than 2,500 people and operates facilities in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas.The Maintenance and Reliability Professional (Reliability Coordinator) position is responsible for being the liaison between maintenance and operations for identifying and correcting maintenance processes, assuring priority maintenance work is completed utilizing appropriate resources and in conjunction with production schedules, and ensuring work is done according to established safety standards.Principal Accountabilities40% Act as primary contact between production and maintenance to schedule required maintenance. Prioritize maintenance schedules ensuring Predictive Maintenance (PdM) and Preventative Maintenance (PM) work is completed first.20% Enter and approve work orders and maintenance requisitions; manage maintenance expense jobs (i.e. write and control work).15% Coordinate use of outside contractors for the department.15% Ensure all work is done according to established safety and food safety standards, train technicians in fundamentals of maintenance and reliability best practices.5% Active member of Maintenance and Departmental Improvement teams.5% Any other duties as assigned.If selected for an interview, you will be required to submit signed copies of your last two performance reviews. ?(A completed e-PMP is considered a signed copy.)?Skills:
Required:Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Technical discipline with minimum 1 year production, operations or maintenance work related experience.OR High School Diploma/GED with minimum 4 year?s production, operations or maintenance work related experience.Demonstrated understanding of precision maintenance techniques (alignment, shaft tolerances, etc.) and predictive technologies (Vibration Analysis, Infrared, Oil Analysis, Motor Circuit Analysis, etc.) and machinery alignment procedures.Experience and execution in use of Cause Analysis tools (i.e. Root Cause Analysis (RCA), 5 Why, Fishbone, etc.).Excellent organization skills.Ability to adapt and learn in a changing work environment.Ability to manage multiple priorities.Strong attention to detail.Microsoft Office Suite experience.Ability to work independently.Ability to work in a team environment.Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills.Excellent communication and presentation skills both verbal and written.Ability to balance and achieve positive results in the areas of food safety, safety, quality, productivity, cost and employee relations.Preferred:Certified Maintenance Reliability Profession (CMRP) certification.Demonstrated understanding of Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) stores management.Demonstrated knowledge of Process Safety Management including Process Hazard Analysis, Restricted area requirements and Fugitive Emissions Management Systems.Experience in planning and scheduling.Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) experience.Experience in cost control management.Ability to travel as needed.