Maintenance Manager

Company Name:
CEO, Inc.
CEO's National recruiting practice has been engaged to execute a search for a Maintenance manager in
south carolina
. The company is a world-recognized leader in their market and a manufacturer for a wide variety of industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, and defense among others.The company holds high tenure throughout the organization. They offer a stable environment, excellent benefits and market competitive compensation.
This person is expected to reevaluate their maintenance department and restructure for the future success of the facility.They will also be expected to develop track metrics within the department to improve efficiencies and eliminate recurring breakdown causes. They must apply their mechanical and electrical engineering principles to eliminate out failures and improve efficiencies of equipment. They must have an ability to demonstrate the implementation and maintenance of an effective predictive maintenance program process for the facility's equipment. In addition they must perform project management of large capital initiatives, maintain the maintenance expense and capital budgets, and develop maintenance engineers supervisors.
In order to be considered for this critical role, this person must have at least 10 years' experience in a maintenance capacity. They must have computerized maintenance management system experience, project management experience, and predictive maintenance program experience. This person needs to have both electrical & mechanical skills as well as at least 3 years' experience managing people and budgets in a supervisory capacity. The organization is looking for an individual with a hand-on attitude and familiar working in a union environment.If you would like to learn more about this role or other positions, please contact Hilary Maskas at 704.369.3216 or email her at

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