Turlock, CA US
$85,000 - $100,000 + bonus
Job Title: Mechanical Reliability Engineer
- Reliability Analysis: Conduct reliability analysis on mechanical systems, identifying potential failure modes, and developing strategies to mitigate them.
- Preventive Maintenance: Develop and implement preventive maintenance programs for mechanical equipment to minimize downtime and ensure optimal performance.
- Root Cause Analysis: Investigate equipment failures, conduct root cause analysis, and implement corrective actions to prevent recurrence.
- Data Analysis: Analyze data from various sources, including sensors and maintenance records, to make data-driven decisions and improvements.
- Engineering Solutions: Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop engineering solutions that enhance the reliability and performance of mechanical systems.
- Risk Assessment: Perform risk assessments to prioritize maintenance and reliability efforts, ensuring resources are allocated effectively.
- Documentation: Maintain detailed documentation of maintenance and reliability activities, including reports, records, and procedures.
- Continuous Improvement: Continuously monitor and evaluate equipment performance, seeking opportunities for optimization and efficiency improvements.
- Compliance: Ensure that all maintenance and reliability activities comply with safety, environmental, and regulatory standards.
- Training: Provide training and support to maintenance teams and operators to enhance their understanding of reliability best practices.
- Cost Management: Manage budgets and resources effectively to achieve reliability and maintenance goals within cost constraints.
- Hands-On Involvement: Be actively involved in hands-on mechanical and reliability engineering tasks as needed to troubleshoot and resolve issues.
This role requires a combination of technical expertise in mechanical engineering, a systematic approach to reliability analysis, and the ability to work collaboratively with different teams within a manufacturing environment. The successful candidate should have a proactive mindset focused on improving equipment reliability and minimizing downtime.
- Education: A minimum of a 4-year degree in a relevant engineering field, such as Mechanical Engineering or a related discipline.
- Experience: A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in mechanical reliability engineering or a related field.
- Manufacturing Experience: Prior experience in manufacturing is required, indicating a familiarity with the manufacturing processes and equipment.
- Mindset: Seeking an individual with an engineering-based mindset, emphasizing a problem-solving approach.
Mechanical/Reliability Engineer - Turlock, CA