Job: Automation Engineering Manager - Denver, CO

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Automation Engineering Manager - Denver, CO

Corporate Summary:
At Shamrock Foods Company, people come first - our associates, our customers, and the families we serve across the nation. A privately-held, family-owned and -operated Forbes 500 company, Shamrock is an innovator in the food industry and has been since being founded in Arizona in 1922. Shamrock specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of quality food and food-related products through a family of companies, including Shamrock Foods foodservice distribution and Shamrock Farms dairy manufacturing.

Summary: The Automation Engineering Manager plans, directs, and coordinates site activities concerned with the design, procurement, modification, repair and maintenance of all equipment, building and refrigeration systems associated with an automated food service distribution facility. This position will provide the technical expertise to maintain and improve all aspects of automated systems including the ability to develop and maintain PLC programs, PLC to PC interface systems, SCADA systems, various motion and photoelectric control applications, and AC/DC drive systems. This position will provide direction, coaching, guidance and development for the automated site maintenance staff and is responsible for the development and administration of the equipment/building maintenance budget and capital improvement program.

Responsibilities:

* Directs staff to troubleshoot all mechanical and electrical issues including but not limited to PLCs, various motion controls, multi-axis servos, SCADA systems, AC/DC drives, electronics, PLC to PC interface systems, pneumatics and photoelectric/laser controls.
* Reviews existing processes and recommends innovative methods for improving utilization of the equipment, the operation of the ASRS system, the maintenance personnel and other resources.
* Responsible for all equipment and facility maintenance activities for the automated site and establishes standards and practices for all aspects of the equipment design, operation and repair as measured by Preventive Maintenance compliance and equipment downtime.
* Manages the design and construction of facility projects.
* Responsible for the planning and administration of the equipment and facility maintenance budget for the automated site as measured by variance to the budget.
* Coordinates and effectively communicates all maintenance activities with other departments to ensure that the Branch objectives are being met.
* Communicates with senior level management as needed providing information pertaining to the facility maintenance and capital projects.
* Develops, manages and implements department goals and objectives.
* Ensures that the automated site maintenance department is properly staffed and that all maintenance staff are properly trained to meet current and future maintenance organization demands.
* Responsible for administration of the merit program for maintenance staff and evaluates department and individual employee performance as measured by retention and assessment against the local job market.
* Ensures compliance with local, state and federal codes related to safe maintenance work practices as measured through internal department compliance audits and safety records.
* Responsible for administration of the CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System) and spare parts inventory as measured by effective utilization of CMMS and effective management of spare parts inventory.
* Other duties may be assigned.

Qualifications:

* Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering is preferred.
* Ten years of equipment and building maintenance experience within an industrial setting; automated warehouse experience is preferred.
* Five years experience with PLC programs, PLC to PC interface systems, SCADA systems, various motion and photoelectric control applications, and AC/DC drive systems.
* Knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology, including the understanding of principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment related to the design and use of industrial equipment, controls and automation.
* Excellent working knowledge of associated industry and regulatory guidance documents.
* Strong interpersonal skills with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Proven ability to successfully supervise and manage technicians, contractors and vendors through positive motivation of individuals and teams.
* Working knowledge of reporting methods and tools for tracking and managing key performance indicators.
* Fluent in software packages such as MS Office Suite (Project, Word, Excel) and Email.
* Familiar with AutoCAD and CMMS
* Working knowledge of ammonia refrigeration systems and the governing regulatory standards for ammonia refrigeration systems. RETA operator level certification preferred.
* Proven ability to manage large scale maintenance budgets and capital projects.

Location:
5005 Kalamath Street
Denver, Colorado, 80221
United States

 
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