Equipment Reliability Manager

Company Name:
Management Business Solutions
TITLE: Equipment Reliability Manager
LOCATION: Grand Rapids, MI
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Management Business Solutions (MBS) is seeking an Equipment Reliability Manager for a manufacturing client in Grand Rapids, MI. This individual will be responsible for loss elimination, risk assessment, solution implementation, and equipment design reviews of existing and future assets. This person will also be responsible for overseeing, improving, and sustaining all program metrics and reliability deliverables.
Support the implementation, monitoring, and communication of the corporate reliability matrix for facilities
Drive maintenance dashboard implementation and compliance across the organization
Define asset availability and capability gaps within production lines
Identify, manage, and track asset transfers and dispositions throughout the company
Develop and monitor the reliability strategy to close gaps in availability, capability, and competence for all facilities
Provide resources and support for reliability issues and maintenance teams
Train, coach, and manage plant reliability teams
Work with project engineering to ensure reliability and maintainability of new and modified installations
Provide input to the risk management plant that anticipates reliability-relaetd risks that could adversely impact plant operations
Work cross-functionally to ensure metrics and programs meet the needs of all key stakeholders, including quality, safety, planning, operations, and maintenance
Assist in developing the maintenance budget
Bachelors degree in engineering or related field required; industrial or mechanical engineering highly preferred
5 to 7 years of business experience in an engineering leadership role required
5 years of experience in a cGMP environment required
Experience in reliability, fixed, and rotating equipment integrity required
Experience in maintenance management, project management, budgeting, and continuous improvement activities required
Ability to communicate across all levels of the organization
Ability to travel to various manufacturing sites on a regular basis

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