Job TitleMaintenance Planning & Inventory AnalystJob Description SummaryC&W Services, a division of Cushman & Wakefield, is the industry leader in Integrated Maintenance Solutions.
We are looking for an experienced Maintenance Planning & Inventory Analyst to oversee asset management, work planning, and spare part inventory using Infor EAM software at our location!
C&W Services offers:
*Comprehensive Benefits that start on your first day!
*Training to work in a Cutting Edge Facility!
*A Safety First Culture!Job Description
Measure and publish facility's PI metrics to the management team; interpret data, troubleshoot process, and make recommendations based on findings.
Develop and maintain accuracy of equipment metadata by regularly collecting and inputting information, such as; manufacturer, model, serial number, and system structure information. The data is maintained in EAM and equipment is labeled/barcoded or identifiable in the facility.
Develop and maintain accuracy of Work Order related data: Adding Equipment to PM Plans, Schedules, and Work Packages, Defining Scheduled due dates or initial meter points of system generated WOs.
Develop and maintain FC specific PM Plans, Schedules, Routes, and Work Packages
Support management in the review of WO Data accuracy such as; Equipment on WOs, Booked Hours (Employee and Vendors), parts usage, WO type, closing codes and WO Comments.
Support management in the scheduling and assigning of work. Manage work orders in the system, ensure proper creation, planning, update and closure of work orders.
Develop and maintain accuracy of spare parts metadata by regularly collecting and inputting information, such as; supplier, catalog number, min/max quantities, pricing, manufacturer, and part numbers.
Drive materials management process in the facilities store, including but not limited to: Create and or Generate Requisitions, POs, PO Receipts (EAM & Oracle), Develop and maintain the 5s of the store, Work with facilities team to develop and maintain lists of critical spares, Audit materials management process with regularly scheduled cycle counts, Support management with data to implement corrective action as discovered in cycle counts, KPIs or other EAM data.
Work with facilities team to reduce costs and improve parts quality
Work with corporate EAM Business Analysts to roll out new functionality, standard object coding scheme, Preventive Maintenance (PM) procedures and scheduling; and EAM reports.
Provide software trainings to end users and new EAM Administrators; serves as liaison for problem solving and escalation
Coach and educate staff on the CMMS functions and best practices for performing tasks.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Information Systems, or commensurate professional experience
Flexibility with hours and days (the operation will potentially be running 20 hours a day, 7 days a week, including some holidays)
1-3+ years of related experience in a maintenance distribution or manufacturing environment
Experience communicating to peers, hourly associates, and senior management regarding maintenance, inventory, and cost control
4+ years' working experience working with enterprise asset management software suit. Infor EAM ASE is highly desired
2+ years' data analysis experience in the facilities maintenance program, specifically in asset management and spare part optimization
User training experience is desired
Must be self-driven, organized and be able to work in a fast paced team environment
Proven written and verbal communication skills
Experience and proficiency in the following areas preferred, but not required:
Microsoft Office Suite and CMMS User
Preventive and Predictive maintenance procedures
A strong knowledge of warehousing/manufacturing maintenance material inventory, project estimating and scheduling, enterprise server CMMS experience, and data-driven, analytical thinking and decision-making skills.
C&W Services is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative? Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.