Maintenance Manger Jobs
How to Enter
To become a Maintenance Manager in New Zealand, most employers will prefer you to have a Bachelor of Engineering or similar, and some may expect you to have a post-graduate degree, such as a Masters of Engineering. In any case, having more than five years’ experience is generally preferred.
The typical responsibilities of a Maintenance Manager can include some or all of the following:
- Deciding engineering goals and timetables
- Setting and reporting budgets
- Identifying what materials, supplies, machinery and equipment are needed to meet goals
- Managing engineering suppliers and vendors
- Evaluating engineering processes and creating reports
- Maintaining, testing, improving and deciding when to repair or replace equipment and machinery
- Developing new processes
- Developing, training and assisting Engineers
- Meeting and liaising with clients and customers
- Overseeing engineering safety standards and risks
Maintenance Managers may choose to take up a similar position in another industry or specialise further within Engineering Management, such as Manufacturing Technology, Quality Control or Health & Safety.
100K+ per annum (NZD)
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