Engineer Reliability Salary
The average salary for an Engineer Reliability is $97,500 per year.
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Job Description for Engineer Reliability
A reliability engineer designs and betters products and equipment. Their goal is that these products will last for a long time and work in an optimal manner throughout time. A bachelor’s or master’s degree in engineering is usually necessary. The reliability engineer may be assigned a project by the company so that the reliability of a product can be increased. The goal of these kinds of assignments is to increase customer satisfaction, to reduce production losses, and to reduce costs from customers returning the products.Read More...
Problem-solving skills are essential in this job, in order to determine the issues that are causing certain items to malfunction. A reliability engineer is also employed to increase the effectiveness of equipment, utilities, facilities, and processes within a factory environment. When new installations are made, the reliability engineer will assess them. He or she wants to see what can be done to make these installations work efficiently for a long period of time and to make predictions as to what might happen in the future. Report-making skills are important, and the reliability engineer will have to track the losses that are encountered, in order to determine what abnormalities are present regarding maintenance costs. Strong computer skills are necessary, as the engineer will have to use related programs to track and analyze losses and to come up with solutions to problems.
Engineer Reliability Tasks
- Present summary reports on failures, analysis, and corrective actions.
- Recommend changes in the selection and application of production components.
- Advise the engineering design team on selection of materials.
- Measures the reliability of new products and materials.