The Plant Maintenance Planner must have solid technical and mechanical skill set where they can look at technology to determine if everything is in place and in working order, then review vendor manuals and compare what we have today in order to make recommendations on how to update the manuals. Partner with the Plant Operational/Technical Consultant. This is a three-month contract.
Prior P&G experience preferred
Understand how to create a maintenance manual
Background in Maintenance Planning and Scheduling for Equipment / Systems
Prefer SAP Maintenance and Stores background
Ability to identify proper Preventive Maintenance Tasks to support Plant Systems
Ability to support spare Parts needs working with Plant Systems
Ability to create needed Maintenance Procedures and Train Equipment Owners
Microsoft Office experience is preferred (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
Must be a self-motivated individual
Contractors will need to provide their own PPE, gloves, steel toe boots
Dayshift M-F; 40-50 hours per week
Occasional weekend shift may be required
P&G’s freelancer opportunities are for project-based or other short-term engagements that require specialized skills. Successful candidates for freelancer opportunities will not be considered employees of The Procter & Gamble Company or any of its subsidiaries nor will candidates be eligible for employment benefits. Candidates looking for regular full-time employment opportunities should begin their search here: pgcareers.com.