Maintenance & Reliability Engineer

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Southern Recruiting Solutions, Inc.
FL, United States

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Maintenance & Reliability Engineer


Muscle Shoals, AL 



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  • The Maintenance & Reliability Engineer will manage all areas of mechanical equipment related maintenance not being covered by the Mechanical Integrity program, including on-plant, workshop, inventory, clerical, and planning activities as well as maintaining/improving the necessary documentation (e.g. specifications, equipment documentation).
  • Coordinate plant changes, both equipment and facilities, which require engineering input, which are requested by Maintenance or Production, or other departments. ​​Co-ordinate plant changes, both equipment and process, which improve plant OEE, yields, equipment, reliability, process quality.
  • improve/develop a reliability strategy based on the business needs, to make sure that maintenance, Turnaround and Capital spending is mainly focused on the most relevant equipment and moving towards a proactive approach. This includes identification of the critical spare equipment/spare parts and determination of their inventory parameters, enhancement of the Preventive Maintenance program, e.g. condition-based, as well as development of a plan for asset preservation and rationalization projects in the assigned areas.
  • Analyze maintenance costs and/or repair frequencies and use existing analyses of OEE losses to identify bad actors and develop measures to improve or replace the assets.
  • Lead and participate in cross-functional teams, e.g. Reliability Centered Maintenance, Root Cause Analysis and Six Sigma Teams, Investigations, or Equipment Improvement Teams.
  • Relocation provided. $140K-$160K.

  • The Maintenance & Reliability Engineer will have a BSME and 10+ years experience working in a PSM regulated chemical plant.
  • Solid technical knowledge combined with analytical thinking and process experience to solve process, maintenance, and technical project problems.
  • Experience with rotating equipment.
  • Must be legally eligible to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.