Organization: Cape Fear Public Utility Authority
Location: Wilmington, NC
As part of the Operations-Maintenance division, the Planner/Scheduler is responsible for creating and planning maintenance schedules, and coordinating the work of all the groups within the collections department. Additionally, the incumbent develops work plans and schedules the work for water and sewer utilities, infrastructure and facilities as directed and coordinates with Operations Asset Program Managers and ensure required material, tools, equipment and personnel are available. The Planner/Scheduler organizes the development and implementation of daily, weekly or long range strategic preventive, predictive and scheduled maintenance plans, coordinates the daily corrective and emergency maintenance requests by shifting and reprioritizing existing schedules, and develops repair plans for maintenance divisions by reviewing work orders, determining scope of work for each job, ensures that repair parts and materials are received prior to the start of jobs, and coordinates and schedules multi-craft jobs with other Business Units or outside services/vendors prior to the start of work. The Planner/Scheduler coordinates with the Safety Program Manager to ensure that job safety requirements comply with County, State and OSHA specifications and monitors, analyzes, and assesses effectiveness and efficiency of all aspects of work performed, and recommends adjustments to job and safety plans. Additionally, the Planner/Scheduler develops preventative and predictive maintenance plans/requirements for equipment by researching the manufacturer’s maintenance recommendations or through special conditions defined through conditioned based monitoring and incorporates these maintenance activities in the CMMS. Through proper data collections and documentation, the Planner/Scheduler analyzes historical failure rates to increase percentage of predicative maintenance over corrective maintenance. The Planner/Scheduler will assist Operations Asset Program Managers with accessing, compiling, organizing, and data analysis and performs other related job duties as assigned.
The position requires an Associate’s Degree in a related field, six (6) years of work experience, two years’ experience with GIS mapping and data collections, knowledge of Maximo and a valid State of North Carolina driver's license. NC Grade III Collections certification preferred.
This work requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Work is typically performed in an office.
The position is a pay grade 17 with a starting salary of $43,168.
Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.
Job posted: 7/24/2017, Job closes: Open until filled
Positions advertised as 'open until filled' may be closed at any time with or without notice
HOW TO APPLY:
• Completed CFPUA application required
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• Résumés may be submitted with the application but not instead of
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