Maintenance schedulers are typically in charge of planning and scheduling maintenance for company equipment and premises. This position includes several other responsibilities as well, including communicating with relevant departments, overseeing daily maintenance operations, ordering new parts as needed, and creating maintenance schedules. Additionally, maintenance schedulers must attend required meetings, help develop solutions to maintenance delays and cost overruns, and fill out any needed paperwork. They may suggestions for improvements to maintenance processes and regulations as needed.
Maintenance Scheduler Tasks
Coordinate downtimes and schedules, communicating safety and other needs.
Document work orders, parts, and tools needed for maintenance and repairs.
Schedule and conduct maintenance, review performance, and increasing inspections if situations warrant.
Analyze equipment and costs to identify areas to reduce expenses.