Maintenance Manager

JOB POSITION:  Maintenance Manager

LOCATION:        Nesmith, SC (Hemingway)

DEPARTMENT:   Production

DATE POSTED:  June 17, 2019


This position directs all maintenance activities for the entire plant operation. This includes maintenance business management, maintenance material inventory, departmental budgets, computerized maintenance and management systems and preventative & corrective maintenance programs.

Candidates must have strong skills in the electrical field and be familiar with regulatory agencies such as USDA, FDA, OSHA and EPA. Must also possess strong skills as a leader able to motivate, empower, train, direct and lead a team of 25+ technicians.


Minimum of 5 years in operations, maintenance, quality, and management required. Strong computer skills required.

Knowledge in the following areas is highly preferred: packaging/mechanical operation, electronics and controls, utility systems including boiler and ammonia refrigeration.

Must have the ability to manage a continuous 24/7 operation. This position reports directly to the Plant Manager.

Valid State Driver’s License required. 


Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related technical field preferred.

HR CONTACT NAME:  Lynda D’Amours, HR Manager

PHONE:  843.558.8192



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