Maintenance Supervisor- Bodyshop (Contract Role)


Purpose of the RoleThe Bodyshop maintenance Supervisor must adhere to the COMPANYumbrella (SQDMCPEL). Main daily deliverables will be under Delivery as per position details.Have an understanding of the VOSS Section 1.2.5 and 1.2.6, 1.3 and 2.2Knowledge of the LQOS Element and Support the 1st, 2nd and 3rd shift/crew build and training requirementsKey Responsibilities:Safety:Ensure Safety elements are adhered to.Drive SOS element implementationsDrive closure of Safety near missesDrive closure of CCAR and SBI, elimination of repetitive items.Drive 5S and HousekeepingQuality:Work together within Maintenance Engineering department to drive continuous improvement of process and facility.Support critical changes in a timely manner.Ensure MWG deliver quality installations, repairs and maintenance.Drive and maintain production systems visual factory.Delivery:Develop Skilled Trades manpower allocationsCoordinate all Body tooling changes and modificationsEstablish tooling readiness targets for initial start-up by sequence of operationsOversee the design and layout of all Body tooling and equipmentAssist the LPWR Leader to review the equipment documentation and the technical training materialsDeliver the Reliability & Maintainability (R&M) and FTPM strategies for the Body area as per VOSS section2.2 standard.Select Body Tooling & Equipment Specialists and provide leadership and direction to the groupLead the Tooling & Equipment Specialists to establish maintenance schedules and spare parts requirementsDevelop timing for necessary Body area building and tooling refurbishments and installationsCoordinate plant participation in tooling design, vendor reviews and equipment buyoffs.Provide direction on controls design, including:Sequence operation of equipmentPLC programmingCompany safety requirements and standards are addressed and metPeripheral equipment identificationSupport equipment installation, refurbishment and all other Tooling Trial (TT) requirementsCoordinate training requirements for the Body skilled trades with the LPWR LeaderMaintenance Operating System (MOS):Understand and consistently apply standard maintenance operating systems (MOS)Strategic planning and coordination of Continuous Improvement activities to achieve objectives set out in MOSFacilitate Results Process through utilization of MOS tools: MTTR, MTBF, JPH, Uptime, Start-up Losses, POR, BPR, PJO, area CI board, Update work plan, master schedule, A3s, Predictive maintenance, Preventative maintenance, Autonomous maintenance.Update work plan, master schedule, A3s critical to support delivery element and ensure that maintenance objectives and issues are being implemented and addressed respectively.Drive continuous improvement on systemic abnormalities to prevent re-occurrence, G8D, Constraint Management, execution of open Paynter PCA and ICA actions.Plan maintenance tasks, monitor completion and effectiveness, and drive improvement and/or coaching opportunitiesManage the coordination of weekend work, downtime & Plant Shutdowns to ensure the team is executing activities and delivering results.Plan and implement revisions and improvements to meet the new standards as the maintenance operating systems matureEnsure basic administrative activities are completed as required.Adhere to FPS Time and Data cadence to create stability in day to day functions.High level feedback to Team ManagerCost:Control Area cost per unit (CPU) which includesOvertimeUtilitiesSpare PartsWastePeople:Build Process Coach & Team Leader Capability by supporting and mentoring.Assist with Artisan skill matrix development and execution of training. Allow and ensure future development.Enable a culture of learning through demonstration of effective communication skillsRespect and encourage respect of all team members by actionsMentor, nurture, develop teams to own working together, modelling Company values and expected behaviours.Develop and provide feedback for the Process Coach professional developmentCreate a Zero Tolerance environment and re-affirm team members respect each otherCreate a proactive performance driven culture that listens, reacts and supports (effective communication, education, listening, trust) to capture the hearts and minds of the peopleProactively recognise the teams accomplishments and improve moraleEnvironment:Ensure Environmental Operating System is adhered to. (EOS)Ensure Energy Management Operating System is adhered to. (EMOS)Minimum experience & qualifications requiredMinimum of 5 years within the Automotive Maintenance Industry.ND/Degree Mechanical/ Electrical Engineering Determining factors: Specific automotive Bodyshop experienceRobotics Experience: Obara, Fanuc, Kawasaki, ABB and KukaPLC: Siemens (5 & 7)Network Experience: Profibus, Interbus, Profinet, DevicenetVisualizations (HMI): SCADA, WINCCWelding Equipment: Bosch Timers, SCA, Aro Obara Gun TimersBehavioural skills requiredMust possess the ability to analyze and resolve issues quickly through root cause analysis and drive change back to the production departments. Must have the necessary skill set to have job placement flexibility and the expectation to rotate to various positions within the plant such as Production or QualityMust demonstrate the ability to execute to achieve results, while organizing and managing multiple prioritiesMust have the ability to serve as a strong and confident technical mentor to the production organization (both hourly and salary)Must be able to understand and operate robots and faultfindingMust be proficient with Microsoft Office tools such as Word, Excel and OutlookMust have a good understanding of field bus networks, its operation and maintenance
Posted
05/05/2022
Location
Johannesburg, GT, ZA