|Location:||Toledo, OH||Country:||United States||Job Code:||2726||Position Type:||Salary|
Founded in 1847,
Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is the largest and oldest independent iron ore mining company in the United States. We are a
major supplier of iron ore pellets to the North American steel industry from our mines and pellet plants located
in Michigan and Minnesota. Additionally, we operate an iron ore mining complex in Western Australia. By 2020,
Cliffs expects to be the sole producer of hot briquetted iron (HBI) in the Great Lakes region with the development
of its first production plant in Toledo, OH. Driven by the core values of safety, social, environmental and
capital stewardship, our employees endeavor to provide all stakeholders with operating and financial transparency.
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The Mechanical Planner is
responsible for driving the planning process for all mechanical work in support of Toledo HBI Operations. This
role plans jobs including task instructions, precautions, replacement parts, specialty tools/equipment and
manpower requirements to complete identified work. This role interacts as a liaison among scheduling, operations,
maintenance, engineering, and contractors related to the development of the weekly, monthly and long-range work
for developing the hierarchy for equipment and equipment components.
- Create and
updates application part lists (APL’s) as required.
(Material Management Application) MMA’s into the system for any item that will need to be ordered on a
regular basis. Add these stock codes to the correct APL’s and communicate with relevant roles the addition
of the new stock codes for future reference.
Standard Jobs (SJ’s). Include content, sequence, timing and outcome so that work can be executed safely and
- Help receive
equipment as required.
unplanned work order backlog and priority on a daily basis to assess new work. Plan work accordingly.
- Scope new work
orders in the field to identify required manpower, parts, tools, supplies, equipment and procedures. Identify
special instructions or safety items that should be factored into the work.
- Ready work
orders for scheduling and liaise with Scheduler, Supervisors and Warehouse as to timing of execution.
- Make sure all
parts, tools and supplies are staged and ready to go at the work site prior to the work beginning and all
equipment is available and ready for use.
- Work with
Purchasing to develop contractor scope of work (SOW) documents in relation to third party maintenance services.
Perform contractor bid walks of job site.
- Review and
recommend changes to SJ’s to make sure all work procedures, durations and labor requirements are clearly
defined and accurate considering historical information.
with the Scheduler to make sure that the scope and content of the work is clearly understood for correct
- Work with
Supervisor(s) to answer questions regarding the scope of work and job procedures so that work can be efficiently
- Review closed
work orders for information regarding execution of the work and quality of the plans in order to update Standard
Work and APL’s. Give feedback to Supervisor(s) regarding comments on closed work orders in order to
streamline the process.
- Participate in
After Action Reviews (AAR) of the work planned to gather feedback on the quality of the plans especially as it
relates to scope of work, parts, tools, staging and job procedures. Update APL’s and Standard Jobs to
improve execution of work in the future.
issues regarding the correct closing, coding, updating and adding of comments to Work Orders.
component hours to ensure work is planned and parts available as well any ancillary work achievable with equipment
idle is planned.
- In combination
with the Scheduler and Maintenance Manager prepare forecasts to accurately budget for maintenance work.
- Work with
Mechanical Engineers and Supervisors on any new projects that need planning support. Communicate regularly with
these roles to make sure any work is correctly initiated in the system.
- Act in a front line Supervisory role as
required eg. Major shutdowns.
- Associates Degree or 2-year technical
school degree/certification. May consider equivalent experience.
- Minimum 5 years skilled trades work experience in heavy industrial
- Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) experience;
- Microsoft Office experience (Excel, Word,
- Project Management Software (MS Project, Primavera,
- Strong mechanical/electrical aptitude preferably with
experience in (pipe materials, specifications, fittings, seals, water piping/pumping systems, compressible fluid
piping/pumping systems, welding, conveying equipment, gearing/bearings/power transmission, rigging/iron
working,machining procedures, tolerances, use of power/hydraulic tools, high temperature refractory
clipping and refractory.
- Ability to work under minimal supervision
and effectively manage multiple/changing priorities.
- Ability to read and understand mechanical
drawing sets including general arrangements, exploded views, bill or materials (BOM), welding procedures, material
and piping specifications.
- Ability to
interpret maintenance manuals.
- Effectively communicate both orally and
through written text.
- Can be sedentary for long periods of time.
- Occasionally lifting up to
- Mobility required. Must be able to handle stairs and long periods work on your
- Routinely exposed to plant environment including noise, dust,
dirt and vibrations.