Reliability Engineer, Regional in Elk Grove Village, IL at Mauser Packaging Solutions

Date Posted: 7/5/2020

Job Snapshot

Job Description

This position is responsible for development and implementation of a Reliability Centered Maintenance Process throughout Engineering and Manufacturing. Responsibilities include identifying, planning, scheduling, conducting and coordinating the technical aspects of equipment and processes associated to manufacturing. If you have experience in one of these roles, this might be the next exciting step in your career: Injection Molding Service Technician, OEM Service Technician, Field Engineer, Field Service Engineer, Reliability Engineer, or Injection Molding Maintenance Technician. 


  • Lead the development, implementation and maintenance of a life cycle asset management process for components, equipment and processes at all facilities.
  • Lead the development and implementation of preventative, predictive, autonomous and reliability centered maintenance plans.
  • Lead investigation of root-cause for repetitive damage and failure rates.
  • Lead change in equipment risk management and reliability processes.
  • Conducts analysis of current equipment operations for productivity improvements with new equipment technology.
  • Develops cost estimates for new equipment and equipment upgrades for projects and justifies those capital expenditures.
  • Coordinates the purchase and installation of new equipment to support changes in capacity or equipment design.
  • Troubleshoot, analyze, identify, propose and document maintenance plans and performance metrics, failure analysis and corrective action procedures.

Job Requirements


  • Minimum 7 years experience required in a related position in the plastic molding industry, with a preferred background in Industrial Maintenance.
  • Extensive knowledge in facility infrastructure, support equipment of the molding process and molding equipment. 
  • Extensive work in project management (PMP certification is a plus) and working multiple projects simultaneously. 
  • Experience with budgets & timelines as well as knowledge of the packaging industry
  • Ability to travel up to 80%, but primarily within the Chicago area and northwest Indiana.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Plastics Engineering, or related discipline preferred but not required.

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