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Reliability Engineer I

Job Description and Requirements
  • Achieve AC and AMR business objectives.
  • Facilitate in the implementation of the RCI process to include application of the cause- and-effect methodology in all areas where reliability opportunities are identified and where the RCI triggers are met.
  • Develop and maintain a model that identifies the unit operations, equipment, process and value of opportunities for improvement. (i.e., the TICA Evaluation model, RCM or as complicated as a detailed SPAR model).
  • Evaluate and quantify the impact projects such as equipment reconfigurations, design changes, equipment quality, etc., to enable to meet customer needs.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of individual aspects of the PPM program by showing quantitatively the impact of failures and PPM.
  • Utilize asset and analyze cost data to develop and prioritize a list of reliability opportunities.
  • Evaluate/validate the impact of corrective actions that impact availability/reliability and leverage solutions across a business or site, if appropriate.
  • Provide reliability input to project methodology activities and participate in FEL and VIP activities as appropriate; Process Simplification, Value Engineering, Maintenance Strategy, Reliability Modelling, etc.
  • Use reliability engineering principles and tools (Weibull, RCI, and FMEA) to increase AC and AMR.
  • Participate in plant health study and efforts to implement corrective action to maintain or improve plant health.
  • Apply long-term cost of ownership and reliability engineering principles in conjunction with the discipline teams and technical resource networks to design reliability into purchasing requirements.
  • Use long-term cost of ownership and reliability engineering principles to optimize spare parts stock levels in conjunction with the MRO function, Discipline Activity Specialists.
  • Provide equipment reliability and performance data to the technical resource networks for evaluation of equipment performance, vendor performance, and modifications to MET Level
  • Develop and implement operating discipline to improve reliability and participate in reliability network activities.
  • Utilize Six Sigma tools and methodologies to improve reliability and assist the PPM Coordinator in setting up the PPM program.
  • Ensure that all principles, procedures and practices strictly comply with EH&S guidelines, regulatory and permit requirements.
  • Perform any job-related activities as requested by the immediate supervisor / manager.

Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering 

11 Years