This role is working for Nufarm, a globally operating player in the world of agricultural chemicals. Nufarm is investing around £50million into the UK operation in West Yorkshire over the course of the next 4 years, building on an already reputable brand and manufacturing site of around 350 people. Nufarm's leading products, including proven active ingredients, are packaged to deliver practical solutions in continuing to support British Agriculture and offer stability to those employed by them.
As a Reliability Manager you will carry out Centred Care and Improvement projects on site. This will be achieved by the implementation of suitable maintenance strategies delivered by planned, preventative and predictive methodologies either online or within shutdowns As part of the on-going investment programme on site in Wyke, Bradford this is a replacement position, which is why this Reliability Manager position has become available.
The company is one of the world's foremost chemical manufacturers operating to COMAH regulations, being the largest global producer of the specialist chemical product made across their sites. To maintain their status as a market trailblazer within the sector, this organisation has ambitious but stable expansion and investment strategies over the next 5-10 years in which this individual as Reliability Manager will be key to delivering and facilitating.
Responsibilities of the Reliability Manager:-
Ensure that plant downtime is minimised and that all plants are available to satisfy manufacturing plans and customer needs
Develop improvements to the current system of planned and preventative maintenance that focuses on maximisation of availability.
Develop and implement asset life plans for critical equipment and suitable inspections regimes for major plant items whilst managing improvement processes for rotating equipment
Manage specialist contractors relating to inspections and subsequent repairs
Prepare capex applications and plant modifications targeted at improving reliability and implement related project
Report all process safety incidents or hazards and contribute to incident investigations
To be successful in this position as a Reliability Manager, experience working within large site operations for a minimum 5 years is essential. Holding a degree in an appropriate discipline or equivalent would be beneficial to go along with previous experience within leading a team. Though certainly not essential, experience and knowledge of what is required to work on a Chemical manufacturing site would also be beneficial.
Working for this multi-billion-pound market leading company as a Reliability Manager means receiving a comprehensive benefits package alongside your salary. This includes pension, annual bonus, health care scheme and life assurance amongst others. In addition to this 28-day annual leave plus bank holidays. Progression is a genuine opportunity with this company given their ambitious but stable growth and investment strategy.
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