Job Description :
Works with Project Engineering to ensure the reliability and
maintainability of new and modified installations. The Reliability Engineer is
responsible for adhering to the Life Cycle Asset Management (LCAM)
process throughout the entire life cycle of new assets.
Participates in the development of design and installation
specifications along with commissioning plans. Participates in the
development of criteria for and evaluation of equipment and technical
maintenance service providers. Develops acceptance tests and inspection
Guides efforts to ensure reliability and maintainability of
equipment, processes, utilities, facilities, controls, and safety/security
Professionally and systematically defines, designs, develops,
monitors and refines an Asset Maintenance Plan that includes:
Value-added preventive maintenance tasks
Effective utilization of predictive and other non-destructive testing
methodologies designed to identify and isolate inherent reliability problems
Provides input to a Risk Management Plan that will anticipate
reliability-related, and non-reliability-related risks that could adversely
impact plant operation.
Develops engineering solutions to repetitive failures and all other
problems that adversely affect plant operations. These problems include
capacity, quality, cost or regulatory compliance issues. To fulfill this
responsibility, the Reliability Engineer applies:
Data analysis techniques that can include:
Statistical Process Control
Reliability modeling and prediction
Fault Tree Analysis
Weibull Tree Analysis
Six Sigma (6s) Methodology
Root-cause and Root-Cause Failure Analysis (RCA, RCFA)
Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS)
Works with Production to perform analyses of assets including:
Asset Utilization
Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Remaining useful life
Other parameters that define operating condition, reliability and
costs of assets
Provides technical support to production, maintenance
management and technical personnel.
Applies value analysis to repair/replace, repair/redesign, and
make/buy decisions.

Client : Frank O’Neill