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Full Time
2/13/2024
Plano, TX 75093
(14.0 miles)
Compensation Type: Hourly Highgate Hotels: Highgate is a premier real estate investment and hospitality management company widely recognized as an innovator in the industry. Highgate is the dominant player in U.S. gateway markets including New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco and Honolulu, with a rapidly expanding presence in Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Highgate’s portfolio of global properties represents an aggregate asset value exceeding $20B and generates over $5B in cumulative revenues. The company provides expert guidance through all stages of the hospitality property cycle, from planning and development through recapitalization or disposition. Highgate also has the creativity and bandwidth to develop bespoke hotel brands and utilizes industry-leading proprietary revenue management tools that identify and predict evolving market dynamics to drive out performance and maximize asset value. With an executive team consisting of some of the industry’s most experienced hotel management leaders, the company is a trusted partner for top ownership groups and major hotel brands. Highgate maintains corporate offices in London, New York, Dallas, and Seattle. Responsibilities: Assist with the operation maintenance and repair of equipment.Change out light bulbs; perform preventative maintenance for guest rooms to include: vinyl repair touch up paint minor furniture repair tub caulking tile repairs etc.Perform preventative maintenance for ice machines refrigerators kitchen equipment laundry equipment HVAC guestrooms meeting rooms the swimming pool and hot tub.Perform plumbing repair laundry equipment repair preventative maintenance on all exhaust fans and supply; monitor energy conservation; repair vacuum cleaners and any other small equipment upon request.Immediately follow up on any alarms to determine the exact location and cause - determine emergency status and report to the Front Desk with findings.Perform other tasks/jobs as assigned by the supervisor or manager. Qualifications: Experience in a hotel or a related field preferred.High School diploma or equivalent required.Licensed in a trade preferred (plumbing electrical HVAC carpentry etc.).Must have a valid driver’s license for the applicable state.Must have an acceptable MVR (Motor Vehicle Driving Record) property specific.
Full Time
2/24/2024
Plano, TX 75026
(5.6 miles)
AutoReqId: 19076BR Pay Class: Salaried Exempt Minimum Pay Rate: $102,300.00 Maximum Pay Rate: $140,662.50 Department: Technical Line of Business: Corporate Administration (SSC, IT, Employee Services, Etc.) Position Type: Full-Time Job Posting: THE ROLE AND THE COMPANY Heidelberg Materials provides the materials to build our future. Our future is sustainable. Our future is digital. And it goes way beyond cement, aggregates and ready-mixed concrete. Heidelberg Materials North America, previously known as Lehigh Hanson, operates more than 450 locations with approximately 9,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada. Heidelberg Materials seeks to future proof its cement operations with increased digitization and operational capability. The overarching goal is to centralize operations, and to achieve operational excellence. For this purpose, it is establishing the Heidelberg Materials Remote Optimization Center (HROC) in its headquarters in Irving, Texas. As an HROC Reliability Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical support and expertise in reliability engineering to multiple cement plants within a designated region. Based in a central location, you will collaborate closely with plant teams to improve equipment reliability, optimize maintenance strategies, and drive continuous improvement initiatives across the region. Occasional travel to the plant sites supported will be required. What You’ll Get to Do Reliability Engineering: Develop and implement reliability engineering strategies and programs across multiple cement plants to improve equipment performance, increase uptime, and reduce maintenance costs. Apply reliability tools and methodologies to analyze data, identify failure modes, and implement preventive and predictive maintenance techniques.Equipment Performance Monitoring: Monitor equipment performance and health using all available condition monitoring systems in place (including vibration analysis, thermography, oil analysis, and other predictive maintenance technologies). Identify potential issues (with equipment or monitoring techniques), develop maintenance plans, and collaborate with plant teams to ensure equipment reliability and availability.Root Cause Analysis: Lead and facilitate root cause analysis investigations for equipment failures, reliability incidents, recurring issues, and facilitation of process/quality/production RCFAs. Identify underlying causes, develop corrective actions, and collaborate with cross-functional teams to implement sustainable solutions to improve equipment reliability and performance. Follow up and monitor the implementation of agreed to changes and improvements.Maintenance Optimization: Collaborate with plant maintenance teams to optimize maintenance strategies and practices, including preventive and predictive maintenance programs. Analyze maintenance data, evaluate equipment performance trends, and recommend improvements to increase efficiency and reduce downtime. Participate in the outage planning process by developing work packages and specific work schedules for projects or major repair work as required by the maintenance planner.Spare Parts Management: Develop and implement effective spare parts management strategies across the plants supported, ensuring identification and availability of critical spare parts, optimizing inventory levels, and minimizing costs.Reliability Reporting and Analysis: Prepare regular reports on equipment reliability, maintenance performance, and KPIs for regional and plant management review. Conduct data analysis to identify areas for improvement, track reliability trends, and provide recommendations for reliability enhancement initiatives. Develop and maintain an expert level of competence in using the CMMS and reporting systems.Training and Knowledge Sharing: Provide training and guidance to plant maintenance personnel on reliability engineering principles, techniques, and best practices. Share knowledge and lessons learned with plant teams