As our Reliability Engineer, you will perform daily reliability engineering techniques, data analysis, improvement projects and defect elimination for underground and surface mobile equipment in an underground hard rock mining operation to keep our production going and our profitability up. You'll start every day organizing, scheduling, and prioritizing work activities to ensure timely completion of projects, programs, and objectives. You will be called upon to coordinate with Mine Operations providing technical support. To thrive in this role, you will develop and improve equipment management strategies using a suite of reliability approaches. You must know how to work independently, identify, and resolve problems in a timely manner.
Here's what you can expect in this role:
•Training first. Every hire is provided MSHA training in the first 4 days on the job. We also provide department-level training on not just what to do, but safety, as well.
•Apply your technical aptitude using root cause analysis in the investigation of failures.
•You will routinely contribute to the planning of realistic production capacity based on the analysis of preventive/predictive maintenance time needs, repair histories, inspection reports, reliability reports and reliability analysis
•Work schedule for engineering department is 4 days on for 10 hours each, followed by 3 days off.
•You will apply value analysis (cost vs. benefit) in making maintenance decisions concerning repair, replacement, or redesign of equipment and systems
•Safety is important. Every piece of equipment and each work area must be inspected before work starts. You will promote and personally observe safety procedures.
•A team you can rely on, a team that will have your back.
Conducts sampling and other operations required to maintain compliant plant performance. Monitoring and adjusting process controls to regulate water treatment systems such as:
•Review equipment datasets, data analysis and data requirements, in order to enable an effective functional analytics process
•Leading root cause analysis investigation of failures
•Developing and improving equipment management strategies using a suite of reliability approaches
•Identifying longer term business improvement opportunities
•Evaluate equipment design improvements
•Coordinate with Operations, Procurement, Maintenance, Project Engineering, OEM's as required
•Support stakeholders with troubleshooting complex problems
•Apply value analysis (cost vs. benefit) in making maintenance decisions concerning repair, replacement, or redesign of equipment and systems
•Provide counsel to Operations and Maintenance groups to assist in continuous improvement in key areas of manpower, materials, methods, machinery, and legal compliance.
•Routinely contribute to the planning of realistic production capacity based on the analysis of preventive/predictive maintenance time needs, repair histories, inspection reports, reliability reports and reliability analysis
•Strong analytic, reporting, and commercial skills
•Other duties may be assigned
The successful candidate will have attained an B.S. in Mechanical or Reliability Engineering or have equivalent experience.
Two to five years' experience in a mechanical or reliability engineering role with a focus on mobile equipment, preferably in a mining application.
Applicants must possess current authorization to work in the United States.