A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
The ideal candidate will possess: problem solving, decision-making and organizational skills. Can work independently & manage multiple tasks. Good interpersonal communication skills, such as advising, recommending & exchanging information. This person will also have demonstrated analytical skills, innovative thinking, team work, communication, accountability and strategic thinking.
- Facilitate development and on-going completion of equipment maintenance strategies.
- Facilitate formal Root-Cause Analysis for failure elimination of bad actors.
- Provide reliability expertise during design and implementation of new assets.
- Develop and maintain metrics with tracking and reporting systems.
- Knowledge and effective utilization of available predictive maintenance tools.
- Provide technical support to maintenance for precision repair.
What You Will Need:
- Bachelor's degree or higher
- 5 or more years of reliability engineering experience with practical experience working on reliability systems within a manufacturing, industrial or military environment
- Experience with root-cause analysis and problem solving
- Experience using Microsoft Office tools such as Word, Excel, and Outlook
What Will Put You Ahead?
- Bachelor’s degree or higher Engineering
- 10 or more years of reliability engineering experience in manufacturing, industrial or military environment
- Experience with pulp and paper manufacturing technology and systems
- Experience in predictive and preventive maintenance and developing asset strategies
- Experience in coaching and developing others on Reliability principles