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Position Summary
The Site Reliability Engineer is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the plant
reliability framework and culture. This includes identifying reliability risks that could impact the plant or
business operations, and delivering reliability strategies, analysis and solutions to measure and improve
plant performance. The Site Reliability Engineer supports and collaborates with all departments to
provide reliability expertise in the areas of loss prevention, risk management and life cycle asset
management, and is the champion for the site in becoming ‘Reliability Driven’. The role also has a
contribution requirement at a global level and impact through the Global Reliability team and the
potential for growth opportunities into other leadership positions.

- Analyze asset performance to identify issues such as high cost of maintenance; confirming
appropriate management strategies are in place for all equipment; and, effective use of predictive
and other methods of investigation to ensure processes are in place to identify and isolate
inherent reliability problems
- Utilize the Management of Change (MOC) procedure to provide, manage and execute engineering
solutions to equipment failures and other issues that impact plant reliability
- Analyze plant reliability data, including both equipment and production data
- Apply robust reliability analysis using data analysis tools (e.g. statistical modelling, reliability
modelling and prediction, fault tree analysis, and Weibull analysis) and root cause analysis
- Maintain and distribute the site vulnerability list to ensure vulnerabilities are identified, prioritized
and mitigation plans are processed
- Contribute to specific risk assessments, including both equipment and system risks
- Approve design reviews for acceptable Reliability Analysis
- Using historical plant data and reliability analysis tools, assess remaining life on critical equipment;
apply value analysis to repair/replace, repair/redesign and manufacture/purchase decisions
- Develop, maintain and continuously improve systems to determine and measure the reliability of
plants, equipment, components and processes
- Work collaboratively across all site departments to determine asset performance
- Prepare and present reports to the Site Management Team outlining reliability concerns and
providing recommendations for improvement
- Collaborate with the Technical team, as well as Project personnel, to ensure reliability and
maintainability of new and/or modified equipment installations is understood and meets
requirements over the entire life cycle of the asset
- Actively participate as a member of the Global Reliability Team and lead the Local Reliability Team
by actively acting as the reliability champion on the site to promote and drive reliability culture

Experience and Technical Skills/Knowledge
- Undergraduate degree with a major in an engineering discipline required
- Eight years of related industrial experience, with at least five years in a reliability-related role
- Aspiration to advance into a leadership role
- Designation as a Certified Reliability Professional (CMRP or CRE) is an asset, as is a graduate level
qualification in reliability, such as a Masters of Maintenance Engineering and Reliability
Engineering or similar discipline
- Other combinations of education, training and experience may be considered based on significant
related experience in a relevant industrial setting
- Previous experience with incident investigation methodology, such as Tap Root or other root
cause analysis
- Experience providing direction and leadership to a multi-disciplinary team, as well as achieving
results through influence.
- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of programs

- Customer focused; dedicated to exceeding the expectations of internal and external customers
- Excellent written and verbal communication and listening skills
- Strong ability to develop and maintain interpersonal relationships, including strong team
collaboration skills within diverse teams
- Technically competent with strong problem solving, critical thinking and decision making skills
based on sound engineering analysis
- Innovative and creative thinking ability
- Independently motivated with a strong, continuous improvement focus oriented towards actively
seeking opportunities to improve plant reliability
- Sound judgment evidenced by a demonstrated ability to make valuable recommendations and
decisions based on a mixture of analysis, wisdom and experience
- Strong time management, planning and prioritization skills with a demonstrated ability to manage
multiple, sometimes competing, priorities and readily adapt to change while maintaining a high
level of efficiency and productivity
- Demonstrated respect for cultural differences
- Personal commitment to ongoing self-development, solid learning agility and a willingness to
develop in the role
Randstad Professionals Canada
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