Planner, Asset Reliability Maintenance

Company Name:
Ardagh Group
Ardagh Group, based in Luxembourg, is a global leader in glass and metal packaging solutions, producing packaging for most of the world's leading food, beverage and consumer care brands. Ardagh operates from more than 100 locations in 24 countries, employing 20,000 people and has global sales of $6.5 billion. For more information about Ardagh Group, visit .
The company employs approximately 6,000 people and operates 20 glass and metal manufacturing plants throughout the United States and Canada. In North America, Ardagh Group is a recognized leader in the manufacture of glass containers for the food, beverage, beer, wine and spirits markets. With 15 strategically located glass manufacturing facilities, supported by a state-of-the-art machine shop and distribution center, Ardagh provides superior products and services.
Ardagh Group systematically identifies, develops and promotes talented employees in all areas to strengthen and unify its team worldwide. The ability to manage projects with others across a wide range of diverse cultures, technologies and disciplines is a key behavior sought for leadership at Ardagh Group. Whether you intend to begin your career with Ardagh, or expand your professional horizons, Ardagh has opportunities in a variety of disciplines across the organization.
Implement programs and processes to ensure that the optimal life of plant assets is achieved, reducing maintenance cost, machine downtime, and improving equipment reliability.
Plan maintenance jobs and create required Job Information Packages through work orders in ARM, including providing cost estimates, include labor, materials, and outside contractor service for each order and ensuring parts availability, support crafts, and parts lists for successful job completion.
Effectively communicate activities and objectives to plant management in an effort to receive input and acquire support.
Determine predictive maintenance by analyzing data collected and input from ARM on key process indicators.
An undergraduate degree in a technical field, preferably mechanical, electrical, or reliability engineering with at least 1-3 years of experience with strong manufacturing exposure.
Must have computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Applications such Word and Excel. Database experience is a plus.
Requires strong communication and interpersonal skills in order to deal with management and craft personnel.
Must have strong planning and organization skills, be detail oriented and have the ability to identify problems and make recommendations.

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