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The Shop Supervisor will pride themselves in facility, equipment, and vehicle maintenance, and also assist in other tasks during our busy season. This role is responsible for total oversight of the Blue Mounds facility/equipment/vehicle maintenance in accordance with company policies and procedures, including personnel oversight, financial metrics, and following company equipment maintenance guidelines. The Shop Supervisor leads all maintenance projects, follows protocols for preventative maintenance, and is able to work on large Ag equipment.
Reports to: Operations Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Essential Job Responsibilities
- Demonstrate superior work habits and a can do attitude that leads to personal and company growth
- Perform basic to advanced maintenance on floaters, semi-trucks/trailers, trucks, bobcats, forklifts, spreader carts, and facility equipment including conveyers, legs, and mixers, etc.
- Organize maintenance records and follow guidelines for proper record keeping
- Under the direction of the Operations Manager utilize other employees to assist with shop duties and facility repairs
- Work as a liaison between other agriculture/vehicle/facility repair companies when completion of major repairs isn’t possible at our location
- Obtain quotes from outside vendors for repairs and be responsible for oversight of work completed
- Willingness to work long days/weekends during the busy season 65-75 hrs(typically April-July)
- Responsible for diagnosing and fixing maintenance issues with fertilizer shed equipment
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 1-3 years operating commercial vehicles
- 1-3 years commercial vehicle maintenance
- Valid Class A CDL
- Valid federal medical card
- Ability to work in fast paced environment
- Bachelor’s or technical degree in automotive technology or facilities maintenance with certifications in agriculture equipment, facilities management, or relevant subfields preferred;
- 3 or more years of large equipment maintenance, holding a position or similar position as a shop or facility manager
- Knowledge of agronomy production
- Experience operating agronomy related vehicles or equipment
- Facility Maintenance, Automotive Maintenance, or relevant training or certifications
- Ability to work in extreme temperatures
- Ability to lift up to 70lbs
- Ability to climb in and out of equipment
- Must be able to sit for long periods of time
- Customer Focus: Builds effective relationships (internal and external), identifies customer expectations, sees issues from their point of view; offers practical recommendations.
- Collaboration: seeks and enlists active participation of others to reach goals
- Personal Accountability: Accepts responsibility for own actions, including failure. Embraces experiences as learning opportunities and not chances to blame.
- Proactive Approach & Initiative: Identifies what needs to be done and doing it before being asked by developing a path to a desired outcome including sequence, feedback points, and time estimates.
- Priority Setting: Determines the interrelationships and relative importance of tasks and takes action accordingly
- Adaptability: Flexible style; receptive to change; able to fit the circumstances.
- Innovation: Generates new ideas and approaches to enhance the organization’s systems, products, or effectiveness.
- Humor: Uses appropriate humor to maintain a positive environment.
- Time Management: allocates time efficiently to the most important issues and knows what not to spend time on; completes work in a timely fashion.
- Planning: develops a path to a desired outcome including sequence, feedback points, and time estimates.
To succeed in this job, the individual must perform each essential job responsibility satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable an individual with disabilities to perform the essential job responsibilities. Job descriptions represent a general outline of job responsibilities and qualifications. They are not intended to be comprehensive in nature. In addition, jobs evolve over time and, therefore, their descriptions may not reflect the precise nature of the position at a given point of time.
Revised: July 2021