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Lozier is working on a large-scale strategic initiative, and we need an experienced manufacturing reliability leader for this multi-year project with previous experience leading plant-wide change.
The Maintenance Reliability Manager is a plant leader who is responsible for effectively managing both Maintenance Technicians and Supervisors to proactively implement best practices in reliability maintenance, and to develop procedures to enhance plant/equipment dependability going forward. This position will partner with top level leadership to pilot safety initiatives, equipment and process standardization, and root cause solutions that can be shared and implemented organization-wide (multi-plant). They will help develop, coordinate, and maintain current reliability focused activities, programs and training. They are responsible for the optimization of physical assets, as well as leading any necessary transformational changes in relation to streamlined maintenance and reliability processes and future strategies.
Essential Job Functions
Education: Associate degree or two-year certification in related technical field or equivalent experience. Bachelor degree in technical field preferred.
Experience: Minimum of 5 years of experience in an engineering, maintenance, or tool & die position; with at least 2 years of demonstrated success in leading/managing a technical area, such as manufacturing engineering, tool & die, or maintenance in a manufacturing setting, if degreed. Minimum 8 years of experience in an engineering, maintenance or tool & die position; with at least 4 years of demonstrated success in leading/managing a technical area, such as manufacturing engineering, tool & die, or maintenance in a manufacturing setting, if non-degreed.
Headquartered in Omaha, Lozier began manufacturing fixtures in 1956, and originated the basics of today’s shelving systems. Today, Lozier has over 4 million square feet of manufacturing and distribution space across facilities located in five states. We are committed to quality and service, building our business around integrity and respect, and investing in our people and communities.
Our core values are the backbone of our business. These values are reflective of who we are, what we stand for and how we work, both as a company and as individuals.
People Matter: Company Success is based on valuing and listening to you. Every employee matters and makes an impact. We treat each other with respect and kindness. We are transparent and honest always.
Work as a Team: No silos. No egos. Everyone works toward a common goal in support of the team. Minimize the effect of hierarchy and levels of hierarchy within the company.
Excellence is expected in all that we do and we reward it. Aspire for the highest standards of safety, service, quality and design of products.
Customer Committed: Evolve with retailers' needs. Consistently and reliably manufacture solutions for customers as their business needs evolve; respond in a systematic way to customers.
Innovation: Strive for better. We win or we learn. Be curious and action oriented. Work toward better solutions in all aspects of the business. Making mistakes is part of learning; failure in the short-term for success in the long-term is acceptable.
Accountability: Take ownership of results, not just tasks. We expect and encourage ownership. You can't be passive and be an be an owner. Actions based on ownership will lead to success.