Dependable and results-focused Maintenance Supervisor with 35+ years of experience, whose strong technical knowledge, hands-on skills and high attention to detail ensure the execution of proper procedures. Specialist in breakdown repairs and dedicated manager on call 24-7, 365 days a year for 25 years for all plant wide breakdowns. Works well in an ever-changing environment having experience in both Union and non-Union shops. Supervised a variety of maintenance staff including Millwrights, Welders, Iron Workers, Pipefitters, Oilers Electricians
Max Aicher North America – Maintenance Supervisor – Reg. 51 Manager November 2010 – August 2019
Prepared and executed RFQs for preventative maintenance contracts and general maintenance services.
Successfully implemented a preventative maintenance schedule that was used company-wide for both daily use, weekly downturns and semi annuals.
Designed monthly schedules for 25 maintenance employees ensuring the department operated efficiently to reduce downtime.
Assisted Project Manager in project development for the maintenance department.
Conducted annual building inspections and monthly crane inspection identifying safety hazards and maintenance repair.
Actively involved in the Health and Safety Department and assisted with the organization of H&S training for all maintenance employees to ensure staff were prepared with the proper knowledge and skills.
Held monthly safety meetings, conducted monthly safety tours, handled all accident investigations.
Motivated staff to improve response time when equipment failed while ensuring employees worked safety,
US Steel – Day Shift Manager – Reg.51 Manager January 2008 – 2010
Implemented cost effective measures by reducing the time it took to change equipment and at a lower cost than outside contractor quotes, saving $21,000 in costs for the company.
US Steel – Day Shift Maintenance Foreman – Reg. 51 Supervisor July 2004 – December 2007
Managed payroll for all maintenance staff
Initiated work assignments and supervised staff in accordance to work assignment requirements, company standards and safety standards.
Stelco – Maintenance Shift Supervisor July 1987 – June 2004
Directed daily operations of maintenance employees to ensure department objectives were achieved.
Ensured employees followed safe work standards.
Stelco – Millwright Apprentice to Millwright February 1979 June 1987
Inspected equipment for repair and schedule maintenance.
Operated lifting Equipment.
Preformed equipment changes on a variety of industrial machinery.
Education and Certifications
Bishop Ryan Secondary School 1973 – 1978
Aerial Work Platform Training Program
Lift Truck Training Program
Basic of Fall Protection
Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Respirator Mask Fit Test Certified
Confine Spaced Trained
35 years A-AA-AAA Referee Hamilton – Stoney Creek and surrounding Area – 1980 – 2015
8 years A-AA-AAA Umpire Hamilton and surrounding area – 2011 – to present
14 years coach hockey Parkdale Arena – 1998 – 2012
17 years coach AA-AAA Baseball – Hamilton Area