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Maintenance Planner

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The maintenance planner is responsible for the planning and scheduling of all maintenance activities relating to the plant and equipment. He/she must support the activities of the various Zone Leaders and/or Supervisors in such a manner as to ensure maximum machine efficiency and useful working life of the plant and equipment.

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Developing Preventative Maintenance (PM) plans for all existing and new equipment. Continuously reviewing these plans with input from all members of the Maintenance team so as to ensure accuracy, effectiveness and that the plans meet business requirements and objectives.
  • Work closely with Zone Leaders and/or supervisors and technicians to ensure adequate Maintenance schedules are in place for each zone and are adjusted as required.
  • Planning, scheduling and coordinating all the maintenance activities associated with all plant and equipment.
  • Updating all departments on the status on the maintenance activities in their areas.
  • Assisting with the sourcing and requisitioning of required spares from suppliers and reserving parts for maintenance activities.
  • Ensuring the tools and supplies in the department are managed effectively and are accounted for.
  • Create the departmental performance reports at the frequency determined by management.
  • Update the mechanical efficiency for the department and report daily to the department.
  • Follow-up on corrective actions and all outstanding problems which occurred in the plant, with the Zone Leaders, supervisors and manager.
  • Assist with the preparation of Budget Information.
  • Preparation of the Training Plans for the department.
  • Coordinate training for new employees.
  • Follow-up and report on all departmental actions arising from risk assessments and internal & external audits.
  • Compile monthly cost reviews and analyze with the Manager.
  • Generate the payroll.
  • Perform other reasonable job related duties as may be assigned by management.



  • Degree in Mechanical /or Electrical Engineering
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in a production environment would be an asset.


  • Good working knowledge of bottling plant machinery and systems (air compression, steam boiling, power plant and Industrial Ammonia Refrigeration)
  • Familiarity with programmable logic controllers and programming of the same
  • Good problem solving, organizational and communication skills.
  • Computer literacy (MS Office, AutoCAD)
  • Supervisory skills
  • Good communication and negotiation skills


  • CMMS & Sage 100 Software Application
  • Relevant KORE Requirements and Company Procedures
  • Awareness of Integrated Management System:
    • IMS Policy and Objectives
    • Training in applicable Work Procedures: Quality, Food Safety and GMPs


Please be advised that Caribbean Bottling Company is no longer accepting paper resumes.  You may send your resume to hradmin@cbcbahamas.com.

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