Maintenance Systems Engineer

Job Description
Responsibilities:
Plan/implement/maintain electrical distribution arc-flash/med-voltage coordination initiatives and implement/maintain up-to-date distribution circuit listings at WI/KY plants.
Plan (2013 currently approximately $1MM) project management/construction management responsibilities. Assist with CapEx estimating/planning/maintenance. Assist with SAI's and Purchase Req's. Assist with proper project closeout/commissioning/records.
Expand use of existing CMMS maintenance system (Cribmaster client on CITRX) throughout WI/KY plants to prepare for likely SAP CMMS in near future. Ensure that all maintenance work requests are assigned a WO to enable best practice maintenance/life-cycle cost tracking. Set quarter-over-quarter WO closure goals.
Increase availability of Wisconsin Facilities department to consult with and assist other North America Nemak plants with facilities/utilities/production systems maintenance projects.
Provide preventive & predictive non-production maintenance engineering support to facilities/utilities/production systems to increase availability/reliability, increase life-span and reduce life-cycle cost of these systems; Utilize Infrared Thermography (IT) training (2008) and IT/oil analysis experience; Utilize HVAC, electrical, stationary engineering coursework (2007); Pursue PdM and Asset Reliability Process training to in-turn train Nemak maintenance technicians.

Desired Education/Experience/Qualifications:
Bachelorís degree in Engineering field.
Training in Infrared Thermography (IT) and IT/oil analysis experience.
HVAC, electrical, stationary engineering coursework.
Predictive Maintenance (PdM) experience.
CMMS experience.
Minimum three years supervising skilled industrial technical and trades personnel.
Automotive parts manufacturing exposure.
Minimum three years industrial facilities engineering experience.
Education or experience with CapEx estimating/planning/maintenance and providing preventive & predictive non-production maintenance engineering support.
Ability to communicate with city officials when retrieving appropriate approvals as necessary.


Nemak offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package including: medical, dental, vision and prescription drug coverage, flexible spending plan, life insurance, long-term disability coverage, 401(k) and pension plans and generous profit sharing.

Nemak specializes in the production of aluminum powertrain components such as cylinder heads, engine blocks and transmission parts for light vehicles since it was founded in 1979.
Nemak leads the industry in the development and production of die cast aluminum components and assemblies from state of the art design, modeling, and rapid prototyping to advanced manufacturing processes in aluminum smelting, high pressure die casting, machining, assembly and quality control.

Nemak is a $3.6 billion Company and has been growing very rapidly. The Companyhas experienced a steady growth rate through strategic acquisitions as well as organic growth. With 35 manufacturing facilities located in 14 different countries in Asia, Europe, North and South America, and employing over 20,000 people worldwide, Nemak is ready to meet the demands of the automotive industry around the world.

Nemak is dedicated to being the value leader in the delivery of quality, cost and innovative solutions for our customers. Our goal is to be recognized by our customers for our operational excellence and continuous improvement in everything we do. The Nemak difference derives in its people. Only through our team of qualified professionals striving towards a common goal, we have become a world-class company.

Company

Nemak USA, Inc

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Wisconsin

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