Orange County Metro Area, CA
Originates and develops analysis methods for determining reliability of components, equipment and processes.
Acquires data and analyzes the data.
Prepares diagrams, charts, drawings, calculations, and reports for defining reliability problems and makes recommendations for improvements.
Conducts an analysis of reliability problems and investigates to determine the reliability required for the particular situation considering the cost limitations for equipment up/down time, repair/replacement costs, size, and availability of materials/equipment.
Determines the cost advantages of alternatives for developing action plans to comply with internal/external customer demands for reliable processes/equipment to avoid failures.
Working knowledge of various Maintenance and Reliability processes including- Maintenance work flow (planning, scheduling), Lubrication programs, Vibration analysis, Thermal analysis, Root cause analysis and FMEA, Shutdown/Turnaround planning and effectiveness, Criticality analysis, Weibull analysis.
Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals
Knowledge of Integrated Facilities Management metrics, and computer-based data measurement, collection, and reporting systems.
Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
Experience with CMMS (i.e. Maximo) preferred
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Engineering or Scientific field with 2 years related work experience required.