to £36k + car + benefits
Description: Senior and experienced RCM Engineer required for globally renowned condition based maintenance oil analysis client.
Our client specialise in the provision of condition monitoring and reliability services within a diverse range of manufacturing environments, and as a result of continued success and a planned programme of strategic growth, are now seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and highly self-motivated Reliability Engineer to complement the activities of an established and successful team. With a prestigious HO based in Nottinghamshire and customer sites based throughout the UK, they enhance the effectiveness of clients’ maintenance organisations and departments through the development and implementation of various reliability strategies and techniques.
As a core part of the role, the successful candidate will demonstrate experience in predictive maintenance techniques including Ultrasound, Thermography, Vibration, and Oil analysis and to show the benefits you have achieved using these methods. You will be tasked with undertaking the analysis of equipment performance, failure data, and corrective maintenance history to develop and deploy engineering solutions, improved maintenance strategies, preventative maintenance optimisation, and other reliability techniques and ensuring that the Reliability Process is established and maintained. Additionally you will provide training and coaching in both Root Cause and Reliability Analysis and will take ownership for on-going corrective action tracking, implementation and follow up to ensure that all Root Cause analysis projects are documented.
You will possess a good understanding for the work order documentation in the CMMS to support a robust reliability and failure analysis effort (including monitoring closed work orders and providing training/coaching to the team), and will develop relationships with appropriate suppliers and customer technical resources to document best practice in the creation of robust PM, PdM and OPM tasks, whilst engaging customer technical resources, supply chain personnel, and key suppliers to develop and document robust critical spare parts lists, while striving to achieve best life cycle cost of ownership. Additionally you will provide leadership in conducting or arranging for the training of maintenance tasks, techniques, technologies, and concepts for maintenance technicians and support staff, so previous supervisory experience will be distinctly advantageous, as will proven success in previously supporting new business assessment and start-up programs.
To be considered for this varied and extremely challenging and rewarding role, it is envisaged that you will be Degree educated or equivalent in a technical field and possess relevant experience. You will be able to demonstrate knowledge of reliability principles and experience of Lean and Six Sigma methodologies as well as excellent communication skills and previous project management experience, and familiarity with CMMS, MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook are also required along with a full UK Driving License as customer and site visits will be required and a company car will be provided along with medical health insurance. You will be expected to stay overnight, where applicable and home based working will be considered.