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Reliability Technician
Ref No.: 19-02000
Location: Beecher, Illinois
Reliability Technician
Mode of Interview: Phone/ In-person 
Job Location: Beecher, IL

Job Description:
  • Reporting to the Production Manager, the Industrial Maintenance Reliability Technician is responsible for achieving the highest level of reliability for plant equipment through performing tasks required to maintain equipment in ‘Like New’ condition and minimize downtime.
  • This individual will use advanced training and knowledge to perform equipment/process/system maintenance, troubleshoot equipment, make repairs and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • This individual will provide support for the *** Performance System (SPS), Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), and strong ownership of the Maintenance Excellence process within their plant.
  • Understands and follows safety policies and procedures.
  • Performs all tasks safely and does not take risks as it pertains to safety. Leads by example.
  • Identifies safety risks and works to reduce risks in behavior, equipment and processes.
  • Creates, documents and performs strong Preventive/Predictive maintenance tasks/procedures to eliminate equipment breakdown failures.
  • Quickly and safely troubleshoots equipment issues and implements optimum corrective action. Communicates plan of action to prevent repeat issues and can assist in documenting new procedures.
  • Communicates effectively with operations personnel to identify and resolve abnormal or degraded equipment conditions that could negatively impact safety, quality or productivity.
  • Participates in proactive maintenance activities such as FMEA’s, RCCA (Root Cause Corrective Action), Analytical Troubleshooting (ATS).
  • Documents work done in sufficient detail in order to capture strong historical data for future analysis.
  • Performs all tasks with exceptional housekeeping. Maintains strong housekeeping principles in their own personal areas.
  • Identifies and utilizes proper tools for each individual job. Identifies damaged tools and does not risk using them.
  • Skilled in shop tools.
  • Reads and understands mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical schematics.
  • Technically skilled to Maintain mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, piping, and electrical equipment.
  • This includes a strong understanding of lubrication principles and ensuring the proper lubrication is applied to equipment.
  • Technically skilled to Troubleshoot mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, piping, and electrical equipment.
  • Technically skilled to Repair mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, piping, and electrical equipment.
  • Technically skilled to Improve Reliability of mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, piping, and electrical equipment.
  • Technically skilled to Precision Install mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, piping, and electrical equipment utilizing OEM specifications.
  • Assists in identifying opportunities to improve equipment inspection, lubrication and hard to access areas for new equipment installs and for current equipment.
  • Can understand overall equipment operation/function and applies to maintenance, repair, troubleshooting and reliability of equipment sub-components.
  • Develops/modifies/reads/troubleshoots/installs PLC programs.
  • Installs/troubleshoots/repairs AC and DC drives/motors.
  • Fabricates and installs various electrical, piping, pneumatic and mechanical equipment.