The Reliability Technician is to provide focused analysis and technical direction for plant reliability efforts.
This position has the responsibility of improving plant equipment reliability and is key to achieving availably targets by analyzing equipment data and implementing measures to eliminate failures.
This is accomplished using Pareto analysis, Reliability Teams, Root Cause Analysis, and PM routines development, and leveraging technology within a condition monitoring program.
Ensures that all plant equipment has an equipment maintenance plan on file that matches the expected failure modes.
Leads and manages the Root Cause Analysis process.
Works with the Planner to ensure the technical accuracy of the job plans.
Proactively pursues solutions to problem areas.
Consults with the Maintenance Planner to ensure priorities are properly assigned.
Ensures equipment is properly designed for maintainability with a life cycle cost approach.
Ensures equipment is performing effectively and efficiently.
Establishes and monitors programs for critical equipment analysis and condition monitoring techniques.
Reviews the equipment downtime data to provide focus on problem areas.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Engineering Degree in Engineering or equivalent experience.
Minimum 1-2 years of experience in engineering/continuous improvement.
Understanding of cost drivers within manufacturing and across the supply chain.
Proficient in the explanation and application of improvement tools and techniques.
Knowledge of current and emerging technologies and innovative practices.
Working knowledge of maintenance/operation planning systems and troubleshooting systems.
Strong organization skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Strong leadership/interpersonal skills--ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization.
Strong accountability and follow-up skills.
Proven problem-solving skills.
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