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Based on 1,061 responses, the job of Maintenance Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.06 out of 5. On average, Maintenance Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Maintenance Manager?

April 2015
"Tough conditions."
Maintenance Manager:
It is a tough job with penalties applying if the OEM's are stopped because of our machines, do your job well and try to reduce the pressure applied with the JIT system applying.
May 2015
"The level of paperwork required to do job."
Maintenance Manager:
Research company, find out as much as possible processes of company, ask for specifics. Ask as many questions as possible, ensure PD meets pay grade.
July 2015
"More about programming industrial computers / PLC's."
Maintenance Manager:
Listen and learn from everyone here. You dont know everything!
September 2015
"Make sure you are approriatly compensated."
Maintenance Manager:
Same as above. Do not commit to 24 hrs. On call as a salaried manager.
October 2015
Maintenance Manager:
Pros: Small company, good hours, provided housing.
Cons: Dealing with human and or non human excrement.
October 2015
"Management."
Maintenance Manager:
Pros: Troubleshooting. People. Atmosphere. Challenging. Clean.
Cons: Lack of training in the facility, commute.
October 2015
"To negotiate for higher salary."
Maintenance Manager:
Learn as much as possible in your field broden your horizons. Renegotiate wages on annual bases. Keep up on average salaries for your job title. You will be surprised as to what you are told and what is really paid.