Supervisor,Manufacturing - Full Time - Richmond

Date: 07-Aug-2019

Location: Richmond, BC, BC, CA

Company: Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited

About Us

 

Proudly Canadian and Independently Owned, We are Coke Canada.

 

We are a family business that unites more than 6,000 employees working together to support one another, our customers, consumers and our communities. Our heritage of manufacturing, marketing, selling, and distributing Coca-Cola brand products, and other allied brands in Canada runs more than 120-years deep!

 

We are the face of Coca-Cola and its Partner Brands to Canadians. We produce and deliver the beverages and experiences that delight them at every occasion in their life.  We are the bottler for an entire nation with a vision and commitment to becoming “the greatest” in our industry.

 

About our People

 

We believe our people are the DNA of our organization.  With an unwavering commitment to do their best every day, we also share values which define how we work:

 

  • Safety First - For all of us safety is non-negotiable and must come first.
  • Integrity - We nurture trust and keep our word.
  • Accountability - We all take ownership and responsibility for our actions and the parts of the business that we impact.
  • Quality – We focus on quality in every aspect of our business.  Our products refresh families across Canada, including our own, so we work to deliver the best for them, every time.
  • Entrepreneurial – A mind set of being results focused, sharing improvements & innovations towards a better future.

 

About You

If you often find yourself saying “this can be done” or are often questioning “is there a better way?” then Coke Canada has opportunities that will encourage you and your teams to step forward.  We offer a variety of opportunities that will enable you to develop your skills, challenge yourself and progress your career.   

 

 

Position Overview:

The Maintenance Supervisor is an afternoon fulltime position located at the Bottling Production Facility in Richmond, British Columbia. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Supervisor supervises and coordinates activities within the maintenance department while working in close collaboration with the members of the production facility. The incumbent ensures that maintenance activities are performed correctly and efficiently on the assets in the production facility utilizing preventive and predictive maintenance tactics.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manages daily maintenance activities of the team in a unionized environment, work orders, work schedules, timesheet approvals, maintains employee files, ensuring daily tasks and procedures are followed out safely and correctly.
  • Supports the maintenance department planning shutdown work, reviewing parts and schedules are in place
  • Reviews KPI's, deciding and implementing corrective measures to the team
  • Responsible for maximizing fixed asset utilization rates
  • Ensure proper transfer of information between the shifts and departments
  • Comply with all Company/Plant policies and Regulatory guidelines including but not limited to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), AIB, ISO, OSHA, Quality and Safety Standards.

Required Skills:

  • Proven leadership/supervisory experience is required
  • Ability to work dayshift and majority of the work will be on an afternoon shift
  • Ability to be on a call basis as required for graveyards and weekends
  • Excellent general computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel), SAP experience an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment with a positive attitude
  • Builds and maintains strong business relationships
  • Highly detailed problem-solving approach that comes to a solution in a timely fashion
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and meet target deadlines
  • Strong ability to effectively communicate in English (Oral and written)

Experience & Education:

  • University Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or a technical red seal diploma in Electrical or Millwright certification
  • Preference given to applicants with PLC knowledge and experience
  • Basic knowledge of mechanical and electrical components
  • Previous work in a maintenance manufacturing environment required

 

Important – All offers of employment at Coca-Cola Canada Bottling Limited (“Coke Canada”) are conditional upon a successful background clearance obtained through our contracted third party vendor. The standard clearance requirements depend on the position and may include some or all of the following: criminal clearance, employment verification, education verification and driver’s abstract review. Please advise the Talent Acquisition team if you have any questions or concerns in regards to this once you are contacted for further consideration.

Coke Canada is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce with a number of programs, policies and resources in place to support our people.

For individuals with disabilities, should you require accommodations or support throughout the recruitment process please contact our Talent Acquisition Services team by calling 1-844-383-2653 or email HR@cokecanada.com.