Establish and maintain criticality scoring for all mill assets.
Facilitate the application of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) on critical and troubled assets.
Develop and maintain asset maintenance strategies for critical and troubled assets.
Determine effective and appropriate predictive, preventive, and essential care actions to be completed to preserve asset function.
Monitor the outputs from the asset care program and take necessary action.
Maintain knowledge of predictive technologies and champion the improvement of the site’s utilization.
Specify and initiate engineering solutions to support optimal equipment function.
Apply Root Care Failure Analysis (RCFA) and develop solutions to address and identified roots.
Provide maintenance and reliability oversight for new installations and modifications.
Develop and maintain rebuild standards for critical assets.
Provide value analysis to support potential strategies regarding equipment.
Must Have Skills/Experience:
You will hold a degree as a Mechanical Engineer or a diploma as a Mechanical Technologist. Exceptional, demonstrated experience in the reliability field as a licensed Mechanical Tradesperson will also be considered.
Proven analytical and problem solving skills.
Sound interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team environment.
The ability to co-ordinate maintenance, engineering and repair activities.
A safety-oriented mindset with the desire to enforce and follow mill safety and environmental policies and procedures.
Strong oral and written communication skills, including technical writing, budget preparation and presentations.
Excellent computer skills with computer-based maintenance software such as SAP and Maintelligence, MS Office and scheduling software. The ability to utilize AutoCAD is an asset.
Nice to Have Skills/Experience:
Pulp and Paper Experience
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