Reliability Coordinator

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Location
Beaumont, TX
Salary
$95,000 - $120,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Degree
Bachelor of Science
Date
May 09, 2018
Job ID
2595995
JOB PURPOSE  
 
The Reliability Centered Coordinator oversees the reliability center systems to achieve overall system objectives which include: Managing risk with respect to asset availability and productivity; leads investigation analysis around failure elimination; and provides feedback with respect to expenditure and outage scopes.  
 
DIMENSIONS
 
Scope of Operations: Leads multiple facets of the organization with respect to reliability.  Identifies reliability or mechanical improvements and/or opportunities within the ~$45M maintenance budget, ~10M capital budget and ~$10M Turnaround budget for the Beaumont site.    
 
Key Interfaces: Maintenance & Reliability Manager, Project Engineers, Reliability Engineers, Maintenance Planners, Maintenance Scheduler, Maintenance Supervisors, Operations Department, and EHS Department
 
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
  • Facilitates the reliability work process imbedded in Reliability Centered Operations
  • Manages lifecycle perspective for the various systems and equipment within the Reliability Center
  • Coordinates the participation of all available resources (facility, corporate, company) to effectively leverage in reliability strategy development, root cause analysis and failure elimination
  • Oversee the implementation of the RCFA program for activity within the Reliability Center, including proper categorization, timely completion and implementation
  • Oversee the development of CPRL’s and facility Performance with respect to reliability limits
  • Confirm proper completion of PM and other proactive activity and review the results to identify potential failures
  • Establish SME and other resources priorities with respect to reliability activity
  • Constantly maintain awareness of at-risk equipment, potential business interrupters and overall performance risk profiles
  • Provide review for all jobs and job plans prior to execution to maximize lifecycle performance and reliability goals
  • Provide final shutdown/TA scope approval to ensure effective lifecycle performance
  • Build equipment strategies through effective leverage of all available resources and progress
  • Ensure that all jobs on the weekly and daily schedule are meeting the minimum requirements for readiness
  • Maintain ownership of facility backlog
  • Effectively track schedule adherence/compliance and resource utilization.  Lead status update meetings as required 
SPECIAL FEATURES
  • Mechanical Engineer, with technical training, or similar proven capability
  • Proven computer skills (MS Office, CMMS)
  • Analytical troubleshooting capabilities
  • Comprehensive understanding of Vibration Analysis, Thermography & Oil Analysis
KNOWLEDGE/ EXPERIENCE/SKILLS 
  • Strong foundational knowledge of mechanical systems.  B.S. in Mechanical Engineering is required.
  • Knowledge of accepted Maintenance and Reliability best practices.  Certification as a Maintenance and Reliability Professional or Certified Reliability Engineer is desired but not required.
  • 5+ Years chemical plant experience (or similar) required.
  • 3+ Years preferred knowledge of process and unit operations involved in the Reliability Center
  • Excellent facilitating, written and verbal communication skills to interface with employees, co-workers, customers and all levels of the business.
  • 3+ Years leading Root Cause Failure Analysis investigations preferred
COMPETENCIES 
  • Interpersonal effectivenessthat builds and enables a culture of collaborative relationships and maximizes the ability of the manager to influence positive contributions from each employee.
  • Analytical thinking that logically breaks down problems into their essential elements, which involves trouble shooting, diagnosing and developing solutions in order to meet area goals and objectives.
  • Initiative that engages in a proactive behavior, which anticipates needs and addresses them before they become critical to performance. 
  • Results Orientation that drives and focuses efforts on key operational objectives.
  • Customer Focus of understanding Reliability is supported by Maintenance as well as Operations
  • Tenacity with the understanding of the work not being completed until getting down to the Root Cause