Wooster - Wooster, OH
In the plant, the purpose of the Reliability Engineer is to support all maintenance and engineering efforts to ensure reliability and maintain equipment, processes, utilities, facilities, controls, and safety systems. All of the Reliability Engineers work must take into account food quality, food safety, OSHA safety, and food regulatory requirements.
Provide project support for both capital and continuous improvement.
Asset management and reliability.
Identify predictive and preventive maintenance tools to increase asset reliability.
Participate in the development and adherence to design, control, and equipment standards.
Develops and supports technical training.
Leads root cause and problem solving initiatives.
Provides support for the Plant Maintenance and Plant Engineering manager.
The Reliability Engineer leads the plants continuous improvement efforts in conjunction with the Maintenance and Engineering departments. Leads projects which support predictive and preventative efforts in plant sustainability and reliability. Works with the Maintenance and Production departments to analyze efficiencies and downtime data in order to identify and implement solutions for chronic issues. The Reliability Engineer assures that equipment and utilities, serving the production process, operate at the highest level through elevating improvements in mechanical integrity and systems reliability all the while, ensuring food safety and quality across the plant.
The Reliability Engineer has the authority to take immediate corrective actions when dealing with Food Safety and Food Quality issues and is required to report these issues to his immediate supervisor and/or Quality Manager for further action if required. A designated employee, trained in the Reliability Engineers duties, fills in for the Plant Reliability Manager in their absence.
Required Bachelor of Science degree in a technical, manufacturing, or engineering capacity or equivalent experience.
Seven years of experience in a food or dairy manufacturing/processing plant.
Demonstration of elevated level of mechanical and or electrical aptitude, including installation, repair, replacement, troubleshooting and maintenance of mechanical and electrical systems.
Demonstrates subject matter expertise on Daisy Brand specific process systems and equipment
Proven leadership ability
Strong analytical and applied problem solving skills
Familiarity with dairy and food plant operations
Familiarity with cultured dairy products, procedures, and equipment
Excellent computer skills, experience with CMMS systems, Micro Soft Word, Excel, One Note
Excellent personal organizational skills
Ability to train and motivate others
Maintenance experience with reliability focus in a vast array of dairy processing, packaging, utilities systems and associated support equipment.
Rockwell Plc hardware and software, HMI with Archestra and AB Panelviews
Mechanical Design customization, optimization
Development of and evaluation of PMs
Experienced with 480 volt distribution and motor controls
Experience with servo, motion control technology
Experienced with Variable Frequency drive set up and automation
Experienced with a wide variety of control and instrumentation set up and calibration
Experience in designing, setting up and running a maintenance department, including preventative maintenance programs.
PERSONALITY PROFILE IN PRIORITY ORDER
Strong work ethic, accountable, mature, possesses management perspective.
Excitement for their role or field of endeavor.
Sets and enforces high standards.
Strong sense of right and wrong, as well as an understanding of corporate accountability.
Team player who readily assists other departments.
Approachable, respectful, open and talkative.
Places the personal needs of others above ones own self-ambition or corporate ambitions.
Detail oriented, precise, communicates with clarity. Tailors response to askers knowledge.
Enjoys speaking in front of small groups.
Good personal organizational skills and habits.
Patient but proactive. Not afraid to speak up in a group if prepared.
For more than four generations (over 100 years), Daisy Brand has been a family-owned company committed to providing the freshest, most wholesome dairy products with over half a billion in revenues. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas with manufacturing plants in Garland, Texas (opened in 1998), Casa Grande, Arizona (opened in 2008), and Wooster, Ohio (opened in late 2015).
Having grown to above a 50 share, Daisy Sour Cream is the Nations number one brand with distribution in all 50 states. Additionally, Daisy is the largest brand in food service, military, and club and is recognized by consumers for A Dollop of Daisy, a tagline that put this once small brand on the map.
Daisy's core values are Clean and Trust, which are woven into everything we do. In 2008, the company was given the impressive American Business Ethics award, awarded by Foundation for Financial Service Professionals.
While maintaining a strong culture of curious and innovative problem-solvers, Daisy Brand tripled employment over the last 15 years. The future looks bright with the opening of its third facility to further strengthen the foundation for growth.
Daisy Brand offers an industry leading benefits package that includes:
A no-deductible, $0 premium option for employee-only health coverage.
401(k) with 50% company match on first 8% of earnings you contribute.
Safe harbor and profit sharing company contributions to 401(k).
Company paid short and long term disability coverage.
Company paid 2X annual salary life and AD&D insurance.
4 weeks annual paid time off.
Extra time off for volunteering.
Fitness membership reimbursement.
Daisy Brand is a nicotine-free company. Daisy Brand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans and disabled encouraged to apply.
Daisy Brand is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Veterans and disabled are encouraged to apply.