Manage the Facility Engineering and Maintenance function for the Distribution Center (DC) such that employee health and safety, product safety and the protection of the environment are never compromised and that all engineering activities enhance product handling quality, site performance and the business objectives. Manager will be responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic vision of the DC in areas of equipment reliability. The Site Engineer is a key member of the DC Leadership team.
- Define, propose and monitor the implementation of the department plans and objectives in accordance with the Engineering Policy, Key Principles and the Key Engineering Activities as outlined in the Nestlé Engineering Excellence (NEE) master document.
- Propose and implement work processes, procedures and technical resources related to Site Engineering.
- Lead and coordinate the Site Engineering team and maintain competencies, motivation and performance to achieve the teams mission and objectives.
- Propose and control the Site Engineering budget as well as the site’s capital investment plans and related capital expenditures.
- Planning and managing all approved capital projects
- Propose and monitor Site Engineering in accordance with the key performance indicators.
- Demonstrate and promote the company’s values within the Site Engineering team.
- Contributing toward the Strategic and Tactical Leadership of the site and Supply Chain DC function as a whole.
- Ensure that there exists within the engineering team an attitude of absolute intolerance for unsafe situations. That all those in engineering are encouraged never to implement any change, whether directly instructed to, or under his/her own initiative, without first questioning its impact in relation to product safety/quality, people safety and the environment. No compromises should be tolerated.
- Liaise daily with Production and Quality Assurance to resolve technical issues and to ensure optimal operation.
- Ensure that all the team members are familiar with, and implement Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
- Ensure environmental compliance with Nestlé Environmental management System (NEMS)
- Nestlé Environmental Minimum Technical Requirements (NEMTR)
- Ensure compliance with Nestlé Operational Safety, Health and Risk Management Strategy
- Ensure execution of maintenance is in accordance with the Nestlé Maintenance Strategy by using the Consequence Driven Maintenance philosophy.
- Ensure implementation of Asset Maintenance Management as Site Maintenance System
- Technical Stores Management
- Work Order Management and Labor Hour allocation
- Equipment Bill of Material (BOM)
- Drive the implementation of Maintenance Best Practices
- Optimize Predictive Maintenance technologies (Condition Monitoring and inspections) to minimize unplanned downtime
- Utilize Planned Downtime for Scheduled and Condition-Based Maintenance
- Initiate and coordinate the implementation of new processes/technologies with local, market, PTC, CTU and SBU engineering.
- Safeguard ‘Product Mastership’ equipment related technical knowledge.
- Maintain and develop functional expertise in technical operations (Maintenance, Projects, Industrial Services, Store) by providing training and development programs
- Initiate and drive Continuous Improvement (CI) to achieve industrial process and plant optimization.
- Execute and control Site Routine, Extra-ordinary Maintenance and Capital Investment Budgets
- Manage resources continuously to align with site objectives and business strategies, include outsourcing opportunities.
- Ensure that all Nestlé’s proprietary technology is protected by adopting a “careful” relationship with 3rd parties, particularly outsourcing partners.
Responsibilities relating to the Engineering Activities:
Monitor the site’s capital investments. Ensure the justification, request for approval and reporting are in line with the Guidelines for Capital Investment.
Ensure that projects are designed with a high degree of flexibility to better enable the operations to adjust to a changing environment keeping in mind safety and the environment
Maintenance & Improvement (M&I)
Execute M&I in accordance with the Nestlé Maintenance Strategy using Consequence Driven Maintenance (CDM) as the multi-disciplined approach to proactively maintain/improve the fixed assets and Asset and Maintenance Management (AMM) as the process to manage the asset lifecycle.
Adopt the Maintenance Excellence vision by striving for the M&I “Proactive Domain”.
Ensure the team view M&I as an investment in asset reliability and overall plant performance.
Ensure that the needs of the client are fully complied with.
That all utilities (air, water, steam etc.) that come, or may accidentally come, in direct contact with products are treated according to acceptance criteria for product and processes
Process & Packaging Optimisation
Initiate and coordinate the implementation of new processes / technologies with local, market, PTC, CTU and SBU Engineering.
Drive innovation / renovation within the site.
Outsourcing & Contracting
Manage all issues relating to engineering.
The Site Engineer reports directly to the Local Distribution Center Manager and will receive dotted line guidance and direction from the NUSA corporate Engineering Group.
Direction, development, coaching to direct reports include all Facilities, Electro-Mechanical, Electrical and Automation, , Project Engineering, Administration and planning, and Information Technology Personnel where applicable.