Mechanical Reliability Engineer

Posted on 2024-07-05
Location :
New Glasgow, Canada
Job category :
Maintenance & Energy
Contract type :
Regular
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Job Description

Mechanical Reliability Engineer

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More than just a career at Michelin

Mechanical Reliability Engineer

Granton, Nova Scotia

For 130 years, Michelin has innovated to improve the mobility of people and goods. Today, we are setting the benchmark across every tire and travel-related services market, while leading a global strategy to drive sustainable, profitable growth.

Michelin North America (Canada) Inc., which employs over 3,600 people and operates three tire manufacturing facilities in Nova Scotia, is seeking a Mechanical Reliability Engineer to join its Granton, Nova Scotia manufacturing team in Pictou County.

Mission

The role of Michelin’s technical professionals is to improve reliability of process equipment, ensure implementation of maintenance strategy and practices, and provide technical support to the plant in the areas of maintenance and production. These objectives are achieved in a manner that respects safety, the environment, people, and ultimately Michelin’s customers.

Responsibilities:

  • develop and implement mechanical designs to improve existing plant equipment, processes and facilities,
  • develop design and installation documents (includes drawings, specifications, installation work packages, and maintenance instructions),
  • address reliability projects based on risk analysis factors,
  • coordinate and lead reliability projects,
  • participate in installation, commissioning, and post completion analysis as required,
  • assist shops with the implementation of best practices and standards,
  • provide technical assistance to production and maintenance groups to ensure continuity of operations,
  • provide leadership in continuous improvement, efficiency and root cause analysis,
  • maintain relationships with the maintenance and operations department managers and staff to provide optimum services.

Position requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with one year of co-op or work experience in the areas of manufacturing, reliability, and/or mechanical design.

Assets:

  • experience using predictive tools and reliability principles,
  • experience using AutoCad or SolidWorks,
  • extra-curricular activities/interests requiring hands-on, technical involvement.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • excellent interpersonal and leadership skills to develop positive relationships with diverse, multi-disciplinary teams and customers,
  • strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to influence and resolve issues,
  • superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks.

How to apply:

Candidates should clearly indicate how they meet the requirements listed above in their applications. We ask you to merge your covering letter and resume into one Word or PDF document. Applications should be submitted before July 21, 2024.

Candidates selected to participate in the first round of interviews will be contacted via e-mail. All other candidates will be notified when the hiring process is complete.

Moving Forward Together: your career with Michelin

Michelin truly believes that business performance and the professional success of our employees go hand in hand. Our approach to career development reaffirms the values that guide us every day and expresses the mutual commitments that Michelin Group has undertaken to ensure everyone is able to find fulfillment in their role. Performance and potential are assessed with a view to the long-term and training policies allow each employee to continue to grow throughout their career, while helping to drive the company’s development. 

Michelin North America (Canada) Inc. offers competitive compensation and benefits, comprehensive training programs, opportunities for advancement and a workplace that values and demonstrates its dedication to diversity.