Location: New Britain, CT
Career Level: Mid-Senior Level
Industries: Recruitment Agency, Staffing, Job Board
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Who We Are High School or Trade School Diploma 4-year college degree preferred Proven experience in project management required Demonstrated prior experience in a significant managerial role supporting operations Experience working as a manufacturing engineer is a plus Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methodology PC knowledge/computer literate Familiarity with manufacturing environment Independent worker (must be able to assign and complete assignments independently) Good interpersonal skills Good organizational skills Verbal/written communication skills Knowledge of facilities maintenance and requirements
We're the World's largest tool company. We're industry visionaries. We're solving problems and advancing the manufacturing trade through innovative technology and our Industry 4.0 Initiative. We are committed to ensuring our state-of-the-art “smart factory” products and services provide greater quality to our customers & greater environmental and social value to our planet. We are unique in that we have a rich and storied history dating back to 1843, but that hasn't stopped us from evolving into a vibrant, diverse, global growth company.
Who You Are
You're a curious problem solver who has the ability to bring big ideas to life. You're creative and scrappy but can navigate a large organization with ease. You're agile and adaptable but work with precision to ensure we deliver top-notch customer experiences, always. You also have:
Assures the optimal functioning of building systems, including HVAC, mechanical, fire/life safety, elevators, power, etc. Manages facilities upkeep/maintenance vendors for grounds maintenance, general building/office cleaning, trash removal, snow removal, cardboard recycling, etc. Responds to annual EH&S, FM Global, and Risk Management audit requirements in a timely manner Accountable for business results and responsible for measuring results. Manage NB Plant facilities, including coaching others to success and conducting employee performance appraisals Setting the stage for the best practice sharing, i.e., benchmarking against other companies, preparing any tools, materials, etc. in such a way that they are applicable across the business. Maintain the ProTrak spreadsheet for the plant Compliance to all Plant Environmental, Health, and Safety policies and Environmental and OSHA regulatory requirements. Directly responsible for maintaining a facilities preventive maintenance program within the confines of an annual budget. This includes all heating, air conditioning, compressors, chillers, etc. as well as maintenance and repair of buildings and plant equipment. Oversee contractors for facility renovation and other projects entailing HVAC, electrical, production floor arrangements, mechanical maintenance, removal of unused equipment, fork truck fleets, etc. Responsible for capital budget cost-down projects, as assigned. Also responsible for plant fleet vehicle maintenance and oversight of approved driver program. Maintain plan for fire evacuation and disaster response. Serves as a facility Emergency Response Coordinator. Provide supervision to MRO contractor (Tool Crib) Provide support as needed to the Farmington River Power Company (FRPC), the Company's hydroelectric power generation plant, which may include cross-training in essential skills for efficient operation of that site. Work with management to review design changes, equipment specifications/substitutions, purchasing requirements related to facilities. Maintain up-to-date records for all state, federal, and insurance semi-annual and annual inspections. Provide resource(s) as needed to adequately maintain the New Britain Hardware complex. Work closely with the Environmental Health Safety and Security functions to fulfill Roadmap and resource requirements. Supports tooling requirements for all metalworking dies, sharpening, heat treating dies, etc. as needed.
What You'll Do
As a Facilities Manager, you'll be part of our Global Operations team located in New Britain, CT. This dynamic operations organization is focused on helping drive sales growth for a $10B business. Specifically, you'll:
Benefits & Perks Career Opportunity: Career paths aren't linear here. Being part of our global company with 60+ brands gives you the chance to grow and develop your skills along multiple career paths. Learning & Development: Our lifelong learning philosophy means you'll have access to a wealth of state-of-the-art learning resources, including our Lean Academy and online university (where you can get certificates and specializations from renowned colleges and universities). Diverse & Inclusive Culture: We pride ourselves on being an awesome place to work. We respect and embrace differences because that's how the best work gets done. You'll find we like to have fun here, too. Purpose-Driven Company: You'll help us continue to make positive changes in the local communities where we work and live as well as in the broader world through volunteerism, giving back and sustainable business practices.
You'll get a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits plan that includes medical, dental, life, vision, wellness program, disability, 401k, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, Paid Time Off, including paid vacation, holidays & personal days, and tuition reimbursement. And, of course, discounts tools and products and well as discount programs for many other vendors and partners.
What You'll Also Get
Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled
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