to enhance their understanding and competency in reliability engineering.Continuous Improvement: Drive a culture of continuous improvement by actively seeking opportunities to enhance equipment reliability, maintenance practices, and overall plant performance. Initiate and lead improvement projects, collaborate with cross-functional teams, and implement best practices regionally.Support facilities in the implementation of Heidelberg Materials maintenance and reliability programs. Essential Experience and Skills Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a related field.Previous experience in reliability engineering within a heavy industrial or continuous manufacturing environment, preferably in cement production.Strong knowledge of reliability engineering principles, tools, and methodologies, including root cause analysis and condition-based maintenance.Proficiency in using condition monitoring techniques and predictive maintenance technologies.Familiarity with computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS) preferably SAP. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to analyze complex equipment issues and implement effective solutions.Strong project management skills, with the ability to plan, prioritize, and execute multiple tasks concurrently in a remote support role.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with plant teams and stakeholders remotely.Willingness to travel occasionally to the plant and corporate sites supported for inspections, meetings, and project implementation. Proficiency in data analysis software and MS Office applications. What We Have to Offer: Competitive base salary and participation in our annual incentive planCompetitive benefits program401k retirement savings plan with an automatic company contribution as well as matching contributions No Search Firms please. Employer Statement: Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled
Full Time
2/24/2024
Plano, TX 75026
(5.6 miles)
AutoReqId: 19075BR Pay Class: Salaried Exempt Minimum Pay Rate: $102,300.00 Maximum Pay Rate: $140,662.50 Department: Technical Line of Business: Corporate Administration (SSC, IT, Employee Services, Etc.) Position Type: Full-Time Job Posting: THE ROLE AND THE COMPANY Heidelberg Materials provides the materials to build our future. Our future is sustainable. Our future is digital. And it goes way beyond cement, aggregates and ready-mixed concrete. Heidelberg Materials North America, previously known as Lehigh Hanson, operates more than 450 locations with approximately 9,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada. Heidelberg Materials seeks to future proof its cement operations with increased digitization and operational capability. The overarching goal is to centralize operations, and to achieve operational excellence. For this purpose, it is establishing the Heidelberg Materials Remote Optimization Center (HROC) in its headquarters in Irving, Texas. As an HROC Systems Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical support and expertise to multiple cement plants within a designated region. Based in a central location remote to the plants, you will collaborate closely with plant teams to optimize process performance, troubleshoot issues, and drive continuous improvement initiatives across the region. Occasional travel to the plant sites supported will be required. What You’ll Get to Do Control System Support: Provide technical support for the operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of control systems at multiple cement plant sites. Collaborate with plant teams and process engineers to identify and resolve control system issues, ensuring minimal disruption to plant operations. Ensure compliance with safety and regulatory standards.System Optimization: Collaborate with plant teams and process engineers to analyze control system performance data, identify opportunities for optimization, and implement improvement strategies. Optimize control algorithms, tuning parameters, and control loops to enhance process stability, efficiency, and product quality.Expert System Application Maintenance and Optimization: Work in coordination with plant teams and process engineers to maintain and optimize expert system applications in crushing, milling, pyro-processing, environmental compliance, and quality control applications to drive high utilization and value.Data Acquisition/Historian Support: Provide technical support for the maintenance and troubleshooting of company’s data historian. Add tags and configure connections to new systems, build customer reports, manage user accounts, and assist process engineers with development of trends and other historian tools.System Upgrades and Integration: Support control system upgrades, migrations, and integration projects. Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including project managers, IT, process engineers, and vendors, to plan and execute system upgrades, implement new functionalities, and ensure seamless integration with existing plant systems.Maintenance and Documentation: Develop and implement preventive maintenance plans for control systems, including routine inspections, calibrations, and software updates. Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation of control system configurations, interlock diagrams, network diagrams, business continuity plans and standard operating procedures. Ensure compliance with change management processes.Training and Knowledge Transfer: Provide training and technical guidance to operators and process engineers on control system operation, troubleshooting techniques, and best practices. Foster a culture of knowledge sharing and continuous learning by conducting workshops, developing training materials, and sharing expertise with the plant teams.Cybersecurity: Collaborate with IT teams and cybersecurity experts to implement robust security measures and protocols to protect process network systems from cyber threats. Monitor and assess system vulnerabilities, recommend, and implement security enhancements, and ensure compliance with cybersecurity standards. Essential Experience and Skills Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Control Systems Engineering, or a related field.Previous experience in control systems engineering, preferably in the cement or heavy industrial sector.Strong knowledge of control system principles, distributed control systems (DCS), programmable logic controllers (PLC), human-machine interfaces (HMI), and process automation.Proficiency in programming languages such as ladder logic, structured text, or function block. Working knowledge of multiple control systems is preferred.Experience with control system hardware, networking, and communication protocols.Experience configuring and maintaining VMware virtual environments.Experience with OPC DA servers, clients and tunnellers.Familiarity with cybersecurity principles and practices for control systems.Familiarity with digitalization, artificial intelligence, data historians, and expert systemsFamiliarity with power metering, instrumentation, gas analyzers, control devices, motor control centers, switchgear and control panel design and engineering.Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills, with the ability to diagnose and resolve complex control system issues. What We Have to Offer: Competitive base salary and participation in our annual incentive planCompetitive benefits program401k retirement savings plan with an automatic company contribution as well as matching contributions No Search Firms please. Employer Statement: Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled
Full Time
2/14/2024
Allen, TX 75013
(6.7 miles)
AutoReqId: 19074BR Pay Class: Salaried Exempt Minimum Pay Rate: $102,300.00 Maximum Pay Rate: $140,662.50 Department: Technical Line of Business: Corporate Administration (SSC, IT, Employee Services, Etc.) Position Type: Full-Time Job Posting: THE ROLE AND THE COMPANY Heidelberg Materials provides the materials to build our future. Our future is sustainable. Our future is digital. And it goes way beyond cement, aggregates and ready-mixed concrete. Heidelberg Materials North America, previously known as Lehigh Hanson, operates more than 450 locations with approximately 9,000 employees in the U.S. and Canada. Heidelberg Materials seeks to future proof its cement operations with increased digitization and operational capability. The overarching goal is to centralize operations, and to achieve operational excellence. For this purpose, it is establishing the Heidelberg Materials Remote Optimization Center (HROC) in its headquarters in Irving, Texas. As an HROC Process Engineer, you will be responsible for providing technical support and expertise to multiple cement plants within a designated region. Based in a central location remote to the plants, you will collaborate closely with plant teams to optimize process performance, troubleshoot issues, and drive continuous improvement initiatives across the region. Occasional travel to the plant sites supported will be required. What You’ll Get to Do Process Optimization: Identify and implement process improvements to maximize efficiency, reduce costs, and optimize product quality. Analyze data, conduct experiments, and recommend adjustments to process parameters, equipment, and operating procedures.Troubleshooting and Problem Solving: Serve as the primary technical resource for plant teams in diagnosing and resolving process performance issues, equipment malfunctions, and product quality concerns. Provide expertise, propose solutions, and collaborate with cross-functional teams to implement corrective actions.Production Planning and Coordination: Collaborate with production and maintenance teams to develop and execute production plans. Ensure that production targets are met while maintaining compliance with safety, environmental, and quality regulations.Continuous Improvement: Drive a culture of continuous improvement by actively seeking opportunities to enhance operational efficiency, reduce waste, and increase productivity. Implement best practices, monitor key performance indicators (KPIs), and initiate improvement projects.Process Monitoring and Control: Monitor key process parameters, collect, and analyze data, and ensure adherence to established operating parameters. Optimize process control strategy and maintain process control system tools (including advanced process control systems) to optimize process performance and maintain product quality within specifications.Safety and Environmental Compliance: Ensure compliance with safety regulations, promote a safe working environment, and actively participate in safety initiatives. Monitor and manage environmental aspects of the process to minimize environmental impact and comply with environmental regulations.Training and Knowledge Sharing: Provide training and guidance to operations and maintenance personnel on process-related topics. Share knowledge and best practices with team members to enhance overall competency and understanding of the cement manufacturing process. Provide coaching and guidance to control room operators.Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation of process parameters, equipment maintenance, and operational procedures. Prepare regular reports on process performance, KPIs, and improvement initiatives for management review. Essential Experience and Skills Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.Experience in cement manufacturing or similar heavy industrial and/or chemical processes.Strong knowledge of cement manufacturing processes, including raw materials preparation, kiln operations, grinding, and quality control.Proficiency in process optimization techniques, statistical analysis, and process control systems.Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to analyze complex issues and implement effective solutions.Strong project management skills, with the ability to plan, prioritize, and execute multiple tasks concurrently.Familiarity with safety and environmental regulations in the cement industry.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams.Willingness to travel occasionally to the plant sites supported for inspections, meetings, and project implementation.Proficiency in data analysis software and MS Office applications. What We Have to Offer: Competitive base salary and participation in our annual incentive planCompetitive benefits program401k retirement savings plan with an automatic company contribution as well as matching contributions No Search Firms please. Employer Statement: Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority / Female / Veteran / Disabled
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2/28/2024
McKinney, TX
(1.6 miles)
$18.00 to $22.00 / hr
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Allen, TX 75013
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Allen, TX 75013
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