Operations Maintenance Coordinator – Paper

Operations Maintenance Coordinator – Paper

  • Georgia-Pacific
  • Full Time
  • Location: Toledo, OR

About the company

Georgia-Pacific’s Consumer Products Division is seeking qualified professionals to consider for the Operations Maintenance Coordinator (Known internally as an Operations Maintenance Gatekeeper) position supporting the mill.

The successful candidate will be the leader of overall asset care (practices, principles, and discipline) of the assigned area. This role provides strategic direction to the area through the application of the Principle Based Management® (PBM) framework and our Guiding Principles.

Georgia-Pacific Toledo is a producer of brown paper used to make cardboard and is a leader in recycling in the Northwest. The Toledo Mill is located within a 10-minute drive to the Pacific Ocean. Many outdoor activities are available near the mill including fishing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and boating.


  • Manage the spend plan for routine, CI, major expense (own the Maintenance checkbook)
  • Drive the AMWP (Asset Maintenance Work Process)
    • Approve/Reject Work Request's
    • Send validated Work Order's to the appropriate work process
    • Review Maintenance backlog
    • Facilitate prioritization & planning of Work Order's
      • Coordinate with Optimizers, Asset Availability Leader's, & Planners
    • Provide Maintenance scheduling guidance
    • Ensure Maintenance Work Orders are complete
    • Verify Work Orders closed after complete
  • Support operations to ensure prompt completion of projects
  • Communicate plans for executing weekly and outage maintenance
  • Assist Asset Availability Leader with loss-time allocations for the department as needed
  • Assist with Planned Preventative Maintenance coordination for asset health and reliability
  • Help develop long-term reliability and asset strategies
  • Collaborate with manufacturing engineers, performance leader, maintenance team members, and department leaders on critical equipment strategies
  • Ensure reliability activities are scheduled, based on resource availability and priority
  • Providing technical support on both capital and non-capital projects


Who You Are (Basic Qualifications)
  • Five or more years of experience working within a manufacturing operation
  • Experience leading and facilitating meetings
  • Experience using a CMMS (computer maintenance management system)
  What Will Put You Ahead
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Experience within a mechanical or electrical maintenance role
  • Experience with PPM systems
  • Experience within a pulp and paper manufacturing facility
  • Experience using Microsoft Project
  • Previous experience within a Gatekeeper or Asset Availability Leader role

Open positions:

Apply for the open Operations Maintenance Coordinator - Paper position here.
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