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Electrical Reliability Engineer

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Electrical Reliability Engineer – Green Bay Day Street

Georgia-Pacific’s Consumer Products Division has an exciting opportunity for an Electrical Reliability Engineer to support the Wet End areas (paper machines, fiber, utilities) at their Day Street facility located in Green Bay, WI. The Reliability Engineer plays a crucial role in the mill’s success through developing and executing reliability strategies that effectively manage equipment risk and mitigate the consequences of failures. The Reliability Engineer works closely with the Operations Leader, Manufacturing Engineers, Operating technicians, Maintenance technicians and Engineering in the development and execution of operations and reliability strategies. The Day Street facility operates two tissue paper machines and several converting lines producing retail tissue and napkin products. The mill employs about 200 employees manufacturing products that help maintain a strong, stable economy in Northeastern Wisconsin. 

What You Will Do In Your Role

Behaving, encouraging, leading coworkers to behave in ways that are consistent with Georgia-Pacific’s Market Based Management (MBM®) Guiding Principles 
Leading/fostering a safety culture that identifies hazards and eliminates/controls risks 
Developing and executing reliability and asset strategies including time based, condition based, operating envelope, and spare parts for the responsible assets 
Develop, maintain, and report out metrics (OEE, availability, etc) that show and help drive improvement to equipment performance. 
Providing support and guidance to technicians related to precision set-up and repair 
Facilitating formal Root-Cause Analysis of significant equipment failure events 
Working with Technicians, Coaches, Supervisors, Maintenance Technicians and others to implement or adjust their equipment asset strategy to address top losses 
Providing safety and technical expertise, transferring knowledge to Technicians, Coaches, Supervisors, Maintenance Technicians, and others 
Identifying, recommending and implementing equipment improvements, new systems and process changes that reduce risk to employees, improve productivity, yield, quality and/or reduce costs 

The Experience You Will Bring


  • One of the following: 
    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and two (2) or more years of manufacturing experience 
    • Technical/Vocational degree and five (5) or more years of manufacturing experience 
    • In lieu of a degree, ten (10) or more years of manufacturing experience 
  • Two (2) or more years of experience troubleshooting electrical issues with manufacturing equipment 
  • Experience developing, leading and implementing improvement processes and projects in a manufacturing environment 
  • Willing and able to work an on-call weekend rotation and support production needs during off hours (nights/weekend) when necessary 

What Will Put You Ahead

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering 
  • Five (5) or more years of experience troubleshooting paper mill equipment issues 
  • Two (2) or more years of experience working within a structured reliability program developing predictive and preventative reliability solutions 
  • Two (2) or more years leading projects, teams, and initiatives in a manufacturing environment 
  • Experience with process control systems (Delta V, PLCs, VFDs, process instrumentation, etc) and AC/DC drives and motors 

Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.

This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information: www.kochcareers.com/doc/Everify.pdf

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