18 May
Maintenance Planner-Production
Florida, Orlando

Coca-Cola Beverages Florida (“CCBF”), headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is one of the largest independently owned and operated Coca-Cola bottlers in the United States. CCBF markets, sells, and distributes products of The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) in Florida.
Understands the concepts of planning and scheduling work.
Coordinate outside service request, establish purchase orders, ensure
purchase orders are closed and manage expenses within budget requirements.
Assist in preparing budget for production and manage expenses within budget requirements.
Prioritize work to achieve highest efficiencies possible.
Use computers and associated software programs such as Word and Excel to plan maintenance activities and develop training documents.
Utilize Visio to create process flow charts.
Track metrics, performance, and efficiency of work scheduled using spreadsheets and graphs as well as document in report format, Powerpoint slides, and on bulletin boards.
Read and comprehend technical manuals, service manuals, diagrams, blueprints and schematics.
Understand the theory and operation of the production line equipment.
Understand environmental requirements as they relate to scheduling and completing work.
Understand the theory of and application of predictive and preventive maintenance as it relates to production equipment.
Manage predictive and preventive maintenance for an area (SOJ/NCB) of production equipment and schedule required corrective actions.
Identify and assist in the implementation of safety or other projects as required.
Ensure production areas are maintained to current GMP standards.
Possess electrical knowledge and understand the plant floor power distribution system.
Read and understand blueprints, electrical schematics, and P&ID flow diagrams.
Utilize Maximo or similar CMMS to plan, schedule, print, document time, and manage WO's from inception through completion.
Keep accurate records as required to protect products, ingredients, processes, and information.
Ensure all security measures are followed.
Audit and monitor programs and processes as needed to maintain reliability.
Read, understand, and comply with MSDS’s.
Responds in a timely manner to associate work requests including safety work orders.
Understands operations, procedures, inventory parts, LOTO, improvements, breakdown analysis, PM's, 5S, etc within the production area.
Assist storeroom and purchasing group to kit preplanned work.
Communicate effectively with management regarding PM requirements,
completions, and challenges.
Update Maintenance Library with new equipment information.
Back up purchaser for storeroom parts.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Transportation and/or Logistics Supervisory experience in direct delivery sales or beverage industry, highly preferred.
Good analytical, verbal, written, presentation and communication skills.
3-4 years in Supply Chain / Logistics environments preferred.
Previous experience managing in a Union environment is preferred.
Ability to think strategically with high level of patience in dealing with critical situations.
Previous experience in Replenishment Planning / Distribution is preferred.
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees.
Ability to interact/communicate successfully with personnel at all levels.
Ability to supervise & motivate employees.
Ability to develop and implement process improvement.
Proficient PC skills to include SAP, Excel, Word, Power Point.
Schedule: 2p.m.-Finish Monday-Friday