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Component Repair Technologies Facility Maintenance Supervisor (1st shift, Mon-Fri) in Mentor, Ohio


The role of the Facility Maintenance Supervisor is to plan, direct, and lead a professional crew of maintenance and electrical technicians in maintaining, troubleshooting, repairing, and updating the main campus of the company, to include facilities, grounds, and associated equipment.

The position performs its primary functions in a climate-controlled and modern state-of-the-art facility.


Component Repair Technologies (CRT) is a locally family-owned business, with operations in Mentor, OH since 1985. Our staff of approximately five hundred dedicated team-members, many of whom have been onboard for decades, are the key reason for the success of the company.

Our primary focus is the repair and overhaul of turbine engine components with our customers being the world's largest airlines and jet engine manufacturers. CRT is a global leader in the aerospace and marine turbine engine repair sector with authorizations from the Federal Aviation Administration, European Union Aviation Safety Agency, and other world regulatory bodies.

Our commitment is focused on our valued employees and community. Take the next career step and bring your openness to learning new skills to CRT and discover the advantages of working with a privately owned family business. You won't be disappointed!

Visit www.componentrepair.com for more information.


    1. Provide direct supervision of facilities maintenance personnel, coordination and oversight of facility maintenance and the completion of work scope within assigned budget.
    1. Plan, assign, oversee work and inspect completed jobs/projects to ensure adherence to work order and company expectations.
    1. Oversee the preventative maintenance, inspection, and repair of systems such as, but not limited to, mechanical electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and other facility equipment as necessary.
    1. Utilize computerized maintenance system. Verify work orders to ensure that they are properly prepared and completed correctly.
    1. Participate as a site safety advocate, while assisting the EHS engineer in related responsibilities such as governmental/code/regulatory inspections, fire suppression systems, maintenance logs and the compliance thereof, within the physical plant.
    1. Support capital projects as required and manage outside contractor assignments and work scope.
    1. Direct responsibility for managing facilities maintenance spare parts inventory.
    1. Ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, local, and industry standards and regulations and compliance with company standards, and procedures such as use of personal protective equipment, loc out/tag out and hot work permits.
    1. Coordinate directly with scheduling to review all preventative maintenance and repairs for the facility, life safety, site grounds, refrigeration, and material handling equipment.
    1. Monitor equipment return to service dates and accurately and timely report findings to applicable departments.
    1. Manage and review service contracts under supervision of management when required.
    1. Troubleshoot equipment to identify source of problems and develop effective solutions to eliminate reoccurrences.
    1. Ensures security and emergency preparedness procedures are implemented properly.
    1. Possess good leadership skills and the ability to supervise the work of others. Must be able to motivate and work with and through others to achieve desired results.
    1. Work alongside the production, engineering, purchasing, and training teams to ensure a culture of continuous improvement.


    1. A minimum of two years' experience in a supervisory role in the field of equipment maintenance and/or facility maintenance and/or building maintenance.
    1. Previous experience in the "hands-on" troubleshooting and repair (in a manufacturing environment) of equipment and facilities. Experience in three phase electrical systems.
    1. Possess mechanical aptitude, skills, and ability.
  • Ability to read and interpret building blueprints, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other system drawings in the physical plant environment.


    1. High school diploma.
    1. Successful completion of technical training courses and/or technical training schools in job related courses such as electrical, HVAC, pipe fabrication or construction theory and practice.
    1. Computer literacy with Windows, Excel, Word, and Outlook.
    1. General knowledge of standard shop practices and procedures.
    1. Vacuum furnace knowledge to include centrifugal pumps, FANUC controls and PLC controls.
    1. Some exposure to or knowledge of wastewater treatment systems.
    1. Ability to work in a team environment.
    1. Ability to speak, read, and write English.


    1. Must be able to pass a vision test and a fitness-for-duty test.
    1. Valid driver's license and no major infractions in the previous three years.
    1. Follow general shop safety procedures including the use of safety glasses, safety toe shoes, gloves, and hearing protection.
    1. Work in difficult position. Stand and/or sit for extended hours.
    1. Move heavy parts (>50 pounds) using hoists, slings, carts, two person lifts, forklifts, or other handling methods. Move fewer heavy parts (<50 pounds) with or without hoists, slings, carts, or other handling methods.
    1. Use powered and hand-held tools frequently.


    1. Our employees are the number one asset at CRT. A progressive and innovative benefits package has been in place for many years, with our staff and their families being the key winners. Fully paid health insurance is a key benefit that we are very proud to offer.
    1. Our 401k program is funded via multiple sources. Employee contributions are matched up to a percentage and annual cash bonuses are regularly attained by our team.
    1. Continuing education is offered on-site with CRT University and Lorain Community College, offering an Assoicate Degree in Mechanical Engineering, with classes in-person (at CRT) and online. The tuition is funded by CRT.
    1. Tuition reimbursement (up to preset amount) at many local colleges and trade programs that qualify.
    1. Traditional paid time off (PTO) is offered at many local colleges and trade programs that qualify.
    1. For many more of the unique benefits we offer, visit our website or Facebook page to see, "what we are up to."


Component Repair Technologies, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, M/F/H/V.

CRT is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and promoting the health and well-being of its employees. It is the Company’s policy to only hire individuals who do not use drugs/nicotine products. All candidates will be screened for drug/nicotine use prior to hire. Employment opportunities at CRT are open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. CRT complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws with regard to equal employment opportunity.

The CRT team utilizes texting in its recruitment process; you may receive texts from application through the hiring stage.