Project Reliability Planner



United States, West Virginia, Ravenswood

Remote Position: 


March 19th, 2024



Job Summary


  • The Reliability Planner is responsible for all aspects of the planning process with the goal of improving workforce productivity and work quality by eliminating potential delays and obstacles. This is achieved by supplying the proper tools, equipment, documentation and procedures to safely complete planned work.


Duties and Responsibilities




The Reliability Planner is responsible for developing work packages and creating job kits to enable the APU craftsmen to perform a quality planned job without delay.  


  • Daily management to maintain 2-4 week ready to schedule back log that is in alignment with production needs for areas of responsibility
  • Provide labor and costs estimates
  • Work with area maintenance techs and walk the job in order to develop complete job packages
  • Define job plan (work instruction and required safety documentation)
  • Provide required parts list using Equipment Asset Bill of Materials (BOM’s) and other work instruction
  • Ensure required equipment or special tools
  • Ensure required labor (person and duration) is available
  • Ensure required permits and drawings are available
  • Requisition required parts
  • Coordinate with storeroom personnel and procurement to ensure parts list is complete within the required time line
  • Work with area maintenance crews to achieve the physical assembly and delivery of planned job packages
  • Verify completed job packet for content accuracy.  Use of daily management for kit status and tracking
  • Proficient utilization of SAP
  • Complete and close work orders to facilitate equipment histories
  • Incorporate requested work order changes/revisions, and/or improvements
  • Maintain accurate Bill of Materials (BOM’s) within the CMMS
  • Use of daily management to track status of spares, including those being rebuilt
  • Perform regular reviews to identify obsolete parts
  • Work with central Storeroom to remove parts no longer needed



Leadership Competencies / Technical Skills Requirement 

  • Associates degree in a technical field and 5 years of planning experience in an industrial setting is preferred
  • Experience with electrical/mechanical machine repair
  • Experience in a manufacturing facility
  • Ability to work in a team environment that includes crafts, supervisors, engineers and management
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
  • Competent in estimating
  • SAP experience is preferred





Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without

regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.