Profession Engineering maintenance supervisor
First line supervisors, mechanics, installers or repairers supervise, coordinate and participate in the activities of mechanics, installers, and repairers.
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Tasks engineering maintenance supervisor
- Determine necessary installations, services and repairs, e.g. by analyzing relevant information and examining objects, systems and facilities.
- Determine schedules, sequences and assignments for work activities.
- Give instructions to workers, e.g. work specifications, blueprints or job orders.
- Monitor and control work areas, tools and equipment.
- Monitor and review employees' work performance.
- Participate in the work activities of mechanics, installers or repairers.
- Compute estimates and actual costs, for instance of materials, labor and outside contractors.
- Participate in budget preparation and administration, e.g. by monitoring departmental expenditure and coordinating purchasing.
- Advise employees on work-related issues.
- Conduct or arrange training in job-related skills for workers.
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