RELIABILITY CONSULTANT

Laurentide Controls - Kirkland, QC (il y a 19 mois)

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The reliability consultant has a major impact on extending the useful life of its clients’ assets, improving performance and equipment availability.

You want to transfer your knowledge and know-how in reliability to a diverse customer base that offers different industrial processes. Do you understand the complex elements that are critical for companies and know how to act effectively to reduce losses and additional production risks? Do you like to contribute to the reduction of equipment degradation and thus improve your customers’ assets? Are you looking for a work environment that believes in you and invests in your development?

What you bring to the table

Your expertise and recommendations support our clients in the overall management of their assets and offer them added value beyond the costs of consulting.
You ensure the protection and extension of their assets through reliability audits and an analysis of the results. You have an ability to explain and present the value of the approach at all decision-making levels, which will result in the implementation of a reliability approach.
Your reliability maintenance strategies and the implementation of specific management tools for programs or equipment contribute to improving the performance of their operations.
Your passion for process optimization in the plant allows you to ensure the implementation of reliability implementation or improvement programs such as conditional monitoring programs, including vibration analysis, thermography, ultrasound analysis, oil analysis.
You are passionate about helping companies develop to their full potential.

Your expertise allows you to

Develop reliability training programs and thus raise the level of expertise among our customers.
Support the reliability division’s sales efforts in understanding products and services.
Assist Laurentide’s reliability team by developing or participating in the development of service offers.
Ensure technological monitoring and knowledge sharing with the entire Laurentide reliability expert team.

Essential skills and qualifications to be successful

Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a DEC in an equivalent discipline.
An expertise acquired after 5 to 10 years of relevant experience in reliability.
CMRP certification or equivalent is an important asset.
Familiarity with the following methodologies or tools; criticality analysis, FMEA, PMO, RCM, MRO, ODR, RCA, CMMS.
Bilingual (French and English).
Ease of report writing.

About us

Laurentide’s purpose is to help industry thrive in Eastern Canada. We empower our customers by collaborating with them to solve tough challenges and by providing them with the support required to deliver results. We empower people by providing our employees with the best training, tools, and work environment to help them thrive. We advance industry by providing our customers with the products, services, and technology needed to drive innovation. We also advance industry by building the best network of quality business partners.