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Dock & Door Technician

Job Description LOCATION Options: Dallas Fort-Worth area, Lubbock, TX, Amarillo, TX, Odessa, TX, Kansas City, MO

$30-32HR + OT, Full Benefits

This is a full-time position


The Dock & Door Technician will be responsible to perform on-site inspection, repairs, removals, and installation of customer’s dock levelers, locks, doors and various other equipment at their location. Will assist in customer proposal creation and presentation, as well as enter the necessary information on work orders and work order summary. This opportunity represents a well-known Material Handling Company and requires professionalism, great attitude, good communication skills and world class customer service.


Primary Responsibilities Technician Dock & Door

  • Coordinate daily schedule with dispatch

  • Provide world class customer service at the site

  • Inspect the levelers, locks and doors

  • Notate and propose additional services required after inspection

  • Make the required repairs and or installs

  • Work with sales team- forward leads and prepare/close proposals

  • Repair all work order requests

  • Quality control of each job to ensure completeness and up to safety standards

  • Work independently as well as in a team

  • Communicate with customer and contractor status of project

  • Complete and submit all work orders and time on a daily basis per company guidelines.

  • Clean the area after work is completed

  • Inspect company vehicle and initiate necessary scheduled maintenance per service manual guidelines

  • Drive in a safe and courteous manner. Every day is a major responsibility to insure the employees’ safety as well as others on the road.

  • All other duties or special projects as assigned


   Physical Job Demands: Technician Dock & Door

  • Must be able to lift 100lbs., stoop, squatting, pulling or working in awkward positions.

Qualifications Requirements (include, but not limited to):

Technician Dock & Door

  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • Clean driving record

  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working on dock levelers, High-speed doors and locks

  • Welding experience

  • Basic computer experience

EHS Health and Safety Engineer

Job Description LOCATION: Sylacauga, AL

$90-95K, Full Benefits

This is a full-time position

Must have High Speed Manufacturing environment background


Job Description

This position will be responsible for the day to day implementation and continuous improvement of Health & Safety programs, and maintaining all State and Federal environmental programs and report requirements.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Implement safe working techniques and reinforce the safety policies, guidelines and procedures. Provide daily guidance and direction in EHS programs.

  • Team player able to build and maintain relationships, communicate and function well within his/her peer group. Must have excellent communication skills throughout all levels of the organization.

  • Actively coaches’ peers, salaried and hourly employees on expected and acceptable safety behaviors and activities on the shop floor to improve and attain a goal of zero incidents.

  • Provide advice, assist, and audit line management to ensure that EH&S policies and procedures are implemented and working as intended.

  • Anticipates, identifies, evaluates and works to implement solutions to hazardous conditions and practices.

  • Responsible for investigations of possible losses; evaluating the risk in such loss exposure; developing and implementing a plan to correct or prevent a loss and audit the plan to ensure its effectiveness. Focal point for Corporate H&S, Environmental, and Loss Prevention Audits.

  • Responsible for preparing and maintaining all plant environmental and regulator records. Ensuring that reports are completed on time and ready for the Plant Manager’s review and signature.

  • Responsible for ensuring that the Plant Manager is immediately informed of any regulatory compliance issues with the Plant.

  • Collaborates with Plant and Process Engineers to identify and track engineered safety solutions to eliminate unsafe conditions.

  • Provides hands-on guidance to Plant leadership & Supervisors regarding incident reporting/investigation program to ensure company Reviews incidents to ensure Root Cause Analysis is completed to prevent re-occurrences and drive corrective actions through health checks.

  • Evaluates, monitors, and approves the safe installation or modification of new or existing equipment including application of FLRA and JHA/JSA.

  • Applies and uses hierarchy of controls to eliminate hazards and reduce risks in the facility or site.

  • Implements, administers and advises others on hazard control programs for their respective Plant(s).

  • Lead coordination of inspections by regulatory agencies, ensure deficiencies are minimized and corrected and present findings and corrections to Plant Manager.

  • Maintain all logs and documentation associated with regulatory requirements.

  • Monitors legislative changes then assesses and makes recommendations based on their potential impact to the business.

  • Supports the development of SOPs, JHA/JSA, maintains Plant training calendar and ensures training records are maintained per regulatory requirements.

  • Conducts employee safety training for EHS as required using appropriate training materials (hands-on, PowerPoints, props, etc.) and performs safety evaluations, site level self-audits, run site safety committee and ergonomics programs.

  • Maintain working relationships with Regulatory Agencies, to include participation in industry specified organization.

  • Administer the local hearing conservation program per regulatory requirements and adherence to HIPAA’s Privacy Rule.

