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Plant Maintenance Manager - AUS - Nashville, TN

Aramark Nashville, TN
  • Expired: October 05, 2019. Applications are no longer accepted.

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Aramark Uniform Services (AUS) provides uniforms and related products to more than 400,000 customers nationwide, in virtually every industry.  From designing and manufacturing to laundering and delivering, AUS works with local and national clients to create and maintain a total uniform solution that promotes teamwork and establishes a professional identity.  AUS operates from over 200 locations nationwide and has an immediate opportunity for a Plant Maintenance Manager in Nashville, TN.


Position Overview:

Primary responsibility is performing and/or overseeing maintenance on all plant machinery (compressed air system, heat reclaimer, boiler, HVAC, water softener, electrical systems etc).  Manage a staff of maintenance mechanics.  Utilize proper skilled techniques to assure the safe, efficient operation of all plant machinery.  Responsible for the timeliness and accuracy of all necessary reports and paperwork.  Document all work performed. 


Essential Functions:



  • Recruit, select, hire, develop and educate Maintenance Technicians.  Coach to improve performance.  Hold technicians accountable for meeting goals established by the Market Center.
  • Create time effective work schedules.
  • Maintain / Repair or replace equipment when necessary and perform basic plumbing, mechanical, and electrical and building repair work when necessary.
  • Order necessary parts, tools, equipment, etc. in a timely manner by following company policies.
  • Maintain a complement of critical spares on the shelf for plant equipment and maintain parts inventory (quantity and value matches with the records).
  • Perform root cause analysis for any abnormal conditions/ failures, take required corrective and preventive actions to prevent recurrence of such conditions
  • Track utility consumption data, prepare reports and circulate it for management review, propose/ implement corrective actions or solutions to control these costs.
  • Communicate and co-ordinate with the equipment suppliers to resolve plant equipment related issues
  • Maintain satisfactory Market Center targets for cost controls and downtime. 
  • Create and implement preventive maintenance schedule in accordance with the equipment manufacturer's recommendation/ industry accepted best practices for all plant equipment.
  • Support an environment of continuous improvement by making/implementing suggestions.
  • Drive company Action Plans and hold the mechanics accountable for executing against those plans.
  • Maintain close coordination with production department to resolve equipment breakdowns and other production related opportunities.
  • Through implementation and execution of company safety initiatives, create an environment where safety is a primary concern.  Maintain compliance with all Federal, State and Local laws and regulation that affect Market Center operations.
  • Perform other duties as required or assigned by management.


Two-year college degree or equivalent experience preferred.


Required Experience:          

  • Minimum of 5 years of maintenance work experience.
  • 2 years of prior management experience is preferred.



Nashville, TN