Reliability Engineer Cambric
This position is responsible for coordinating and managing reliability for Product Lines, from Design Phase through manufacturing, for existing and new products.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSABILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, fault tree analysis, and safety analysis.
Technical engineering specifications for material and components pertaining to the above analysis.
Correlations of engineering test results to actual field usage.
Component failure analysis.
Profitability and statistics.
Develop Standard Test Procedures
Component and system measurements and test design for performance, reliability, endurance/durability, and safety.
Monitor and publish reliability growth through warranty costs, safety and field retrofit measurements, and improve system/information as required.
Develop product and component test procedures and coordinate implementation of the procedures for validation of reliability and durability.
Will be responsible for prevention of product/design failures through close liaison with Engineering.
Develop reliability goals for products and components.
Maintain a failure reporting and corrective action system (FRACAS).
Lead failure review boards (FRBs).
Provide technical input for overall reliability engineering planning.
Participate on NPD teams.
Obtain Supplier Component Application Approvals for new or revised components.
Oversee and evaluate testing at outside locations.
Maintain an SCAA database.
Assist Product Support Engineering with the resolution of current production issue.
Update and Create Reliability documentation.
Perform special assignments as required.
Maintain close working relationships with the following departments: Engineering Design, Engineering Test, Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering, Materials Management and Purchasing, Quality, Safety, Customer Services, and Marketing/Sales.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or equivalent
Heavy construction equipment experience preferred.
Knowledge of heavy equipment structures, working knowledge of hydraulics and electrical reliability engineering.
Knowledge of statistical methods.
Manufacturing quality techniques, such as SPC, process flow, process FMEA and process specifications, collection and utilization of warranty data, field retrofit data and safety related issues.
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