MillerCoors Plant Maintenance Mechanic in Golden, Colorado
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Contributes to a safe work place by performing all tasks in accordance with company policies and procedures, OSHA, EPA, FDA, and GMP guidelines. Such as Lock-Out/Tag-Out/Try-Out, safety rules, confined-space entry, regulations, codes (Building, fire, etc.) and engineering standards
Monitor and trend asset performance for their responsible equipment using available tools i.e. EPAC and EIT for the purpose of improving safety, OEE, ME, and reliability accessibility/maintainability, waste reduction and quality.
Evaluate problems and generate options to find actionable practical solutions. This will be achieved by leading and facilitating RCFA’s, 5 whys, Pareto Analysis and Fishbones diagrams.
Identify system or equipment deficiencies, and initiates the modification process, utilizing peers, team members, engineering, purchasing, vendors, technical support groups, and other resources. Update prints, programs, equipment manuals and other documentation. Ensure successful changes are implemented on like equipment. Communicate changes made to those affect
Support brewing operations by coaching/mentoring, developing SOP’s, quick-fix routines for the breakdown process and carrying out work activities as planned during maintenance day windows.
Develop and execute equipment specific training as required for both the operation and maintenance craft
Responsible for follow-through on check-outs to ensure start-up schedule is met
Develop and participate in equipment specific COD’s (Center of Development), technical forums and asset strategy activities.
Provide a resource to MCBC plants when equipment specific issues arise and build relationships with SME’s in other plants and vendors
Develop and plan the equipment strategy for assigned equipment which will include the overhaul plan- execution –post OH activities.
Lead the execution of the overhaul plan – Directing assigned craft. Brewing specialist and any other necessary resources
Ensure follow-up on all section of the equipment that could not be addressed during the OH because of either time or manpower restraints
Rebuild all repairable spares removed from their piece of equipment in preparation for the next OH
Provide equipment history. Documents all work performed using the current maintenance computer system and other reporting structures.
Uses this information to make decisions to improve the reliability of the equipment process
Works with planners to identify, define, and prioritize work needed to improve equipment reliability.
Interfaces with the planners to develop equipment history
Provide technical support to the manufacturing techs, plant engineering and contractors for baseline and capital projects.
Be a resource for QC, production and the team mechanics and electricians as problems with their specific piece of equipment occur.
Source for all equipment specific SAP Master Data, PM task lists and bill of materials
Evaluate the effectiveness of preventive maintenance routines, making revisions and improvements to increase effectiveness
Understands the principles of product quality control, balanced line flow and is proactive in verifying that repair work and modification support the achievement of these goals.
The job includes working in areas of varying degrees of noise, dust, humidity, cold, and hot temperatures. The position also involves frequent stooping or crawling in cramped quarters, hard hat or bump cap, safety glasses, safety shoes and hearing protection. Routine lifting of 50 pounds is normal practice. Ability to work any shift or schedule is required.
10162BRBrewing MechanicUnited States MillerCoors LLCGoldenWe’re committed to creating the best team in beer. It takes a diverse group of innovators, thought leaders, problem solvers and influencers to deliver results and make cool ideas a reality. We grow skills on the job and in the classroom with our award-winning MillerCoors University. And no matter your needs, our benefits are competitive and the perks are many. From family leave and dependent care, to flexible work options and even allowances for free beer, our people are rewarded with more than just a paycheck. At MillerCoors, we do more than brew great beer, we craft great careers.
· Four years of industrial maintenance and /or four years practical experience in an accredited industrial apprenticeship program.
· Must be a minimum 21 years of age.
· High School diploma or equivalent
· Related work experience: Industrial Journey level and on-the-job experience in a heavy industrial mechanics field.
*What must this position accomplish in the next 6 months? Next 12 months?
· Learn the layout of the Brewery
· Proficient in SAP
· Troubleshoot and resolve mechanical issues
· Develop relevant team safety initiatives, shared learning's.
· Generate L9 or technical corrective equipment specific work orders in SAP.
· Provide BOM, PM review and equipment specific parts usage SAP master data updates
· Participate and also lead structured problem solving activities Generate strategies to increase machine availability and machine efficiency. Track and
Funtional Area (example: Brewery Operations, Marketing, Sales, Finance):
MillerCoors is an Equal Opportunity Employer:
We are committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in our employment and personnel practices. Applicants are considered for all employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.