Reliability Engineer

Job Title: Reliability Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Billingham, England
Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum
Start Date: 2018-06-11
Reference: BH-83897-1
Contact Name: Ellie Charlwood
Contact Email:
Job Published: June 12, 2018 17:17

Job Description

My client, a large pharmaceutical company, is looking for a Mechanical Biased Reliability Engineer to join their rapidly expanding team 

Main responsibilities of the role - 

- Responsible for managing own safe working behaviour, demonstrating a high regard for personal EHS performance, sustaining a zero overdue status of assigned investigations and actions

- Produce technically accurate job specifications/packs for all mechanical routine and non-routine tasks

- Meet the site target of zero overdue compliance actions in terms of Quality actions and documentation updates

- Act as first point of technical support to the maintenance team for all aspects of mechanical systems and equipment.

- Work closely with the maintenance and planning teams to deliver site availability targets.

- Contribute to all mechanical Root cause analysis investigations and implementation of long term engineering solutions to prevent reoccurrence

- Up hold technical standards to assure the assets remain fully compliant with GMP status

- Liaise with contractors to assure technical compliance of all works, ability to review risk assessments and perform isolations as required.

- Accept permit to work, willingness to support maintenance team in all activities including trade tasks if required.

- Support mechanical technical planning for the site annual shutdown

The ideal candidate will - 

- Be a time served Mechanical Engineer

- Have a minimum of 5 years' experience in a reliability role, ideally in a GMP environment 

- Have experience with Root Cause Analysis and continuous improvement

- Have experience implementing maintenance policies and procedures

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Reliability Engineer and offers a generous package and progression structure

For more information please contact Ellie Charlwood on 0161 942 4011