The Associate Engineer reports to the Senior Manager of the ARI Facilities & Engineering Equipment Engineering group. The position is responsible for maintenance and reliability engineering assignments at ARI.
Apply basic engineering principles and practices in support of daily operation and maintenance of plant utility and process systems.
Recommend and implement improvements to equipment maintenance content in the Maximo computerized maintenance management system including equipment data, job plans, spare parts, safety data, planning information, and PM schedules.
Work closely with multiple disciplines, including Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, Engineering, Utility Operations, Maintenance, Process Development and Validation to ensure safe, compliant, effective and reliable operations.
Organize, analyze, and effectively present results for operational issues, engineering projects or maintenance tasks of small to medium scope and complexity.
Provide engineering support for design, construction, startup, commissioning and qualification of new or modified systems.
Communicate proactively with supervisor and support staff, highlighting issues.
Provide troubleshooting support.
Provide field support to identify and resolve equipment performance issues (design, application, operations, maintenance, etc.).
Support maintenance planning, scheduling and execution.
Provide ad-hoc support outside normal shift including nights, weekends and holidays.
Bachelor’s degree OR
Associate’s degree and 4 years of Engineering experience OR
High school diploma / GED and 6 years of Engineering experience
Basic engineering principles and ability to apply them to resolve issues.
Strong math and computer skills, and possess the ability to apply science-based thinking to practical applications.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Strong interpersonal skills with ability to work collaboratively in a team based environment.
Ability to manage multiple tasks and effectively set priorities.
Energetic and technically-minded individual.
Ability to learn equipment and systems design, operation and maintenance requirements.
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