  • Collaborates with peer group to ensure facility monthly safety inspections are being completed on time. Makes recommendations to remedy noted deficiencies.

  • In conjunction with Human Resources provides internal support for Workers’ Compensation cases and adherence to HIPAA’s Privacy Rule.

  • Conducts new hire safety on-boarding for new employees.

  • Maintain metrics in accordance with company requirements.



  • Requires a minimum of a BA/BS degree in occupational safety, science, engineering or related discipline

  • Three to five years prior experience in a manufacturing setting working in a Health, Safety & Environmental Role

  • Professional EHS certification desired

      Competencies: Health and Safety Engineer

  • Proven HSE Leader with 3-5 years of experience in a manufacturing setting

  • A team player who can lead by example and influence

  • Sound, comprehensive knowledge of US occupational health, safety, and environmental regulations

  • Detailed understanding of general industry standards and knowledge of basic health and safety concepts such as hazard & risk assessment, behavior-based safety, machine / equipment safety etc.

  • The ability to chair meetings and presentations

  • Above average communication skills to enable the transfer of clear and concise information at all levels of the organization.

  • The ability to relentlessly follow up to achieve stated deadlines

  • The ability to organize the workload and manage multiple tasks effectively

  • Passion for results, strong work ethic and acts with a sense of urgency and purpose balanced with strategic and day-to-day operational intent

  • Superior analytical skills with the ability to identify problems, resolve issues, mitigate risks, and initiate continuous improvements initiatives

  • Possess the ability to handle multiple priorities and a wide variety of tasks to meet deadlines, all with a sense of urgency

  • Demonstrated leadership and management capabilities with the ability to make decisions under pressure in an environment of rapid change

  • DOT Hazardous Waste Manifest/ RCRA

Reliability Engineer/Maximo Technology Specialist


85K, Full Benefits

This is a full-time position

Must MAXIMO and Manufacturing environment background



Reliability Engineer/Maximo Technology Specialist

  • Main Objective is to provide precise and prioritized reliability engineering services to work in a safe and productive manner, minimizing production losses and maintenance cost per unit, while supporting, promoting and demonstrating our clients core values and leadership behaviors.

Position Key Responsibility Overview:

Root Cause Analysis and FMECA/RCM Support:

  • Lead training to utilize the Maximo-integrated, 5-Why RCA’s and Troubleshooting as a part of keeping the Mechanical, Electrical and Process FMECA/RCM alive to drive down highest Pareto valued production losses.

  • Participate in the Corporate Weekly Reliability GoTo Meetings, training, webinars, SMRP, and Reliability Magazine subscriptions in order to keep up to date with reliability knowledge, techniques and mythologies.

  • Lead initiatives for corporate surveys, questionnaires and benchmarking as part of our clients Reliability Assessments and continuous improvement efforts.

  • Utilize Prodac/ Maximo interface production loss and Maint. cost data to drive to lowest child asset practical in order to target RCA / Troubleshooting, FMECA and RCM efforts prioritized to generate the greatest value return.

  • Maintain a strong work relationship with the Maintenance and Operations employees

  • Build the necessary disciplines for efficient and effective Running PdM and Shutdown PM plans that meets or exceeds critical leading indicators.

  • Prepare, organize and facilitate the Shingle line and axillary support systems utilizing FMECA/RCM, to identify failure codes as well as the PM’s and PdM’s required to have the earliest detection of those failure modes. 

  • Utilize detailed Pareto analysis of production losses from Downtime, Rate Reduction from Plan and Waste to identify the highest critical assets to target for RCA’s, FMECA’s, Troubleshooting, etc. while optimizing the Shutdown PM’s developed from the FMECA/RCM and corresponding Spare Parts strategies.

  • Champion and mature a self-sufficient Condition Monitoring program that starts with 1st with Ultrasonic Precision Lube as well as the remaining full gamut of earliest detection capabilities Ultrasonic and Vibration technology offers, to significantly reduce Production losses while also reducing the Top 12 Wear Parts Spend. 

  • Troubleshooting equipment, Design for Reliability, select and managing qualified contractors to precision-install and commission new equipment, monitor modifications, upgrades and critical parts required.

  • Act as back up for the Inventory Coordinator and Planner/Scheduler during emergencies and for vacation, staying updated with the standardized format and disciplines required.

  • Supporting, promoting and demonstrating our clients core values and leadership behaviors.

Maximo Support:

  • Follow Corporate Reliability Engineering Roles Responsibilities and Expectations (RR&E’s)

  • Provide necessary service support and training to Plant Maximo users, utilizing the Maximo Best Practices.

