The successful Equipment Engineer candidate will gain broad-based industrial maintenance experience, encompassing Electrical/PLC, Robotics, Mechanical, Welding, Machining, Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Conveyor systems, etc. Must be willing to tackle whatever technical challenge presents itself, and be willing to assist and learn from others in their areas of expertise.
Day to day coverage of production line equipment: respond to alarms, breakdowns, and Production requests quickly and efficiently to minimize downtime.
Diagnoses equipment failures, finds root cause and communicates and implements actions taken to the rest of the team.
Evaluate these failures and provide technical solutions to improve quality and / or OEE in the specified area.
- Become Expert Level Trainer on all machines in assigned area and be responsible for the level of knowledge of Shift technicians.
Takes initiative to create, implement and improve PM documents and schedules, under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor.
Perform major equipment repairs and rebuilds, (some weekends and holidays required).
Participate in spare part analysis and inventory development, cost reduction and improvement working with Spares Coordinator and Maintenance Engineering to RMA faulty components and communicate needs to the vendor.
Work with Process and Equipment engineering and other cross functional groups to resolve maintenance issues, improve equipment reliability, review procedures, and minimize equipment downtime.
Investigate and implement countermeasures to prevent repetitive breakdowns.
Active leader of a TPM team while taking on improvement projects to assist in improving the factory.
Design and Implement Equipment Reliability Improvement Projects
- BS Degree on Industrial/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering (Other Technical Disciplines Encouraged to apply)
- Experience creating & maintaining a positive atmosphere in a collaborative work team.
- Ability to manage workload while contributing to a positive, team oriented work environment
- Enjoys Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
- Skilled with the use of a variety of hand and portable tools, as well as general machining and welding.
- Skilled with common workplace software (MS Word, Excel. PowerPoint etc).
- Able to read and interpret basic mechanical drawings and electrical schematics.
- Willing to perform shift work(nights) and overtime as required.