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Maintenance Forman

Location: WY Posted Date: December 25, 2012
Employer: Walter Energy Apply By: February 23, 2013
Employer Job Id: 1588 CareerMine Job Id: 884136

Description :

This role is responsible for supervising maintenance staff and ensuring that the Company’s equipment is maintained and repaired in a timely and efficient manner.

Maintaining the highest level of housekeeping within the maintenance areas. Conducting incident investigations and have a copy in the managers hands within 12 hours. Supervising coordinating and scheduling the activities of the assigned crew to effectively optimize the utilization of resources man power tools equipment parts and material and personnel toward the goal of optimum equipment availability.

Ensuring the highest availability of mining equipment and minimize equipment down time. Working with planning to ensure that the PM & work schedule is maintained according to plan and communicating otherwise. Monitoring shop tooling and Service vehicle use and making recommendation for any adjustments to this inventory for budget purposes. The successful candidate will have a valid journeyman’s certificate technologist certificate or engineering degree in a relevant discipline.

  • Supervisory training.
  • A minimum of three years of maintenance supervisory experience in an open pit mining or similar environment. Five to seven years hands on non-supervisory experience in the repairs and servicing of the class of equipment used by the mine.
  • Experience with equipment on-board diagnostics equipment.
  • Experience in environmental management systems with particular reference to spill avoidance containment and report. Use of computerized maintenance management systems.
  • Use of computerized parts catalogs. Involvement in the implementation of safety programs will be an asset.