Mechanical CBM Subject Matter Expert

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Regular Full-Time


Allied Reliability Group is currently seeking a Mechanical Conditioned Based Monitoring (CBM) Subject Matter Expert. This position will require travel and will be based out of the employee's home office.


  • This position requires approximately 70% travel supporting internal management, sales activities, and client engagements.
  • The Multi-Discipline CBM Subject Matter Expert provides support for all technical deliverables with a strong focus on project and personnel management.
  • It is vital that this individual have not only a strong technical background (Mechanical, Lubrication, Oil, and Electrical) but also exemplify strong leadership qualities such that managing deliverables and client engagements are transparent. A high degree of management skill sets are required as with expected growth for many of our deliverables such individuals are needed that require direction and not day to day oversight.
  • This individual needs to be dynamic and capable of delivering training material in a pragmatic manner while working in a coaching & mentoring atmosphere. Sales support through conference calls, Webex sessions, and face to face meetings will be required. This role will also be utilized to provide internal coaching and mentoring both live and through Webex sessions.



  • Bachelor Degree- preferably in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Physics, Mathematics, Business or related fields; may be waived if demonstrated capabilities clearly indicate expertise.
  • Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) or ability to obtain within first year of employment.
  • Vibration Analysis ASNT Level II or III.
  • Lubrication MLT Level 2, preferred.
  • Lubrication MLA Level 1 or 2.
  • IR Level 1 or 2.
  • Airborne Ultrasound Level 1 or 2.
  • RCM & RCA Training and Experience.
  • Project Management Training and/or Certification (PMP), preferred.





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