Track the progress of the project including maintaining records of expenditures, accounting, costing and billing. Create and execute project work plans and revising as needed to meet changing needs and requirements.
The MEM is responsible for monitoring and analyzing SPC data related to product and process performance, conduct root cause analysis, making recommendations and implementing corrective/preventive action for non-conformance issues.
Responsible for the maintenance of the facility to include the understanding of and ability to explain basic mechanical theory to direct reports, coordinating vendors, projecting and establishing preventative maintenance programs and schedules, while directing the maintenance staff to insure that all equipment is properly maintained and operational.
Develop and implement EHS programs, policies, procedures and best practice techniques, implement new regulatory requirements, and provide control measures that reduce or eliminate risks to the Company. Implement and maintain an EHS Management Systems.
Work with project managers to support the creation, maintenance and execution of project plans, work breakdown structures, schedules. Ensure correct resource assignments commensurate with the priority and complexity of project tasks.
The main purpose of this position is to supervise the maintenance staff and operations of all activities related to club maintenance and to ensure that the club consistently meets standards for cleanliness and safety.
Manage all aspects of the maintenance department including; staff, scheduling, coordinating, directing, vendor/contractor management, directing project management/improvements, budget management, safety, quality, energy use/conservation and planning of all manufacturing maintenance activities.