Human Resources - Open Positions

Nelson Global Products will from time-to-time have open positions available as part of our continous expansion. Please check back often for career opportunities. Be part of a growing team!

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Maintenance Manager

The Maintenance Manager responsibilities involve primary oversight, managing, planning and coordination of all maintenance activities. This position will oversee and direct employees, provide hands-on management and supervision including monitoring compliance with applicable standards and regulatory requirements. Must have demonstrated leadership skills, excellent technical skills and a commitment to service excellences.  As a Maintenance Manager, you will be responsible for supervising and coordinating activities of a maintenance service team to ensure that all upkeep, inventory and repair of equipment, facilities and properties are completed in an efficient manner. Manages setup and installation of new equipment in plant. 

Essential Job Functions

Responsible for all equipment and facility maintenance activities as related to expenses, procurement, keeping proper records, overseeing capital purchases, maintaining proper inventory of spare parts, and controlling numerous open purchase order accounts.

Coordinate procurement of equipment, supplies and materials to perform required duties effectively and efficiently.

Promote and implement an effective safety and environmental program to ensure safe working conditions and compliance to company standards.

Keep abreast of latest technical developments in work methods, materials and equipment as related to facilities maintenance.

Develop and maintain a preventive maintenance program through the utilization of key performance indicators.

Train, develop and supervise maintenance technicians to carry out plant and facilities maintenance as required.

Manage capital projects as assigned.

Work with other departments to resolve problems affecting machinery, equipment, buildings and grounds that would affect timely shipments of orders.

Suggest changes in work process flow to increase efficiency of work crew.

Responsible for working with engineering and operations when planning equipment installation and alterations, propose upgrades to existing machinery when needed.

Supervise and coordinate plant and equipment maintenance and repair. Ensure that all repairs and projects are done in a safe and timely manner.

Develop technical training and other maintenance practices that is consistent with the reduction of unplanned downtime.

Identify and solve leading downtime contributors.

Evaluate, manage, and contract regional maintenance contractors to gain economies of scale and ensure contractors are meeting the requirements of their contracts

Provide on-going direction, guidance and training to maintenance personnel and property management staff.

Conduct monthly safety and maintenance training.

Knowledge, skills and abilities

Strong organizational and management skills. 

Working knowledge of electrical pneumatic and hydraulic equipment.

Ability to efficiently schedule repairs and prioritize based on meeting customer demand.

Works well with production team to ensure that all needs are being met.

Ability to work well under pressure and motivate team members.

Demonstrated ability to be a creative problem-solver, a strategic-thinker and decision- maker.

Ability to keep machinery and equipment in good repair to manufacturers’ specifications.

Ability to drive improvements across the plant.

Must have a general or working knowledge with ordinary to semi-complex equipment. Electrical and PLC experience a plus. Routine machine lubrication, maintenance and hydraulic systems. Ability to use man-lifts and lift trucks.

Education and Experience

Associates degree in maintenance, mechanical or industrial engineering a plus.

Minimum five years’ experience as a Manufacturing Maintenance Manager.

Electrical License

Physical Requirements

Physical agility required for climbing ladders, stairways and narrow walkways. Requires keen audio visual perception. Ability to operate standard vehicles and office equipment to include telephone, computer, fax, copy machine, etc.

Must be able to constantly sustain exertion and lifting of parts ranging from 0 to 25 lbs.

Occasional lifting of tooling components weighing from 10 to 75 lbs.

Operation requires constant alertness.

Work involves likelihood of irregularity or difficulty.

Frequent exposure to tube lubricant and burrs on tubes.

Continuous mental and visual attention is required.

Work involves likelihood of irregularity of work schedule to meet customer demand.

Performing these duties will involve lifting, pulling, or pushing physical objects; standing, stooping and bending, walking and standing for long periods of time.

Working in hot, cold, noisy work areas and being exposed to odors, fumes, and dust.

Personal Protective Equipment includes safety glasses and steel-toed boots.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts and vibration. The noise level in the work environment can be loud.