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Reliability Engineering Manager

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Reliability Engineering Manager - Chemicals

Beaumont, Texas

$150,000 - $190,000 + 4-day work week + Career Progression + Performance Bonus + Profit Share Bonus + 401K + 6 weeks PTO + Full Benefits + Paid Parental Leave

Are you a Reliability Manager, from a Chemicals background, looking for the chance to put your stamp on this state-of-the-art facility and progress into senior management roles in the future?

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in a new industry whilst leading and developing a team of highly skilled reliability engineers.

On offer is an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing company that offers a wide range of technical projects and, extensive training opportunities including support for obtaining your Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) or Certified Reliability Leader (CRL) certifications.

This organization are recognized as the nation's leaders in their industry and as a result of their exciting growth, they are seeking a Senior Reliability Engineer to play a pivotal role in their continued success.

In this position you will develop reliability strategies, oversee predictive and preventive maintenance plans, and manage asset reliability risks. With a focus on mentoring a talented engineering team tracking and reporting reliability and efficiency metrics and spearheading maintenance programs.

This role would suit a Reliability Engineer looking for a challenging opportunity to make a significant impact on plant operations and business outcomes.

The Role:
- Lead efficiency functions for the plants, implementing standard processes and procedures
- Manage and mentor a team of junior Reliability Engineers
- Internal training and career progression
- Monday - Thursday 40-hour work week, flexible hours

The Person:
- Reliability Manager
- High volume chemical manufacturing background
- Degree qualified
- Wants career progress in a national market leader

Keywords: Chemicals, petrochemicals, oil & gas, oil and gas, methanol, Synthesis, Ammonia, Hydrogen, Fertilizers, syngas, methane, carbon monoxide, butadiene, Propylene, Benzene, Olefin