Technical Ladder/Reliability Engineer

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Provide technical engineering support /Inventory analysis to the MRO Services team
Perform Gap Analysis on current storeroom inventory % versus the department business plan and implement the department's business plan. (Reliability Engineering ? Reduce inventory via obsolescence or Min/Max adjustment
Provide Technical Leadership related to equipment spare parts on Plant Investment projects understand how to cross reference electrical & mechanical components
Assist Team Manager with monitoring & documenting department effectiveness (QCD analysis)
Ability to review process & lay out flow for improved effectiveness in each MRO SVC responsible areas inventory Management Repair Mgmt, Tool Cal. & Repair Mgmt, PIV Fleet Mgmt, MRO Shipping/Receiving Dock Operations)
Review storeroom layouts, then plan & initiate activities to ensure the most efficient use of space in MRO SVC storerooms
Responsible for ensuring all documentation is properly completed and retained (PSS SHEETS, Op Stds, MSDS)
Ability to transfer parts to/from HMA from/to other plants
Ability to work with other departments to determine minimum inventory level that will provide needed spare parts for equipment repair, & set up via MCMS into inventory
Lead cross functional team through inventory rationalization on new and existing inventory to reduce HMA inventory valve
Daily Tasks:
Investigate and countermeasure No usage parts, and CC overages
Investigate opportunities to obtain Cost Saving & Avoidances through understanding of HMA's required inventory levels
Perform IUT between Plants & Tank Farm usage
Follow up on all DTRs submitted by storerooms, and review analysis of countermeasure activity
Review Backorder MSR & Open PO status to ensure parts availability
Review analysis of repair activities and provide recommendations to affected departments
Review PSS sheets and provide departments with alternative parts in addition to OEM recommendations
Support aTM in overseeing an on-site contractor PIV Fleet Mgmt, Took Mgmt, Inv. Mgmt, or Repair Mgmt
Minimum Job Knowledge:
Understanding of spare parts inventory, mechanical & electrical part compatibility/substitution, and involvement with suppliers
Minimum Job Experience:
The ability to find a spare part in inventory, or provide a compatible replacement
Minimum of 5 years work experience in an inventory or equipment based environment
Education/Degree Required:
BS technical degree or 5 years equivalent experience in an inventory or equipment based environment
Required Skills "Musts":
Experience in Cost Management
Proficient Computer Skills power PL, Excel, Word, Peoplesoft and MCMS
Ability to work in a team environment with other departments & Honda plants
Good communication skills Written and Verbal
Planning and Organizational Skills
Background in maintenance or knowledge of equipment spare parts
Ability to analysis data to determine best direction through decision analysis
Desired Skills "Wants":
Ability to work in a fast-paced & time sensitive environment
Presentation skills
Experience in determining best spare parts inventory levels
Quick and accurate typing
Knowledge of storeroom functions cycle counts, RMA's, replishment
Project Management Skills
Ability to read prints and schematics
Environment candidate will be working in:
Estimates amount of overtime:
5 hours per week
Frequency/ average duration of travel:

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