Maintenance Supervisor | 1st Shift | Coon Rapids

Maintenance Supervisor – Lexington Manufacturing – Coon Rapids, MN

1st shift: Monday-Friday

Lexington is a highly successful business that emphasizes our values of Safety, Honesty/Integrity, People Involvement, Customer Satisfaction, and Continuous Improvement. People who work for Lexington say they love the family-like atmosphere and our focused approach to work/family balance.


  • Supervises maintenance department personnel by managing work-loads and schedules to ensure on time completion of maintenance work orders and projects. Monitor quality of work performed.
  • Determine actions required to repair equipment failures in a time frame that meets customer needs. Facilitate and oversee these actions to completion.
  • Lead and support continuous improvement projects by contributing ideas and maintenance staff to improve safety, quality and productivity.
  • May perform a variety of maintenance duties which requires a high degree of technical ability and or are complex in nature. Responsibilities may include, but not limited to, installation, modification, maintenance and repair of a variety of production machines/equipment/tools and building maintenance.
  • Evaluates employee performance and perform yearly reviews. Responsible for hiring decisions along with enforcing disciplinary action when necessary.
  • Ensures employees are trained in complex maintenance activities and are following procedures as required.
  • Supervises and coordinates all maintenance activities internal and external to include but not limited to the equipment, facility and grounds.
  • Purchases replacement parts required for all machines and equipment. Maintains backup parts on critical machines to minimize the potential for machine downtime.
  • Create specifications and manage scheduling for outside contractors, negotiating prices and inspect contractor’s work to ensure that work practices and operating procedures are followed.
  • Plans, develops and implements preventative maintenance programs and reports adherence to these procedures to management.
  • Develops and enforces policies and procedures as they pertain to maintenance responsibilities.
  • Assists employees in diagnosing malfunctions or trouble shooting equipment issues.
  • Communicates any concerns or delays regarding equipment performance to the applicable parties.
  • Manages maintenance utility systems, to include but not limited to, heat, electric power, gas or air as required for operations.
  • Keep abreast of changes to maintenance techniques, equipment, processes that could improve the company operations.
  • Utilize 5S concepts to insure work areas and storage areas are maintained clean and organized.


  • Two- year related technical degree
  • Minimum of 5 years of maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Previous experience directly repairing CNC equipment, experience working with SHODA equipment.
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and experience with mechanical, pneumatics, hydraulics, machining, welding, electrical, plumbing and building maintenance experience preferred.
  • Must have demonstrated ability to use all types of hand tools, power tools and measuring devices.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as maintenance instructions, manuals, prints, mechanical blueprints and electrical/pneumatic schematics
  • Leadership skills and supervisor experience required

Lexington Manufacturing has 35 years of experience manufacturing a multitude of engineered components for windows, doors, and other millwork and related industries, as well as fire-rated door components for the commercial and residential door industry. Lexington was established in 1981 and has facilities in Brainerd and Coon Rapids

Job Type: Full-time


  • Repairing CNC equipment: 2 years (Preferred)
  • Hydraulics: 2 years (Preferred)
  • Maintenance Supervisor: 2 years (Preferred)
  • Manufacturing: 2 years (Preferred)
  • Pneumatics: 2 years (Preferred)


  • Associate (Preferred)


  • Driver’s (Preferred)


  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off

Pay Frequency:

  • Bi weekly or Twice monthly

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Beliefs & Philosophies

“Building Relationships, Creating Solutions, Delivering Value.”

Lexington Manufacturing is dedicated to providing our customers with innovative, market-leading products that are delivered with integrity and value. Our commitment to service and quality is proven — by providing innovative solutions, quality products and short lead times since our company was founded in 1981.

Lexington is fully dedicated to the safe work practices of our associates and visitors alike. We firmly believe that everyone’s safety is essential. With this belief we will work under safe conditions and forever seek continuous improvement practices.

Lexington management is committed to operating its business in a manner which reflects the highest levels of personal and professional ethics. We treat coworkers, customers, and suppliers with respect, fairness and honesty.

Lexington is committed to the fact that our customer relationships are the cornerstone of our future. It is absolutely necessary to understand our customers need for product quality and service. Once a commitment is made to a customer, every effort must be made to fulfill that obligation.

We believe that through the application of lean methods and progressive management of our people, technological, and financial resources we will achieve continuous improvement of our service for our customers, long term security for our employees, and continued growth and profitability for our company.

We believe that employees are Lexington’s most important resource. Employees should take an active part in setting their own goals, carefully balancing family and work commitments. Employees’ participation on productivity teams lends to an environment that fosters change, creates opportunity for growth and encourages teamwork and employee involvement.

We believe in a minimum number of management levels and that responsibility should be pushed down as far into the organization as possible. Simple, efficient systems and company wide open communication will promote good morale and support the company vision.