GERDAU AMERISTEEL US INC Reliability Engineer I GER02925 in MIDLOTHIAN, Texas

Reliability Engineer I will provide technical coordination and support for implementing and sustaining Asset Reliability Processes (ARP) to improve safety, equipment reliability, and product quality at optimum efficiency and costs by: Detect potential failures using predictive technologies. Collect, analyze, and interpret operational data. Study operations and failures to lower costs and improve equipment reliability and energy efficiency. Implement improved engineering designs and procedures through collaboration with operations, maintenance, engineering, and suppliers. Ensure the integrity of the Computer Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) and standard procedures. Participate in the development of the Annual Action Plans. Train operators and maintenance on ARP practices. Duties and Responsibilities Collect, analyze, and report asset performance and work with teams to implement methods to improve performance and sustain existing efficiencies. Develop solutions and provide recommendations for major equipment modifications, renovations, installations, additions, and replacements to facilitate continuous improvement. Support planning and scheduling standard processes to effectively execute all down-days and outages. Participate in ARP assessments to evaluate ARP practice effectiveness and develop improvement plans. Collaborate with operations, maintenance, engineering, and reliability personnel to ensure the reliability of equipment on all existing and new assets. Participate in technical studies on equipment and develop corrective action plans to maximize availability and reliability. Facilitate training sessions and assist in identification of skill development needs for plant personnel and contractors to support ARP, maintenance, and safety. Identify critical equipment spares, material, component needs, and coordinate with maintenance, procurement, and stores to identify re-order processes/quantities to minimize downtime by using Reliability Centered Maintenance methodologies. Participate in Failure Analysis on maintenance issues. Assist with Annual Action Planning process. Individuals must have : Four-year college degree in Engineering or Material Science, 2 years of industrial experience. Knowledge of asset reliability technology and systems, with a working knowledge of heavy manufacturing. Basic knowledge of engineering concepts, and techniques. Strong project management skills, and have a passion to lead change