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Electrical Maintenance Manager

Detroit, Michigan
The Electrical Maintenance Manager is responsible for crew safety, environmental compliance, productivity, profitability, employee retention, and customer satisfaction within the business unit. Assist in management of all company activities as a collaborative member of the management team.

• Responsible for the implementation of business unit safety activities to meet or exceed organizational goals
• Maintains interpersonal relationships with individuals both external and internal to the organization
• Be an active participant of developing and maintaining a culture of professionalism
• Develops employees to maximize performance potential
• Responsible for supervising others in a union environment
• Responsible for enforcement of rules, policies, or expectations, etc.
• Responsible for the implementation of crew/turn safety activities to meet or exceed organizational goals
• Associate’s Degree in Electrical Engineering preferred but not required
• Heavy industrial experience in an operating discipline
• Proficient in troubleshooting
• Proficient in PLC knowledge to use in troubleshooting control issues
• Understanding of power distribution systems
• Some understanding of instrumentation and calibration of electronics
• Strong safety experience
• Familiar with maintaining computerized maintenance management systems
• Team Leading experience that demonstrates effective planning skills and an ability to manage and develop people
• Demonstrated organizational skills and presence through a track record of accomplishments
• Demonstrated capability to achieve results through people, technology and processing equipment
• Good knowledge of the assigned area of responsibility
• Ability to function within a matrix organization in which functional and business leaders have equal authority within the organization and employees report to both a functional leader and a business leader
• Ability to develop and maintain productive relationships with both a functional and business leader, who collaborate on employee issues and decisions (including performance management, compensation and development)

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