MaintenanceReliability Engineer

Reliability Engineers work toward the solution of maintenance problems and inefficiencies.

Reliability Engineer

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Do you like working with machinery and equipment? Is finding out how machines can function better fun and interesting for you? You may enjoy a career as a Reliability Engineer. You'll make sure that every piece of equipment is working efficiently and safely, and that machines are up to various standards and codes.

You'll make recommendations to Production and Operations for equipment repairs or replacement. Your expertise will allow you to provide technical advice to Mechanical Engineering and maintenance employees. Another important part of your job will be to develop maintenance projects based on the problems you see.

Using your expertise, you'll perform reliability studies on equipment and determine solutions. Part of your job will be to review and provide technical input into projects, particularly in the review of plans and specifications in mechanical design and maintenance of facilities.

Critical Skills

  • Analytical Thinking
  • Comprehend Technical Drawings and Other Visual Instructions
  • Create Solutions to Complex Problems
  • Engineering Principles
  • Manage Multiple Tasks and Timelines
  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Project Management
  • Systems Analysis and Evaluation
  • Understanding of Regulatory Requirements

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide mechanical engineering consultation
  • Monitor installation or modifications to facilities and provide technical guidance during installation
  • Maintain and improve mechanical reliability program
  • Work with reliability technicians to monitor conditions
  • Provide training as needed
  • Develop procedures as needed for reliability and mechanical integrity
  • Work with unit inspectors inspection recommendations
  • Follow all health and safety policies and guidelines

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Salary: $45-55/hour


My Interests
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Having Independence

Managing People

Teaching

Improving Processes

Learning & Growing

Working with Data

Physical Activity

Writing Reports and Documentation

Caring for the Environment

Managing Things

Quiet Work Place

Avoiding Risk

Avoiding Stress

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Required Education

Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering

Preferred Education

Lean Six Sigma certification preferred


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