Receives and reviews all non-emergency work orders from the requesting departments of the areas to which he/she is assigned. • The PSWC reviews and screens each work order to see that it has been properly filled out with the required information by the requester of the work • Examines all non-emergency work orders to be done and determines scope and best way to accomplish the work. • Identifies and obtains materials required on the work order. Consults with requester, maintenance supervisor, engineers or craftsman when necessary. • Ensures safety needs are given a top priority in work planning and scheduling. • Reviews, plans and schedules all recurring PM (preventive maintenance) activities • Develops an integrated maintenance work schedule for the maintenance area supervisor/leads (including PM, PDM, and non-emergency repair work orders). • Works with Facility Managers to properly prioritize work and ensure proper resource allocation • Develops and maintains planner reference systems (library) including a file of planned job packages for recurring jobs. Equipment and process specific labor and material information within the library are used to simplify the planning of new jobs. • Ensures completed schedules and work orders are returned promptly and that all completed work orders are filled out completely by the craftsman, maintenance supervisor, and authorized contractor representatives. • Performs post job reviews to ensure actual work performed and post maintenance testing was adequate; identify changes needed to PM program (based on activity results) and/or changes to equipment design and/or inventory management practices to optimize the overall maintenance process
It is essential that this position be staffed by personnel with both technical knowledge and human relation skills. This position is a key member of a cross functional team that supports the improvement of plant reliability and the move from reactive to proactive maintenance work. This is a highly skilled position within the maintenance organization that requires prior experience with the equipment, processes, and workflow within the facilities.
• Strong knowledge of CMMS systems and related systems/software • Strong knowledge of work management processes, labor estimating, resource balancing, etc • Good working knowledge of facilities equipment and O&M requirements • Strong understanding of proper OSHA safety practices and procedures • Good organization skills • Strong understanding of skilled crafts such as HVAC, carpentry, electricity and electronics, mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics, plumbing and pipe fitting, etc. • Ability to read and understand blueprints and/or schematic diagrams • Technical writing ability • Strong oral and written communications skills • Demonstrated ability for independent decision-making • Must be flexible and responsive to the needs of the business • Must have the ability to overcome obstacles and have the organizational skills necessary to complete assignments in a timely manner • Demonstrated ability to be proactive in problem solving and to lead the resolution of equipment problems
Location: Bethesda, Maryland