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  • Posted: Sep 28, 2020
    Deadline: Not specified
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    Ford Motor Company is a global automotive and mobility company based in Dearborn, Michigan. With about 203,000 employees and 67 plants worldwide, the company’s core business includes designing, manufacturing, marketing, financing and servicing a full line of Ford cars, trucks, SUVs and electrified vehicles, as well as Lincoln luxury vehicles. At the...
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    Process Coach – Body shop Maintenance

    Role Summary:

    The Maintenance Process Coach directs and performs skilled maintenance work in the installation, operation and repair in the Body shop.The Maintenance Process Coach is responsible for planning and scheduling daily and weekly maintenance activities maintaining the equipment uptime and assigned trades within the Facilities Maintenance Department in coordination with MOS and FPS standards.

    •  Prepare weekly maintenance schedules and allocate work as per forecasted PM’s.
    • Employ, supervise and train team members.
    • Coordinate daily maintenance activities (CM’s/PM’s) to ensure equipment availability.
    • Oversee all repairs and ensure that work is completed on time.
    • Maintain all inventory and equipment, and ensure proper storage and min max levels.
    • Comply with all health and safety regulations and practices on site.
    • Conduct preventative and corrective maintenance work as needed and generated
    • Conduct follow-ups on all maintenance and repair work to ensure conformance.
    • Conduct equipment safety inspections as scheduled.

    Position Details:

    • Coach team members on Safety, Quality and Productivity, to ensure objectives are met through following standardized work
    • Through Process Confirmation, verify that the line is running safely and consistently, PM/CM/EM are done with integrity and quality and Facilities are maintained to the standard
    • Manage absenteeism levels, employee versatility & manning assignments in the area of responsibility.
    • Support, drive and raise Kaizen’s (Continuous Improvement) and coach problem resolution to the lowest level.
    • Meet and implement MOS standards and processes and achieve outline targets of JPH, TTT, MTTR, MTBF and PM scheduling as outlined in SQDCPME Policy Deployment.
    • Support and develop short term actions through the paynter process (strategy)
    • Develop the weekend planning work
    • Build Team Leader and Team Member capability, versatility and training
    • Create a conducive work environment for the team(s) to complete their assigned responsibilities/tasks
    • Basic administration of supervisory responsibilities and documents
    • Conduct PJOs to enforce integrity and identify improvement opportunities

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

    • Fault finding ability, Electrical and Mechanical
    • Working knowledge of MS Office Suite
    • Siemens S7 and Allen Bradly PLC fault finding and programming skills.
    • Kawasaki BX, MX, ZX series Robot fault finding, repair to standard and programming skill.
    • Kuka Robot KRC4 fault finding, repair to standard and programming skill.
    • HMI –Win CC Scada, Allen Bradley Panel View fault finding and programming skill.
    • SEW – Drive fault finding and programming skills.
    • Obara frequency wielding experience.
    • SCA Auto Sealer systems Repair and Programing
    • Bosch adaptive wielding experience Repair and programing
    • Network interface and fault finding, Wi-Fi, Profibus and Ethernet IP
    • Transfer and hoist systems.
    • Safety systems – Light curtains and safety scanners Fault find and programing
    • Behavioral Skill
    • English Oral and written communication
    • Must display natural leadership and possess fantastic communication with a great eye and attention for detail while displaying strong problem-solving and decision-making skills with a solid understanding of automation equipment, repairs, and refurbishments, cleaning and managing maintenance team members. Candidate must also possess knowledge of procedures and have extensive knowledge of health and safety regulations and practices within a manufacturing environment to ensure adherence to standards with the aim to improve facility availability through a pro-active mindset of preventative maintenance.


    • National Diploma (S4) /  BTech Degree in Electrical/Mechatronics or Mechanical Engineering
    • Minimum of 3-5 years within the  Body Shop experience fulltime employment
    • Must  have displayed proven capability of leading a team in a current or previous roles

    NB: Please ensure your CV is attached to apply for the above position. Should you not receive feedback from us within 2 weeks time, please deem your application as unsuccessful.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified? Go to Ford Middle East & Africa on to apply

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