The Maintenance Engineer leads mechanical/electrical engineering support of plant issues that are impacting production over a short period of time. Acts as the technical expert responsible for resolving equipment based or repair technique-based issues, which impact the availability and maintainability of the facility. Serves as subject matter expert in equipment failures and repair techniques during root cause investigations. Provides input to MIQA process. Performs regular field assessments of equipment.
- BS Engineering discipline required
- 2-5 years of manufacturing or related experience required
- Develops Maintenance Procedure Use Policy: 1) Performs technical reviews of procedures; 2) Serves as a technical resource during procedure creation and review; 3) Creates and reviews job procedures and checklists, and initiates procedure Management of Change work process (MOC).
- Serves as a subject matter expert in equipment failures and repair techniques during root cause investigations.
- Delivers maintenance input into project activities and acts as maintenance representative for capital projects.
- Develops turnaround scopes and supports turnaround activities.
- Collaborates with Subject Matter Experts to develop work scopes and drive solutions.
- Delivers input to the Reliability Top Opportunity List.
- Provides input to Mechanical Integrity Quality Assurance (MIQA) process.
- Performs regular field assessments of equipment.
CAPABILITIES REQUIRED FOR THIS ROLE (KNOWLEDGE SKILLS & ABILITIES):
- Skilled in creating/reviewing technical procedures (Standard Practice, Standard Operating Procedures)
- SAP working knowledge for Bill of Materials improvement
- Risk assessment principles
- Maintenance (cost, asset utilization and) goal alignment
- Global Maintenance Work Process (GMWP) and reliability network
- Defining scope of work
- Root cause analysis (rca)
- Maintenance information systems
- Economic evaluation tools
- Reliability Engineering Principles (ex. Statistical analysis, reliability modeling)
BEHAVIORS REQUIRED FOR THIS ROLE:
- Intellectual curiosity – Proactively investing time and energy into learning more and personally developing, in the interest of improving yourself and delivering better results
- Functional skills – The specific skills and experiences needed to deliver and accelerate in your current role and throughout your career
- Resilient – Does not fall to pieces at the first “blow” or failure; stays focused during organizational turmoil; handles pressure and does not take things personally
- Actively listening – Knows what she/he doesn’t know; welcomes input from others; takes time to clearly understand and respond; allows people the time to express their point; open to influence