As a Mechanical Reliability Engineer, a typical day might include, but is not limited to, the following:
Leading reliability improvements to identify opportunities in advance to support planned and predictive replacement vs reactive replacement using existing & developing technologies
Providing support, direction and subject matter expertise on Mechanical Reliability issues
Producing and implementing the site reliability policies for all equipment and systems, ensuring all planned routines are correctly specified and critical spares are available to allow the maintenance team to effectively complete tasks
Conducting troubleshooting for complex issues with plant equipment issues and associated systems, identifying and recommending corrective actions
Analyzing equipment failure data to identify patterns and trends
Leading engineering Root cause analysis and implementation of long-term engineering solutions to prevent reoccurrences, manage KPI’s such as Run Hours, Mean Time Between Failure (MBTF) and Cost to repair of equipment and systems
Supplying reliability status monthly reporting figures, analyses trends and developing improvement projects to address the issues of concern, making continuous improvement
Leading reliability initiatives through improvement such as Failure Modes, Effects & Criticality Analysis (FMECA) to identify opportunities to advance planned and predictive replacement & condition-based monitoring vs reactive replacement using existing & developing technologies
Leading the development & contribute as SME to ensure site maintenance procedures are in line with Global Engineering Standards & Engineering Best Practices
Interpreting P&IDs, equipment/system layouts, wiring diagrams and specifications in planning and performing maintenance and repairs
Evaluating new mechanical equipment for Functional Equivalence to existing equipment that has become obsolete
Writing and executing test plans and technical evaluations to demonstrate instrument suitability for change control documentation
Supervising engineering contractors
Maintaining company reputation by enforcing compliance with regulatory bodies and international standards
To be considered for this opportunity you should have Level 8 or higher in Mechanical engineering or equivalent with 3+ years of experience in engineering preferred. Direct experience with biopharmaceutical process equipment is preferred.
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