The Plant Engineering (PE) Specialist supports the protection of UPS assets, facilities, equipment, and grounds. You'll assist with maintaining facility environmental compliance, conveyor system reliability, housekeeping, and facility safety. The PE Specialist manages small projects and oversees the work of outside contractors.
The Plant Engineering (PE) Specialist assists with determining proper corrective action to be taken with damaged or worn equipment based on the history of breakdowns and discussions with the operations team to determine the most cost-effective solutions. You'll assist with dispatching PE Mechanics to complete necessary conveyor system repairs and Preventative Maintenance Inspections (PMIs), using Maximo to schedule work so the equipment runs smoothly and efficiently. This position monitors the status of repair and PMI updates daily to ensure timely completion of work. The Plant Engineering (PE) Specialist assists with updating repairs and PMI database in Maximo by processing PE Mechanics’ timecards and completing PMI checklists so that the equipment is maintained at an optimal level and the facility is efficient. You'll assist with conducting facility inspections and identifying operational improvements needed to promote the efficiency of package flow and safety.
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