Reliability Engineer

Location: Sheffield, MA
Date Posted: 05-01-2018
The incumbent in this role will oversee Predictive Maintenance Programs (i.e. Oil Vibro & Thermal Imaging Analysis). 
 
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for creating and changing Maintenance Plans
  • Oversee overall Asset Management Strategy for the site
  • Responsible for maintaining Site Equipment Records
  • Assist in the training of Maintenance Personnel
  • Responsible for Maintenance Benchmarking vs. industry and other Sheet Sites
  • Lead Total Productive Maintenance Work Package as part of Site Wide LEAN initiative
  • Represent the Reliability Department under the Global and Regional Best Practice Exchange Team
  • Root Cause Analysis Lead Resource for equipment failures 
  • Lead Spare Parts Rationalization Process
  • Responsible for the Development and Implementation of Notification Based Reliability Plans
  • Responsible for the Development & Implementation of Cost Savings Initiatives
  • Lead Role in Equipment & Parts Standardization
  • Participate in Technical Exchanges
  • Support overall Capital and Expense Budget Development and Implementation 
  • Lead Role in Designing and Implementing Preventive Maintenance Program & identifying and closing existing gaps
 WHO YOU ARE
Minimum Requirements
  • BS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or Related degree with +5 years of experience or MS in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or Related degree with +3 years of experience in Maintenance Reliability
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent Troubleshooting, Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
 Candidate Must Have:
  • Bachelor's degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
  • 5 years of experience in Maintenance Reliability
For immediate consideration, please submit a recent resume in MS Word format in addition to a brief cover letter with salary requirements,  
 
 
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