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Company: Waste Pro
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Career Level: Mid-Senior Level
Industries: Energy, Utilities, Environmental

Description

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for supervising a team of maintenance shop employees and directing the workflow to ensure the safety and productivity of Waste pro vehicles, equipment and / or containers. This role may act as manager-on-duty in the absence of other managerial personnel and handles a broad array of management responsibilities.

RESPONSIBILITIES
1.Diagnoses mechanical problems and performance repairs and maintenance on Waste Pro equipment to maximize safe and productive operations. Reviews and completes repairs identified on DVIR and/or repair orders. Road test vehicles to diagnose problems and confirm completed repairs. 


2.Supervises team of employees who are responsible for the repair, installation and maintenance of Waste Pro machinery and heavy duty equipment, including but not limited to, Rear Load, Front Load, Roll Off, Grapple, Portable Restrooms, and Containers.

3. Prepares and reviews all repair orders to ensure that labor, materials, and parts are properly charged and work is completed according to established guidelines. Maintains logs of repairs performed on each vehicle.


4. Recommends hiring actions, coach, counsel and evaluate performance, identify training opportunities, monitor and track employee attendance, complete disciplinary actions/meetings and apply Positive Leadership principles. Trains employees in proper work methods, equipment operation, and enforces safety rules and regulations.


5. Develop and maintain constructive working relationships with the managers, drivers, helpers, mechanics and admin etc


6. Identify equipment and parts needs and procures parts, within assigned spending limits, necessary to complete repairs. Refers larger purchases or major repairs to Maintenance Manager as appropriate.


7. Participates in the safety lane process, reviews DVIR's (Driver Vehicle Inspection Reports), determines repair priorities, assigns and reviews work of several mechanics. Inspects trucks and tools and monitors maintenance activities, verifying the quality of work performed to ensure safety and productivity procedures are followed.

Essential Functions- The statements above are intended only to describe the general nature of the job and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of position responsibilities.

Working Conditions
* Shop environment including, but not limited to, machines, tools, heavy equipment, chemicals, solvents, dust and fumes.
* Exposure to chemical and residential waste.
* Inside facility, outside environment exposed to weather and vibrations from trucks and maintenance facility.
* Occasional exposure to extreme weather conditions.


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