Process Coordinator - Tin Planning & Scheduling

Company Name:
U. S. Steel
The Process Coordinator - Planning & Scheduling will provide ongoing technical and maintenance support to Operating units for the identification of opportunities to increase the reliability of equipment assets to world-class standards. This person will assist plant reliability specialists with field audit techniques and equipment data gathering at the plant level and coordinate technical writing efforts of preventive maintenance documents for critical plant equipment.
Manage process line hourly planners to achieve world reliability
Conduct weekly communications with all Plant Reliability Managers to review adherence to Corporate PM program objectives.
Work with all plant department reliability assurance specialists to insure critical equipment listings are accurate & complete.
Coordinate the plants mechanical & electrical technical writing efforts of preventive maintenance documents for specific plant critical equipment.
Furnish recommendations for equipment lubrication schedules; including special purpose lubrication products & specifications, lubrication task frequency, & best practice lubrication methods
Develop & conduct PM document development training.
Assist plant reliability specialists with field audit techniques and equipment data gathering.
Conduct plant site audits of PM field tasks to insure standardized work instructions are clear and complete.
Assist plant representatives with the development of basic PM document format. Assist with both basic and advanced PM task descriptions.
Review draft version PM documents for clear descriptions, format consistency, & propose technical revisions where required.
Monitor & track progress of the PM quality initiative program & generate a monthly status report
Continue to develop new equipment component modules to further enhance the Corporate PM phrase library.
Manage new PM documents within the Corporate EDMS system.
Identify Operational delays and lead activities for problem-solving and continuous improvement activities.
Develop monthly progress reports for Operating areas under your responsibility.
Develop effective PMs for equipment to support business unit metrics.
Provide direction for Q.I.T. and other support groups to assist Operating units and meet Business Plan objectives.
Interact with other Operating facilities to ensure consistent practices are maintained.
Job Requirements:
B.S. in Engineering Technology , 4-year Technical Degree or six or more years of demonstrated knowledge in a maintenance environment is required.
3-5 years of experience in a manufacturing or industrial environment.
United States Steel Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.