Job Division Guardian Glass
    REF. 2018-3135
    Position Type (Portal Searching)
    Regular Full-Time
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    Who is Guardian Industries?


    When you are looking at a city’s skyline or the grilles on the latest cars and trucks, chances are you’re seeing our products. Through Guardian Glass, a Guardian Industries company, we make high- performance, energy efficient glass for homes and buildings. SRG Global™, a Guardian Industries company, makes automotive trim products that define a vehicle’s DNA and help improve fuel efficiency. 

    And perhaps most of all, we make the ideas, formulas and processes that make these products possible. Guardian Industries is 18,000 people working to make products that improve people’s lives!


    Guardian Industries is seeking you to become our next Maintenance Planner.



    A Day In The Life Typically Includes


    A Day In The Life Typically Includes


    Know what must be done in maintenance planning and scheduling, and how well it must be done, for the maintenance business process to operate at a high level of performance, reliability and repeatability and translate this into results.


    Reliability & Maintenance Planner & Scheduler results are achieved by fully documented quality work processes and outcome-based systems with clearly established and well-defined performance targets, deadlines, outcomes, responsibilities and authorities that are identified for every stage of the maintenance process.


    The Maintenance Planners & Schedulers primary duties are to ensure ‘right-first-time’ job performance so that equipment reliability is maximized, while seeking maximum ‘tool or wrench time’ from maintenance technicians, SME’s, Engineers and/ or any resource pool.


    This is achieved by the Planner & Scheduler driving safety and removing uncertainty and risk when equipment technicians perform a wide range of (reactive and proactive) maintenance tasks.   These individuals ensure quality procedure and process content and establish job and work packages covering all equipment safety, reliability, parts condition and work quality proof-tests (so called ‘fix effectiveness’) such that the maintenance work performed delivers substantial equipment reliability and performance improvement and growth.


    This role requires technical skills such that the quality and quantity of parts are correctly identified, and pre-assembled (‘kitted’), such that inventory is ‘protected’ and checked for correctness (then delivered) to the technician. It is necessary to have accurate time and job costs for financial improvement (cost of ownership) so accurately scheduled and executed work minimizes adverse impact to operations.


    The Maintenance Planners & Schedulers develop cost and time estimates & document procedures for proactive and planned maintenance and pre-assemble and prepare necessary parts, equipment, services and work documentation to perform the maintenance work. They develop and write applicable maintenance procedures that promote precision maintenance, reduce waste, and increase maintenance efficiency and effectiveness, positions will be expected to work a standard dayshift schedule with 24/7 on call support as needed.


    What You Will Need


    Ten (10) years of progressive growth & leadership capabilities and proven responsibilities in a manufacturing organization with knowledge of float plant equipment and equipment maintenance procedures and methods.   Combination of AA Degree and/or BSC in electrical, mechanical, business or industrial engineering may be considered in lieu of five (5) years of manufacturing and/or reliability-based systems experience

    What You Will Need?

    What do we have to offer?


    If you have been looking for an environment where people are valued, entrepreneurial spirit is boundless and opportunities for success are based on merit, and if you want to add value to your company, then Guardian Industries may be the place for you.




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