What you will do…
As a reliability engineer you will guide efforts to ensure the reliability and maintainability of equipment, processes, utilities, facilities, controls and safety/security systems. You will also identify and manage asset reliability risks that could adversely affect plant or business operations. This broad primary role includes loss elimination, risk management and life cycle asset management.
Keys to your success…
- Work with project engineering to ensure the reliability and maintainability of new and modified installations.
- Create and adhere to life cycle asset management (LCAM) processes throughout the entire life cycle of new assets
- Participate in the development of design and installation specifications, commissioning plans, acceptance and inspection criteria for equipment and technical MRO suppliers and technical maintenance service providers
- Participates in the final check-out of new installations, including factory and site acceptance testing that will assure adherence to functional specifications
- Systematically define, design, develop, monitor and refine an asset maintenance plan that includes value-added preventive maintenance tasks, utilization of predictive and other non-destructive testing methodologies and critical spare part analysis
- Professionally and systematically define, design, develop, monitor and refine and Asset Operating Plan that will provide standardized processes and procedures for proper operation and future operator care of production, utility and ancillary assets.
- Professionally and systematically define, design, develop, monitor and refine a Risk Management Plan that will anticipate reliability-related, non-reliability-related risks that could adversely impact plant.
- Develop engineering solutions to repetitive failures and all other problems that adversely affect plant operations. These problems include capacity, quality, cost or regulatory compliance issues
- Professionally and systematically define, design, develop, monitor and refine maintenance programs for existing equipment and new installations including lubrication, thermography, vibration and condition based monitoring
- Perform analyses of assets utilization, overall equipment effectiveness, and remaining useful life, cost of goods sold and other parameters that define operating condition, reliability and costs of assets
- Develop training presentation, guidelines, qualification records, and other material to facilitate training on Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) practices
- Training and leading cross-functional continuous improvement teams; focusing on measurable quality, service and cost improvements; mentor other individuals
- Ability to plan, prioritize, and review the technical plans for the improvement of production and facility equipment.