Lead Reliability Engineer 

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Lead Reliability Engineer - New Iberia, Louisiana United States - 11645

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 11645
Title: Lead Reliability Engineer
Job Location: New Iberia, Louisiana - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $70,000.00 - $115,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Yes

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Lead Reliability Engineer 

Summary: The basic function of this role within the Cote Blanche Maintenance Excellence Process is to drive reliability improvements. This involves insuring required data is being captured in CMMS or other designated systems, driving Root Cause Analysis, creating and analyzing Pareto reports, and driving the implementation of cost effective improvements through expense or capital projects as well as driving improvement of operating or maintenance disciplines. The engineer will actively participate in Capital projects to ensure reliable equipment is installed that can efficiently be maintained. Furthermore, this role monitors existing PM/PdM programs and monitors other historical trends or KPI’s for early identification and resolution of reliability issues.

  • Lead Root Cause Failure Analysis efforts for jobs triggered by documented procedures or at the request of unit superintendents.
  • Provide direction to planning on the necessary spare parts required for new/modified equipment installations.
  • Provide input to planning on BOM changes or creation.
  • Monitor PM / PdM plans to insure compliance is maintained or agreement is documented when scheduled PM’s cannot/will not be executed as planned.
  • Leading cross functional group in continuous review of a unit's existing PM/PdM program.
  • Developing specific procedures, programs, and methods to insure unit needs are met and maintained.
  • Insuring frequency and scope of inspections adds value based on failures, findings, and current business environment of the unit.
  • Utilize data from work order history and activity reports, production lost opportunities, and results from PM/ PdM inspections to develop Pareto reports.
  • Perform necessary analysis to identify changes that will provide the most cost effective solution to specific process unit problems.
  • Shepherd the implementation of the identified reliability improvements through operating and maintenance discipline improvements or implementation of plant and capital projects. 
  • Drive the development and resolution of top failure causes identified in Pareto reports. 
  • Seek new technologies as appropriate.

Qualifications

Education and Experience:                         

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably mechanical engineering
  • Minimum 3 years’ maintenance experience dealing with reliability, design, planning, and scheduling (CMMS) and Predictive/Preventive maintenance concepts
  • Leadership and capital project experience in a heavy industrial  production facility would be an asset
  • Experience in leadership and project management, problem solving and creative, strategic thinking and decision making
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal

JOB DESCRIPTION

Lead Reliability Engineer 

Summary: The basic function of this role within the Cote Blanche Maintenance Excellence Process is to drive reliability improvements. This involves insuring required data is being captured in CMMS or other designated systems, driving Root Cause Analysis, creating and analyzing Pareto reports, and driving the implementation of cost effective improvements through expense or capital projects as well as driving improvement of operating or maintenance disciplines. The engineer will actively participate in Capital projects to ensure reliable equipment is installed that can efficiently be maintained. Furthermore, this role monitors existing PM/PdM programs and monitors other historical trends or KPI’s for early identification and resolution of reliability issues.

  • Lead Root Cause Failure Analysis efforts for jobs triggered by documented procedures or at the request of unit superintendents.
  • Provide direction to planning on the necessary spare parts required for new/modified equipment installations.
  • Provide input to planning on BOM changes or creation.
  • Monitor PM / PdM plans to insure compliance is maintained or agreement is documented when scheduled PM’s cannot/will not be executed as planned.
  • Leading cross functional group in continuous review of a unit's existing PM/PdM program.
  • Developing specific procedures, programs, and methods to insure unit needs are met and maintained.
  • Insuring frequency and scope of inspections adds value based on failures, findings, and current business environment of the unit.
  • Utilize data from work order history and activity reports, production lost opportunities, and results from PM/ PdM inspections to develop Pareto reports.
  • Perform necessary analysis to identify changes that will provide the most cost effective solution to specific process unit problems.
  • Shepherd the implementation of the identified reliability improvements through operating and maintenance discipline improvements or implementation of plant and capital projects. 
  • Drive the development and resolution of top failure causes identified in Pareto reports. 
  • Seek new technologies as appropriate.

Qualifications

Education and Experience:                         

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably mechanical engineering
  • Minimum 3 years’ maintenance experience dealing with reliability, design, planning, and scheduling (CMMS) and Predictive/Preventive maintenance concepts
  • Leadership and capital project experience in a heavy industrial  production facility would be an asset
  • Experience in leadership and project management, problem solving and creative, strategic thinking and decision making
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal

QUALIFICATIONS

Lead Reliability Engineer 

Summary: The basic function of this role within the Cote Blanche Maintenance Excellence Process is to drive reliability improvements. This involves insuring required data is being captured in CMMS or other designated systems, driving Root Cause Analysis, creating and analyzing Pareto reports, and driving the implementation of cost effective improvements through expense or capital projects as well as driving improvement of operating or maintenance disciplines. The engineer will actively participate in Capital projects to ensure reliable equipment is installed that can efficiently be maintained. Furthermore, this role monitors existing PM/PdM programs and monitors other historical trends or KPI’s for early identification and resolution of reliability issues.

  • Lead Root Cause Failure Analysis efforts for jobs triggered by documented procedures or at the request of unit superintendents.
  • Provide direction to planning on the necessary spare parts required for new/modified equipment installations.
  • Provide input to planning on BOM changes or creation.
  • Monitor PM / PdM plans to insure compliance is maintained or agreement is documented when scheduled PM’s cannot/will not be executed as planned.
  • Leading cross functional group in continuous review of a unit's existing PM/PdM program.
  • Developing specific procedures, programs, and methods to insure unit needs are met and maintained.
  • Insuring frequency and scope of inspections adds value based on failures, findings, and current business environment of the unit.
  • Utilize data from work order history and activity reports, production lost opportunities, and results from PM/ PdM inspections to develop Pareto reports.
  • Perform necessary analysis to identify changes that will provide the most cost effective solution to specific process unit problems.
  • Shepherd the implementation of the identified reliability improvements through operating and maintenance discipline improvements or implementation of plant and capital projects. 
  • Drive the development and resolution of top failure causes identified in Pareto reports. 
  • Seek new technologies as appropriate.

Qualifications

Education and Experience:                         

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, preferably mechanical engineering
  • Minimum 3 years’ maintenance experience dealing with reliability, design, planning, and scheduling (CMMS) and Predictive/Preventive maintenance concepts
  • Leadership and capital project experience in a heavy industrial  production facility would be an asset
  • Experience in leadership and project management, problem solving and creative, strategic thinking and decision making
  • Excellent communication skills, written and verbal