This is an active and visible role requiring excellent asset management, reliability management skills. Working as a part of the team within the business, the Facility Management (FM) is expected to positively contribute to the performance of the business by engendering a culture of customer relationship & proactive approach.
• To determine Maintenance Strategies and Approaches, Failure Process, Characteristics, Causes and Types
• To determine Asset Criticality, Risk Based Approaches, FMECA, RCM, REM of assets, Predictive Maintenance.
• To apply engineering knowledge and specialist techniques to prevent or to reduce the likelihood or frequency of failures
• To identify and correct the root causes of failures that do occur
• To determine ways of coping with failures that do occur, if their causes have not been corrected
• To apply methods for estimating the likely reliability of new designs and analysis of reliability data
• To manage the project and commissioning planning with effective & efficient Asset management and optimization.
• LRFP- long Range financial planning.
• Contributing in Opex management.
• Generation of capital business plan.
• Exclusive focus of FCI, facility condition, road map generations.
• Execution of New Asset / Infra installation.
• Asset data management.
• To lead the maintenance team in maintenance best practices and managed reliability programs.
• To implement equipment upgrades via the MOC (Management of Change) process. Acting as a liaison between intra dept. Maintenance and Operations to schedule work for major plants shutdown activities and large capital projects.
• To manage the design, procurement, and construction of capital projects in accordance with EHS&S requirements.
• Contributing ideas to lean manufacturing and process improvement events.
• Solely responsible for-
Developing and Implementing Risk Based Maintenance Plans, Work Control, Planning and Scheduling of maintenance task.
Overall Equipment Effectiveness, Root Cause Analysis and Maintenance
Lower cost of repairs –fewer spares and less time
Fewer surprise breakdowns and risks to supplying customers
Less catch-up time on overtime
Better equipment reliability from Risk Based Maintenance
Release of equipment capacity –able to delay future investment needs
Maintenance involvement in equipment selection –lower life cycle costs
More sensitive operation of equipment
Better man-power utilization –avoiding delays
Fewer rejects, less waste, more yield from materials
1st level maintenance –ownership of equipment
Technicians released to do diagnostic work –longer term.
Providing Similar Support to the required SEA E&PS team.
• Asset Reliability & management.
• Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
• Reliability hazard analysis
• Dynamic reliability block-diagram analysis
• Fault tree analysis
• Root cause analysis
• Avoidance of single point of failure (SPOF)
• Functional analysis and functional failure analysis (e.g., function FMEA, FHA or FFA)
• Testability analysis
• Human error analysis
• Operational hazard analysis
• Preventative/Planned Maintenance Optimization (PMO)
• Manual screening.
• CMMS knowledge for problem solving
• Electrical testing equipment
• Author and understand technical reports
• Reliability Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Program knowledge
• Solid history of effective testing and improvement
• Support in Facilities MIS & Dashboards – Reliability
• Compliance – Regulatory, Quality & EHS&S (Reliability part)
• Facilities Commercial Activities
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Team management and leadership
Job Level Overview:
• Subject to managerial direction, Reliability Engineer will generally be subject to broad practices and procedures that are covered by functional/business precedents and policies.
Leadership & Innovation
• Work with individual site team members to develop consistent, reliable practices to deliver high quality, productive, safe workplace environments.
• Provide change management leadership to implement Facilities strategies and initiatives at the site on behalf of Site facilities lead.
• Establish a high performance and continuous improvement culture driven by key performance metrics, benchmarking and sharing of best practices.
• Engineering Graduate in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering including sound knowledge of asset management
• Good working knowledge of one functional core area.
Johnson & Johnson Private Limited (8080)