Located in Gardena, California, Permaswage designs and manufactures separable and permanent fluid fittings and installation tolling for aerospace and defense applications.
Responsible for directing and overseeing all functions of the organization associated with facility engineering. Evaluates bids and proposals, sets budgetary constraints, reviews the qualifications of contractors and assesses the needs for new systems and equipment. Responsible for developing and maintaining the Facility and Production Equipment Preventative Maintenance Program. Maintains and reports on Energy and Maintenance Pipelines.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Generates specifications for various facility and equipment projects.
Plans and schedules physical facilitiesrenovation layout and cost.
Originates funding approval documents for various facility renovation/modification projects.
Coordinates changes to the capital budget.
Writes capital appropriation requests as required.
Tracks capital expenditures (both material and labor) for all CAR (Capital-at-Risk) projects.
Creates and maintains facility drawings.
Analyzes the potential impact of new technology on plant business processes and determines whether they would benefit the operation; makes recommendations to immediate supervisor and senior staff.
Provides support to production operations by identifying constraints related to equipment or facilities and providing appropriate alternatives.
Monitors machine downtime and preventative maintenance status; taking appropriate corrective action and reporting status as required.
Monitors energy consumption; taking appropriate corrective action and reporting status as required.
Ensures all work performed by direct employees and contractors meets all regulatory agency requirements (e.g. OSHA, EPA, Cal-OSHA, etc.).
Determines department staffing needs; recruiting and hiring as appropriate.
Actively coaches, develops, monitors, evaluates, and continually improves the performance and competency of all team members from an individual and team perspective.
Complies with all environmental safe practices and regulations.Reads all MSDS’ and possesses thorough knowledge of all oil and chemical labeling and storage requirements.Conducts or assigns the responsibility for performing the EH&S self-inspection, 6S audit and safety huddles.
Complies with and supports the PCC Code of Conduct.
Develops quotation requests for equipment, services and supplies as required.
Contacts vendors and contractors to acquire equipment, services and supplies.
Serves as an active member of the 6S Steering Committee and Central Safety Committee.
Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.
Bachelor’s degree, engineering degreepreferred
5+ years related experience in Supervision/performance management
Ability to read Blueprints
Must possess analytical ability
Effective written and verbal communication skills
Intermediate use of MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)