• Electrical Reliability Engineer

    Job Location US-FL-Riverview
    ID
    2018-4451
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Manufacturing
    Type
    Direct Hire
  • Overview

    Are you our next Electrical Reliability Engineer- (II or III)?

    We are currently seeking a Electrical Reliability Engineer (II or III) for our Riverview, FL location. The position provides Electrical/Instrumentation/Automation (EIA) technical guidance and support to implement asset reliability improvements across a Phosphate operating site. 

    Responsibilities

    What will you do? 

    • Collaborate with Maintenance/Reliability Superintendents and other peers, both onsite and across the BU, to develop reliability improvement asset strategies, pursue consistency across the site, share best practices and experiences.  Deploy and execute asset strategies.  Monitor results to continually refine and improve asset strategies
    • Mine data from all available sources (OIS, reliability, PCMS, Maximo, etc.) to identify reliability improvement opportunities and develop corrective actions focused on delivering OEE improvement and cost reduction.  Utilize Root Cause Analysis processes to review significant failures, identify corrective action to prevent re-occurrence and refine asset strategy to sustain improvement.
    • Identifies deficiencies in maintenance processes and develop sustainable improvement.  Applies and optimizes PM/PdM activities to drive improvement in asset mean time between failures (including EIA inspection and procedure development).
    • Provides calibrated, prioritized asset assessments that support 5 year capital financial planning
    • Develop subject matter expertise of fundamental reliability concepts and skills. Develop operations process knowledge required for effective troubleshooting and problem solving.
    • Seize opportunity to build environmental, health and safety improvements into equipment asset strategies.  Be a role model to others in exceeding expectations of EHS policies and procedures.
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Responsible for conducting audits and inspections
    • Reviews and authorizes work permits

     

     

     

    What do you need for this role?

    • Bachelor Degree Engineering  Discipline; preferably in Electrical Engineering

     

    Engineer II

    • 2+ years of related experience in high voltage power distribution systems, advanced instrumentation and process automation knowledge is required
    • Strong knowledge of reliability and maintenance processes
    • Experience leading teams and facilitating groups

     

    Engineer III

    • 5+ years or more of related experience in high voltage power distribution systems, advanced instrumentation and process automation knowledge is required
    • Strong knowledge of reliability and maintenance processes
    • Experience leading teams and facilitating groups
    • Demonstrated leadership skills and experience

    Qualifications

    Required for ALL Levels:

    • MS Office products, CMMS (or similar software) experience
    • Excellent written and communication skills and ability to interface with all levels of management
    • Facilitation experience with RCA, FMEA, and RCM
    • Strong knowledge of Predictive Technologies (vibration, IR, UE, MCA, Oil analysis)
    • Development experience with PM procedures

     

    Preferred for ALL Levels:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering
    • Must demonstrate ability to influence others; requires strong leadership qualities, teamwork and problem solving/decision making qualities
    • Chemical processing and mining experience
    • OIS, Maximo, Minitab experience
    • Knowledge of PLC and DCS systems
    • Facilitation experience with RCM and FMEA
    • CMRP (SMRP certified maintenance reliability professional), CRE(ASQ certified reliability engineer), CRL (AMP certified reliability leader), CSSBB (ASQ certified six sigma black belt)
    • Licensed Professional Engineer

     

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