Electrical & Instrumentation (E&I) Shift Leaders consistently achieve short-term and long-term results through leadership and coaching of E&I shift members. They deliver exceptional results within the power, controls, and information systems (PC&IS) field utilizing broad, in-depth knowledge of electrical systems and controls; and, as a result, are a prime resource for solving PC&IS-related problems during a shift. The E&I Shift Leader acts similarly to an Operation Team leader. They are responsible for the safety, quality, and business results of the shift. They may also cover one or more Technical Focus areas. Skills will also be developed to lead small to medium projects within the department. The E&I Shift leader may also own systems for the department.
Responsibilities and Scope of Role
- Owns E&I related Safety, Quality and Results for the shift
- Train and Coach Shift E&Is
- Build capability in Operation Team
- Prioritize and coordinate resources during the shift
- Complete assigned progressive maintenance
- Complete assigned improvement projects
- Effectively identify and resolve most electrical and controls problems in their shift
- Effectively communicate PC&IS related issues using Shift Pass down sheet
- Follow and reinforce E&I Escalation standard
- Follow and reinforce tools for loss elimination
- Identify and fix Electrical defects
- Identify and execute loss elimination projects
- Take stretching informed risks
- Report incompliance with Plant Standards, NEC, PCP for any electrical installations
- Own certain technologies and systems for the department
- Follow all safety guidelines and practices for the site and specific dept/area
Skills/Qualifications Required to Successfully Perform Role (some may be developed while in role)
- License Electrician by the State of Massachusetts or recognized by State of Massachusetts. Education and Experience may be considered.
- Advanced Electrical hardware and software troubleshooting skills
- In-depth root cause problem solving capability
- Skills to plan and execute down-days and outages
- Skills to lead and execute projects and initiatives following P&G standards and design practices
- Communication skills necessary to interface with vendors, engineering contacts, core teams, and management
- Skills to troubleshoot, repair, and make improvements to electrical systems in the department
- Self-motivation – able to perform job with little or no supervision
- Skills to handle both group and individual conflict
- Skills to perform electrical and instrumentation work following all electrical safety procedures
The Procter & Gamble Andover Plant operates 7-days per week. We rely on local talent and relocation is generally not paid. E&I Technicians work on fixed shift schedules throughout the week. Additional days may be required to be worked as overtime, including work on weekends, which may be as overtime or as part of the E&I Technician's normal schedule. Changes in business volume and production requirements can cause the Plant to occasionally change the length of work shifts or schedule. The hours of work vary from 8 to 12 hours per day. E&I Technicians are expected to be willing to work any shift.
Just so you know:
- We are committed to providing equal opportunities in employment. We value diversity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, citizenship, HIV/AIDS status, or any other legally protected factor.
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- Relocation is generally not paid.
- Procter & Gamble participates in e-verify as required by law.
- Qualified individuals will not be disadvantaged based on being unemployed.
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