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Reliability Engineer - MIQA PSM MRO QC TPM - Savannah area, IL

Reliability Engineer
Company Work Location: Savannah area, IL
Candidates must have Green card or US Citizens ONLY

Experienced Reliability Engineer is required having Strong understanding of maintenance and reliability best practices, rotating equipment and alignment techniques, materials science, lubrication, tribology;

Responsibilities:
Providing technical expertise on all matters of reliability engineering for process equipment (mechanical, electrical, and instrument / control equipment);
QC management (MRO materials), QA systems onsite;
Maintenance training;
Supplier auditing;
Providing assistance on inspection and repair strategies and plans, particularly during shutdowns Performing reliability studies on existing equipment;
Recommending needed improvements to management in the areas of equipment philosophies, strategies and best practices for asset productivity;
Ensuring the site MIQA systems, and acts as custodian of Plant Standard on MIQA;
PSM Audits, MI and QA elements;
EDUCATION:
4-year degree in Engineering.
REQUIRED SKILLS:
8+ years of reliability work experience and training in the refining/petrochemical industry, specifically the MI element for product refining to sugar;
Total Productive Maintenance TPM;
Total Equipment Effectiveness, Uptime;
Equipment Life Cycle Cost.
Site Management experience preferred;
Strong understanding of maintenance and reliability best practices, rotating equipment and alignment techniques, materials science, lubrication, tribology;
Predictive techniques for fixed, rotating, power distribution equipment and instrumentation, vibration analysis, nondestructive testing, thermographs, etc.;

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