Vibration Analyst III- San Antonio

Job Location US-TX-San Antonio
# of Openings
Internal Allied


The Lead Vibration Analyst III is responsible for providing leadership and communication directly between the Allied Solutions Delivery Manager and the assigned Allied Reliability CBM resources, when not directly responsible for his or her resource assignment with a client. The Vibration Lead is responsible for ensuring all CBM work is completed per the proposal and meets internal standards for quality and delivery.


The Lead is the initial client point of contact and prepares the necessary reports and required audits. The Vibration Team Lead will be accountable for the overall safety of the work environment for the crew, including ensuring compliance with Allied, client, OSHA, and all other applicable standards. The Vibration Lead performs and oversees specific projects and programs as assigned. The Vibration Lead is also expected to be a technical resource to the client and employees, as well as a coach for assigned resources in the troubleshooting of mechanical and electrical equipment, or identifying internal resources that can assist. This includes supporting some clients in the capacity of a Lead Analyst.



Supports clients and employees with the use of SmartCBM (Allied Software).

Oversees and supports the execution of Connected, Regional, and FTE predictive technology services implemented at customer sites, to include Vibration, Infrared Thermography, Motor Circuit Analysis (MCA), Ultrasonics, Oil Management Analysis, and others as applicable.


Education/Certification & Experience Required:

  • At least 5 years field experience and associated knowledge of reliability principles.
  • High school graduate or equivalent. College Degree preferred.
  • The Lead should possess a Vibration certification of at least CAT III
  • The Lead should also possess or have the ability to obtain an ASNT Level 2 Certification in a core technology with Level 1 Certification in 2 other technologies.
  • We provide additional training as needed.

Required Knowledge:

  • Working knowledge of condition monitoring technologies and their integration, including oil analysis, motor current analysis, and ultrasonics.
  • Knowledge of machinery fundamentals, including pumps, motors, gearboxes, blowers, compressors, etc.
  • Detailed knowledge of general mechanical fundamentals, such as fits and tolerances.
  • Knowledge in spectral, time waveform and phase analysis. Working knowledge of other condition monitoring technologies, including oil analysis, thermography, motor current analysis and ultrasonics, and their integration.
  • Proficient in the execution, maintenance, quality of data, and training of SmartCBM, or similar tool.


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