Electrical, mechanical, drives, and fluid power; the jobs in maintenance relate to very numerous technologies. While the needs of each site vary, the maintenance and reliability teams maintain current training in order to achieve the technological evolutions required to help our plants achieve top performance.
Reliability Maintainers form high performance teams to assure machine performance, execute efficient interventions, and provide technical support to production operations. Michelin recruits from many skilled trades programs.
The role of Michelin’s Reliability Engineers is to improve process equipment, ensure implementation of maintenance strategy and practices, and provide technical support to the plant in the areas of maintenance and production.
Maintenance Area Managers lead teams to ensure the availability and durability of equipment in his/her area and optimize maintenance cost with a goal of continuous improvement. These efforts are undertaken to support production teams in the shared goals of safety, quality, cost and delivery.
Ensures that operators are provided with compliant production equipment. Supervise the establishment and reception of new equipment. Guarantees reliable operation of all site systems. Supervise the functioning of the teams of the curative and preventive maintenance.