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Reliability/Availability/ Maintainability Engineer

The successful candidate will plan, conduct, and direct development and evaluation of approved scientific and engineering projects or programs with minimal supervision that increase technical knowledge and provide solutions to equipment & system reliability problems for property loss prevention and mitigation for use by the companies global research, engineering, underwriting or other corporate business components, as well as their clients. The position will focus on reliability and availability of equipment and systems, as well as engineering risk in order to identify and effect improvements in design, operation, inspection, maintenance, and/or monitoring practices. Equipment includes diverse rotating and static process equipment. Systems include equipment assemblages (like fire protection equipment), instrument and controls, and protection systems. The position conducts work as part of a research program or project under the supervision of a Program Manager or Team Leader. The candidate will conduct damage mechanism assessments, failure distribution estimations, reliability modeling (such as failure modes & effect analyses, fault tree analyses, Markov analyses) and event tree analyses. Familiarity with SAPHIRE, Reliasoft Weibull or BlockSim programs, MATLAB, MS Excel, Access, or equivalent applications is advantageous. The ideal candidate will have an engineering track record with a Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering (or chemical engineering) and reliability engineering/science, or related area with 7-12 years of pertinent experience. The needed area of experience includes reliability, availability, and engineering risk evaluations. Exposure to process equipment/system design, inspection, maintenance, and monitoring practices is desirable. Candidates with an MS or greater in the above combined disciplines with 3 -15 years experience will be considered. The position is based in Norwood, Massachusetts area ID: 583167 Type: Contingency Salary: Open

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