  • Update Plant’s Numerical Criticality Ranking in accordance with standardized IKO FMECA templates.  

  • Standardize the PM and PdM task format to align with failure modes of FMECA, transitioning to mostly condition-based inspections while aligning weekly Maximo resource requirements to plant resource availability.

  • Develop working relationship with other plants that have similar equipment in North America, UK & EU.

  • Develop and network PM’s and PdM’s from other plants to continuously improve safety, health, environment, quality, production efficiency, labor/material effectiveness, etc. to optimize critical asset Total Life Cycle Costs.

  •  “Pare down” on low critical ranked asset PM labor hours to build necessary and robust PM’s for “highly critical” assets, aligning PM’s and PdM inspections with asset Failure Modes developed from FMECA’s.

  • Lead Co-Op Engineering Students as required to update drawings with standardized asset names and numbers linked into Maximo as part of the Plant’s Document Navigation Accelerator (DNA).

  • Apply Best Practices and Lessons Learned from the Plant’s Maximo experiences to contribute to continuously improve the Maximo preparation.

  • Assist Planner and Condition Monitoring efforts to focus prioritization of work orders towards highest valued Production Loss Paretos rather than only the oldest backlogged WO.



  • Completion of University degree in Engineering (preferably in Mechanical Engineering) with P.E. or pending P.E.

  • 3 or more years of reliability experience in continuous process manufacturing environments.

  • Familiar with condition monitoring tools such as: vibration analysis, Ultrasonic, lubrication, thermography, etc..

  • Experience facilitating dozens of successful RCFA’s.

  • Experience with: FMECA’s, PM recommendations associated with preventing most probable Failure Modes, Production loss analysis, failure mitigation strategies, Spare Parts optimization supporting the PM tasks, etc.

  • Verbal and written fluency in English, effective presentation skills and ability to communicate well at all levels.

  • Proficiency with building standardized PM’s & PdM’s within Maximo or similar CMMS, MS Office, AutoCAD, etc.

  • Willing to travel on occasion to learn and share knowledge with other sites.

  • Analytical skills with high level of accuracy and strong work ethics.

  • Operational and supervisory experience is a plus. 

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Production Supervisor


65-70K Depending on background, Full Benefits

Ability to work shift, weekend and overtime work required

Must have High Speed Manufacturing environment background


Responsibilities: Production Supervisor

  • Lead a positive change effort to improved performance by motivating, recognizing and inspiring others to be effective and efficient in their activities

  • Champion hazard identification, evaluation and control through the behavior-based safety and risk assessment programs

  • Lead daily safety share, encourage and recognize all safety behavior

  • Increase employee engagement and improve the labor relations climate through participation in continuous improvement (get suggestions, report problems, participate in team problem solving sessions)

  • Coordinate trainings for production employee

  • Job training with STD work description, SOP and WI

  • Safety training, STOP. FLRA and all others safety programs

  • Resolve any conflict immediately and assure that behavior is in line with our client values, ask for help if needed.

  • Ensure proper documentation and complete reports (compliance, checklists, production reports, spreadsheets, metrics, incident investigations, etc)

  • Evaluate employee performance monthly with coaching and support to achieve results.

  • Communicate instruction clearly and effectively to eliminate all possibilities of misleading 

  • Identify training and development needs and personal growth opportunities for employees

  • Encourage employees to participate in all the client activities

  • Continually improve the operational efficiency of the plant by submitting ideas and solutions

  • Active member of the daily meeting

  • Ensure a rigorous follow-up of all 5S

  • Report to the people concerned (manager, superintendent colleague, etc.) any production or safety situations or concern

  • Maintain constructive and respectful relationships with all staff.

  • Communicate efficiently between all departments

  • For all breakdown or needed a plan repaired, make efficiently a service request to maintenance dept. as soon as possible

  • Approve time cards, vacations, and all other Kronos and Workday requirements




Qualifications: Production Supervisor

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in industrial technology or engineering, business administration, or management.

  • High-speed manufacturing experience.

  • Minimum 5 years of hands-on experience within a fast-paced Manufacturing environment, 3 of which must be in a supervisory role

  • Strong interpersonal skills and leadership ability.

  • Excellent communication (written, verbal, presentation and listening) and analytical skills

  • Proven track record of operational improvement through employee engagement.

  • Excellent time management, planning, and organizational skills.

