Reliability Engineer/Sr.ILS Analyst

Reliability Engineer/Sr.ILS Analyst

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Engineering & Technical

Permanent

03/01/2024

211294

Join a top employer and advance your career. Aplin has partnered with a Halifax based company to hire a Reliability Engineer/Senior ILS Analyst to join their team!

Responsibilities:
  • Conduct reliability prediction, reliability block modeling, failure mode effects and criticality analysis, reliability centered maintenance (RCM), availability prediction and maintainability prediction to influence the design of marine platforms and ships and develop life cycle support products.
  • Prepare Logistic Support Analysis, Level of Repair Analysis, Life Cycle Costing, Sparing Analysis, Maintenance Task Analysis, to create the logistics and maintenance documentation to support end items through their entire life cycle.
  • Analyze contractual commitments, customer specifications, design changes, vendor furnished information and other data to plan and develop LSA and AR&M activities from conceptual stage through life cycle of product.
  • Perform special research or technical studies critical to AR&M, RCM, maintenance, and logistic support functions.
Qualifications:
  • Education Required: Bachelor’s degree in engineering (Mechanical or Electrical), Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering Technology, or equivalent Navy Certification.
  • Years of Experience Required: 5-10 years of experience in the application of AR&M analysis preferred.
  • Proficient with military and commercial ILS specifications.
  • Expertise with computer techniques and models for analysis, simulation of information systems and documentation.
  • Software: Windchill Reliability (or similar AR&M modeling), LSAR (OmegaPS, Eagle, SLICwave, or similar), LORA, LCC, Spares Modeling (OmegaPS Analyzer, OPUS10, EDCAS, VMETRIC, or similar), Microsoft Office Suite.
  • CET or P.Eng. professional designation considered an asset.
  • All applicants must meet requirements for Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP), Canadian Government Security clearance. 


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