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Arrow Electronics Facilities Manager in Reno, Nevada


Facilities Manager

Job Description:

The Facilities Maintenance Manager position supports the Logistics operation by maintaining all equipment (automated and mechanized) in a 500,000+ square foot facility. The Maintenance Manager will serve in a capacity of maintenance management and engineering technical expert, for all functional maintenance areas. This role provides analysis, alternatives, recommendations, implementation plans, and oversight of maintenance initiatives focused on maintaining and improving safety, regulatory compliance, production & productivity integrity, improved equipment availability and budgetary mechanical, electrical & instrumentation initiatives.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Leadership of the maintenance team in applying best maintenance practices to maximize equipment reliability & resource availability through engineering improvement and sustainability programs

  • Direct, lead and coach a team of technicians who manage the facilities maintenance as well as interface with managers of other departments and ensure an efficient, fully utilized operation

  • Maintain a high level of employee morale and integrity in the department through positive motivation, development, and training

  • Evaluate and benchmark (gap analysis) existing plant procedures/practices/performance measures versus internal & external industry specific benchmarks

  • Conduct “root cause” failure analysis on chronic maintenance and repair issues and initiates corrective actions to equipment design and / or work practices

  • Develop detailed planning to control departmental elements, including spending, staffing, etc.

  • Collaborate with supplies/purchasing teams to identify and negotiate purchase of needed components, equipment and contract services

  • Oversight of maintenance cost center and accountability to ensure all maintenance objectives are completed on time and within budget / forecast

  • Achieve synergies with vendors / contractors supporting maintenance initiatives

  • Assess and document success / failure of completed work orders, creating feedback to further drive effective work order execution

  • Establish work schedules to include preventive maintenance, cleaning and inspection routines and operational support

  • Optimize spare parts carrying costs and ensure spare parts availability

  • Analyze historical equipment data and apply the understanding to prevent future outages or failures

  • Develop an on-going replacement analysis program for capital equipment based on work order and preventative maintenance histories, reliability performance and cost

  • Establish programs to maintain a mechanical, instrumentation, electrical, regulatory and civil equipment integrity plan, which aligns long range strategic planning, turnaround activity (shut downs), preventative maintenance activity and predictive maintenance activity

  • Manage maintenance projects from concept to implementation, including personnel oversight, sketching, reviewing detailed drawings, vendor negotiations, supervising contractors, and documenting final results

  • Conduct cost / benefit analysis, oversees development of key maintenance initiative justification, presents projects to superiors and gains approval / guidance

  • Communicate the status of a wide range of maintenance activities to key stake holders

  • Anticipate questions and prepare technical and business correspondence pertaining to the business case for each maintenance initiative from all affected parties, including senior management members

  • Identify maintenance constraints (manufacturing process, budget, schedule, etc.) and appropriately address

What We’re Looking For

  • Bachelor’s Degree; or equivalent training, education and applicable experience

  • Experience in implementing and managing organized maintenance management, work management, and reliability improvement programs

  • Minimum 7 years of experience in a heavy industrial environment with various types of mechanized automation and system controls

  • Minimum 5 years of experience supervising personnel

  • Experience with MHS as well as PLC and Conveyor maintenance

  • Proficiency with Microsoft office computer software

  • Ability to effectively utilize maintenance software to input data and research parts; i.e. Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

  • Comfortability in a variable environment, including (but not limited to) frequent walking, standing, sitting, and exposure to all seasonal climatic conditions

  • Occasionally lifting, carrying, and/or pulling objects up to 50 lbs.

  • On call availability during all hours of operations to support as needed with equipment failures

  • WMS,WCS, SCS experience preferred

What's in It for You?

At Arrow, we recognize that financial rewards and great benefits are important aspects of an ideal job. That’s why we offer competitive financial compensation, including various compensation plans, and a solid benefits package ( http://benefits.arrow.com at http://benefits.arrow.com/ )

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

  • 401k, With Matching Contributions

  • Paid Time Off

  • Health Savings Account (HSA)/Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Options

  • Growth Opportunities

  • Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Insurance

Arrow is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status. (Arrow EEO/AAP policy)


US-NV-Reno, Nevada (Maestro Dr)

Time Type:

Full time

Job Category:

Supply Chain Services

Arrow Electronics, Inc.'s policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, marital status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, citizenship, veran status, genetic information, or any other characteristics protected by applicable state, federal or local laws. Our policy of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action applies to all employment decisions personnel policies and practices, or programs.