Position Overview:Why Join Coca-Cola North America?
It's an exciting time to work in The Coca-Cola Company's flagship market. We're accelerating our momentum as the fastest-growing large consumer goods company in North America by putting people at the heart of our business and everything we do - whether we're innovating to give consumers the drinks and packaging sizes they want, or building our eCommerce capabilities. People are our focus when we're collaborating with our diverse network of locally-connected bottling partners, and when we're returning every drop of water we use to communities and nature. And people - with the different backgrounds, skills and perspectives they bring to our workplace - are helping transform our business, one big idea at a time. We empower our employees to challenge the status quo, make bold recommendations, experiment and adapt, so we can grow together and make a great business even better.
Function Specific Activities:
The Maintenance Clerk works under little supervision while performing all tasks associated with the parts room operations as well as supports maintenance as necessary.
Essential Job Functions:
- This is not intended as a comprehensive list; it is intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities.
- The spare parts coordinator maybe required to perform additional responsibilities to support the business.
- Actively participates as a self directed and committed member of a team and working with other team members to achieve the department and plant goals and objectives.
- Maintaining effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work environment; adjusting effectively to work within new work structures, processes or requirements.
- Carries out responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies, procedures, and state, federal and local laws.
- Reviews and plans maintenance projects with the maintenance coordinator or supervisor to establish an action plan which will enable timely parts availability for project and other planned work completion.
- Performs physical inventory and cycle counts
- Supports Maintenance Excellence and reports necessary data in a timely manner
- Monitors parts usage and notifies maintenance manager of any unexpected parts usage
- Monitors parts, building and repair services spending to budget variances and reports status to maintenance manager
- Maintains parts room housekeeping in accordance with GMP standards
- Performs related duties as assigned.
- Ensures that parts have proper description and location in PMC/SAP data base ensuring that parts can be located quickly
- Ensures that parts are bar coded
- Ensures that parts room support equipment is in working order IE: computers, printers, bar code scanners, and storage cabinets.
- Monitors and address root cause of any stock outages.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
- Current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and other regulatory requirements.
- Knowledge of parts Inventory control methods and systems
- Knowledge of CMMS system and report preparation from same. PMC or SAP preferred.
- Knowledge of SAP preferred.
- Working knowledge of mechanical/electrical components necessary for specifying parts
- Facility and equipment operations and maintenance practices.
- Standard Operating Procedures for equipment operations including safety rules and regulations.
- Computer skills including SAP, MS-Excel and MS-Word
- Reading and interpreting equipment blueprints and schematics.
- Understanding and following written and oral instructions.
- Training and coaching mechanics in Parts Room work flows.
- Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
- Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with individuals contacted in the course of work including outside vendors, contractors or suppliers.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
- Incumbents in this class are subject to extended periods of sitting, standing, walking, pushing and pulling, stooping and crouching climbing and walking, vision to monitor, occasional lifting of equipment or materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
- Incumbents will be trained in the handling of toxic materials, toxic gases, electrical hazards, and dangerous tools and equipment. Work is performed in a manufacturing environment
- High School diploma or equivalent, supplemented by hands-on or vocational school training, and a minimum of five (5) years of parts room experience in a manufacturing environment (Food and Beverage preferred); or five (5) years of satisfactory work experience as a Mechanic I, Equipment Maintenance, or an equivalent combination of training and experience, and valid Driver's License and acceptable driving history
Years of Experience:1-2 Years Experience
- GROWTH MINDSET: Demonstrates curiosity. Welcomes failure as a learning opportunity.
- SMART RISK: Makes bold decisions/recommendations.
- EXTERNALLY FOCUSED: Understands the upstream and downstream implications of his/her work. Tracks and shares external trends, best practices or ideas.
- PERFORMANCE DRIVEN AND ACCOUNTABLE: Has high performance standards. Outperforms her/his peers.
- FAST/AGILE: Removes barriers to move faster. Experiments and adapts. Thrives under pressure and fast pace.
- EMPOWERED: Brings solutions instead of problems. Challenges the status quo. Has the courage to take an unpopular stance.