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Principal Reliability Specialist - New Brunswick, NJ

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The Principal Reliability Specialist will be the face of the JLL Reliability Program to one of our key clients in the Life Sciences niche.  The Specialist will work closely with the Reliability and Engineering Executive Leadership at JLL and their pharmaceutical client to advise on best practices, develop strategy and systems, and provide direct oversight of the site-level Reliability Master Plans for client-sites around the globe.  This is an exciting opportunity for a practiced and professional Reliability Engineer or Manager to flex their passion for their work, their knowledge of cutting-edge Engineering best practices, and their ability to work closely with corporate leaders while maintaining a strong executive presence.

Key Tasks & Responsibilities – Lead regional and global initiatives, aligned with the overall GPS Reliability Strategy, to achieve measurable improvement in key Brand level and Site level operational performance objectives.   Manage a diverse, global, Reliability Community of Practice network for our client. Preview industry leading technologies and maintenance practices to determine identify innovative applications within JLL’s client for achieving the GPS Reliability Strategy (External Benchmarking).   Focus on programs that help in the design, testing and management of complex systems / assets over their life cycle (Asset Lifecycle Management).   Lead Development, Implementation and Maintenance of Knowledge Management System. Develop and Implement PM Optimization Program Lead the development of REx Maturity Assessment Model. Implement at all sites globally. Develop engineering documentation, such as Process Flow diagrams and Standard Procedures Provide input into each Site Reliability Master Plan. Support implementation of “No Surprises” site risk assessment model.   Provide input to the Risk Management Site Plan, that will anticipate reliability-related, and non-reliability-related risks that could adversely impact plant operation Provide programs support to manufacturing, asset management and technical personnel Support the development and implementation of a Global Reliability Strategies to meet the Right First Time performance requirements at the Manufacturing sites. Travel to sites across the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific region (20-40% of time annually, on average).

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Location: New Brunswick, NJ