Reliability Engineer

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POST DATE 9/8/2016
END DATE 10/8/2016

Confidential Company Portland, OR

Company
Confidential Company
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
29679562
AJE Ref #
576121404
Location
Portland, OR
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
Education
Bachelors Degree

JOB DESCRIPTION

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In this role, the selected candidate will support the Regional Reliability and Maintenance team by establishing a culture of safety in working and in the execution of all aspects of the teams role requirements. Our client, a leading Industrial Gas company, is currently seeking Reliability Engineers to join their team in the Portland OR and Houston TX. This individual will undertake maintenance and reliability services that ensure that all plants within the region are capable and effectively managed for safety, reliability, and efficiency in compliance. A great company, decent compensation and excellent benefits make this a very compelling opportunity for individuals that want to progress in their career. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Supports the Head of Supply in achieving key outcomes in safety, reliability, efficiency, cost and customer serviceSupports the Regional Reliability and Maintenance team by establishing a culture of safety in working and in the execution of all aspects of the teams role requirementsActively managing the region Condition Monitoring Program for effectiveness and efficiency. Ensures follow-up of CBM trends and findings to assure a proactive response is executed prior to failureReviews region Preventive Maintenance activities and makes changes as needed to improve effectiveness and efficiency. Leads or supports root cause analysis and ensures timely action item closureEnsures compliance with all safety, health, environmental and quality standards within the regionEvaluates plant performance and efficiencies across the regionDevelops an understanding of basic plant operational management in terms of process, budgeting, reliability, maintenance and personnel managementDevelops an understanding of the various types of equipment found in process plants such as compressors, pumps, electrical systems, process control and instrumentation, piping and vessels and heat exchangersAs assigned by the Regional Reliability and MaintenanceManager, performsengineering andmanagerial functions that could include:Conduct Training sessions on Process Operations for Technician at various plant locationsDevelop and Implement Equipment Specific Reliability Improvement plansLoss prevention, safety and quality managementContinuous operational performance improvement managementRepresent the plant and/or region for turnarounds, commissioning, projects and general business meetings and eventsSupports the effort for continuous improvement through GAP and Six Sigma programsWorks with the ROC to execute improvement projects and initiatives identified to drive performance and close performance gapsLeads and executes programs and projects within each area in support of high performance supply chain operations and continuous improvement within the regionEnsures that applicable material procurement and control processes are consistent with Linde Group standards for corporate governanceBASIC QUALIFICATIONS:BachelorDegree Mechanical or Electrical Engineering preferredMinimum of 5years' experience in an operational and engineering environmentPREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:Interpersonal skills:Possesses strong communications skillsDemonstrated ability to work cohesively in a team environment or independently as requiredDemonstrated ability to challenge the status quo and improve existing processes/programsManagerial skills:Knowledgeable in plant operations. Can effectively identify and evaluate technical and business process opportunities and translate to financial terms to support investment and business case developmentContinuous improvement drive and ability to implement change in a geographically diverse organization. Relentless drive to challenge the status quo.Management by influence experience delivering results in a highly matrixed organization and the ability to influence others to deliver results.Self-starter with the ability to manage multiple activities and achieve results with minimal supervisionExcellent oral and written communication skills Demonstrated exceptional operational safety leadership.Knowledge of root cause analysis, cause and effect or FMEA methodologiesKnowledge of predictive maintenance methodologies and technologiesProven understanding of regulatory and industry standards and codesAir separation experience and knowledge preferred.Six Sigma qualifications a plus