Career Area:Manufacturing & Supply Chain
This is a staff assignment involved in the improvement of the facility (utilities, water, sewer, electrical, structural and hazardous material) and the coordination of the maintenance of various manufacturing equipment. Assignments will vary based on experience and will work independently or as part of a team to resolve problems. This assignment will be geared to systems integration of manufacturing equipment and the support services needed to maintain equipment and/or building operations.
Analyzes and recommends current and future systems, procedures, training and equipment needs based upon understanding and communication with users. Determines acceptability of new equipment based on industrial equipment specifications and recommends modification or revision as necessary.
Troubleshoots throughout the facility to determine the cause of failure, the lack of efficiency and the need for repair or improvement of systems or equipment. Resolves problems in design and recommends solutions to prevent recurrence of problem. Troubleshooting duties may be specific in nature based on area of expertise, but could include other disciplines.
Coordinates development of a planned maintenance program and prepares documentation to support maintenance frequency and recurring problems. Investigates problems occurring in the shop that are maintenance related and recommends solutions to alleviate the problem.
Work assignments are assigned based on specific background and major projects are divided according to individual expertise, experience and educational background. Coordination between the various disciplines is essential for successful completion of assignment. Expertise may be in electrical, computer applications, mechanical, construction, structural or environmental areas.
Determines legal requirements for hazardous wastes and air emissions and ensures that the facility is in compliance with state, federal and local laws and regulations. Conducts necessary training for facility personnel with regard to these subjects.
Determines building requirements for utilities, water, sewer and electrical systems. Assists in the design of these systems to reflect changes in building requirements due to new equipment and/or rearrangement.
Manages outside contractors performing maintenance, repairs or changes to the facility or utility system.
Adheres to established standards, policies and practices relating to quality, cost reduction, safety, hazardous materials and ergonomics in performing assigned duties.
The education and experience requirements for this position are to meet at least one of the following criteria:
1.Accredited Engineering degree with 2 yrs relevant experience
2.Bachelors’ or 2 year Engineering Technology degree with 4 yrs relevant experience
3.No defined degree with 6 yrs relevant experience
Travel up to 10% of time. Good Communication skills.
Caterpillar is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).
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