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Mechanical Reliability Engineer ( Paris , Illinois )  Direct Hire opening
Paris, IL

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Mechanical Reliability Engineer ( Paris , Illinois ) 
Direct Hire opening 
 
Salary Plus benefits
Relocation Assistance Available
 
As a Mechanical Reliability Engineer, you will apply technical knowledge to deliver continuous improvement in principles and problem-solving techniques in asset reliability through the detection and elimination of defects. 
 
Looking for a chance for use your experience in rotating equipment, seals, piping, pumps, fans, blowers and material handling equipment? Want to work for a company that will help you build your skills as an engineer?
 
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience
Minimum of two years of related work experience
Travel up 50% of the time to Indinapolis, IN
 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge in maintenance process management
Background in rotating equipment, seals, piping, pumps, fans, blowers and material handling equipment.
Experience creating complex tests and analysis.
Predictive maintenance technologies experience.
Experience with SAP.
 
BS degree in a mechanical or industrial or electrical engineering with 1-2 years of experience within manufacturing environments/facilities understanding how equipment works, mechanical components design and understanding the breakdown of the equipment and the mechanics of that equipment in order to able to troubleshoot technical issues and perform preventive maintenance for the industrial machinery such as seals, piping, pumps, fans, blowers and material handling equipment and SAP experience. We are open to the following industries food manufacturing, oil, gas, mining, chemical manufacturing, medical, automotive, aerospace and military background. 


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