  • Knowledge of KRONOS time and attendance system is an asset, proficient in MS Office

  • Strong mechanical and electrical troubleshooting skills with hands-on problem-solving skills in a manufacturing environment


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Industrial Mechanic


$30-32 Per Hour Plus some OT, Full Benefits

Ability to work shift, weekend and overtime work required

This is a full-time position

Must have High Speed Manufacturing environment background



  • Identifying and correcting all unsafe conditions and completing a safety assessment of all work prior to starting the job

  • Troubleshoot, monitor, adjust, maintain and repair manufacturing equipment and machinery throughout the production facility and complete necessary work orders accurately and timely.

  • Diagnose equipment operating issues and makes required repairs.

  • Changes pumps, motors, gearboxes and other components as needed.

  • Works with other Mechanics and Electricians to resolve operational equipment issues.

  • Operates forklift, scissor lift, boom lift and overhead crane when needed.

  • Fabricate and weld tools or equipment when required.

  • Operates precision machine tools to make or repair parts.

  • Ability to work variable shifts, including weekends and holidays.

  • The position is subject to 24-hour call out; shift, weekend and overtime work.

  • Responsibility & Accountability for being compliant with all company rules, policies and SOPs.


Skills & Qualifications Required: Industrial Mechanic


  • Proven experience working in and maintaining a Safe work environment with intimate knowledge of LOTO procedures and other safe practices.

  • Associates Degree in Industrial Maintenance or a Certified Industrial Mechanic or Millwright.

  • Minimum of five years maintenance experience in a plant setting.

  • Millwright skills, welding and machining experience preferred.

  • Excellent working knowledge of appropriate use of hand tools and maintenance equipment.

  • Ability to properly disassemble, clean, repair and reassemble complex mechanical devices such as gearboxes, pumps and motors.

  • Ability to fabricate simple parts for corrective maintenance.

  • Ability to read and understand detailed repair & instruction manuals.

  • Must be able to work with computer-based maintenance software.

  • Possess superior analytical and troubleshooting skills.

  • Must be able to safely lift and move up to 75 pounds on a routine basis.

  • Must be able to access equipment for repair and maintenance, this may require crawling, bending, lying underneath equipment, crouching.

  • Requires excellent manual dexterity.


Maintenance Superintendent


$105-110K, Full Benefits

This is a full-time position

Must have High Speed Manufacturing environment background

Technical degreed, with a proven track record of improving OEE, and has LEAN Six Sigma black belt. 


Responsibilities: This position is 100% over all Manufacturing Maintenance Equipment and Team

  • Leads the Maintenance Department safety processes to achieve plant safety goals, including Zero Injuries.

  • Participates as a member of Plant Leadership Team.

  • Supervises plant maintenance organization including a reliability engineer, planner/scheduler, inventory coordinator and mechanics.

  • Manages the plant maintenance program based on best practices in the roofing industry, emphasizing effective planning/scheduling and preventive/predictive maintenance.

  • Plan, coordinate and prioritize maintenance requirements in conjunction with operations departments to obtain minimum cost and high reliability.

  • Ensures maintenance mechanics are adequately trained, equipped, and motivated so that maintenance procedures are accomplished in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner.

  • Communicates regularly with all maintenance mechanics, both individually and as a group, to ensure two-way information flow.

  • Conducts employee performance reviews based on job descriptions to determine competency, knowledge, and contribution of the maintenance mechanics.

  • Maintains and updates operating and training manuals for the maintenance department and supports mechanic skill development. Manages apprenticeship program.

  • Maintains a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) for tracking work orders, spare parts, and maintenance history of plant equipment.

  • Maintains equipment history, repair records, repair frequency and resource library.

  • Adheres to OSHA requirements/processes and records in compliance with statutory and Company requirements.

  • Monitors the use and inventories of spare parts, maintenance supplies and equipment.

  • Prepares reports, analyzes data, and makes recommendations for improving plant operations and solving maintenance-related problems.

  • Implements preventative and predictive maintenance program.

  • Controls the repair and maintenance budgets, ensuring they are in line with the fiscal plan.

  • Implements cost reductions to offset negative or unplanned variances to budget.

  • Ensures city, county, state, and federal regulations relating to the maintenance department are met at all times.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related technical field (BSME is preferred).

  • 3+ years of manufacturing maintenance experience in a roofing or similar continuous manufacturing operation.

  • Financial acumen to optimize plant overall plant performance metrics at minimum cost.

  • Experience with repair and maintenance of process equipment.

  • Ability to conduct assessments, audits and evaluations to measure progress.

  • Leadership skills to manage diverse groups of people with varying levels of education, expertise, and skill-sets.

  • Analytical, data-driven problem-solving and action planning skills.

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.

  • Ability to make independent and sound decisions.

  • Strong interpersonal skills to influence and drive results through others.

  • Must be self-motivated, results and action-oriented.

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