Equipment Reliability Engineer
About Us. A valued and trusted partner to the world’s leading companies. We are committed to service excellence through our talented people who are empowered to be innovative and best in class. Location. Based at Ireland’s southwest coast, Cork is home to a large university with pharmaceutical and medical device hubs across the county. From sports, culture and activities Cork has so much to offer! Join us and work with us to deliver the excellent service we are renowned for with our clients. Be part of something great. Purpose of Role: The role of the Reliability Engineer is to provide and/or improve asset/capacity reliability through technical support of the maintenance function and thereby optimization of the Preventive/Predictive Maintenance Process. Responsibilities. The Reliability Specialist will operate within the Engineering Centre of Excellence and will work closely will colleagues within Production Team. You will provide expert advice on improving equipment reliability and will act in a consultative fashion to assisting with equipment repeat issues. Develops engineering solutions to repetitive failures and other maintenance problems. Identifies and corrects chronic, repetitive and costly equipment problems. Analysis of Equipment History to assure effectiveness of all maintenance efforts. Drives Preventative Maintenance program such as vibration, thermography and other predictive analyses and interpretation of results. Reduces and improves maintenance work wherever feasible; assuring efficient and reliable operation of plant, process and equipment while protecting and prolonging the economic life of plant assets at optimal cost. Looks outside of the site to engage with other sites and industries to improve equipment reliability by implementing solutions. Remains abreast of and applies advancing maintenance technology as applicable. Coordinates with planner/scheduler to ensure that PM/PdM services and inspections are scheduled and performed when due, and that resultant corrective work is promptly performed. Engages with craft teams to understand root causes of repeated equipment failures. Professionally and systematically defines, designs, develops, monitors and refines the preventive/predictive maintenance process in pursuit of optimization and minimal failure rate. Works with Project Engineering to ensure the maintainability of new and modified installations. Ensure all equipment required for annual statutory inspections/certification is included within the site asset register. Review equipment reports from statuary inspections and take ownership for implementing corrective actions. Use Lean principles across all technical aspects of the process, by deploying tools and automation principles, to deliver a cost efficient operating model for commercial production. Requirements. Degree Qualified (Engineering / Technical. 3+ Yrs working in a similar role. Good Written and verbal communication skills. Identify key stakeholders and develop a relationship of trust. Interact with above site personnel to understand changes and promote the site. Solid engineering acumen. Demonstrated capability to communicate effectively across multiple teams. Solid business acumen. Knowledge of Trackwise. Benefits. Life Assurance. Pension Contribution. Training & Educational Assistance (Engineers Ireland CPD Members. Healthcare Contribution. Annual GP Check-Up. Extra Annual Leave. Healthcare Screening. Not ready to apply, or have some questions? Call our Talent Specialist’s on +3537191-69783 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help! LotusWorks is proud to be listed in the Best workplaces 2017. Empowering talent we care about for over 29 years. LotusWorks is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
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