Charlotte, NC

Are you interested in a role, reporting to the Maintenance Manager- North America? Do you want to be part of the Maintenance team who is responsible for the overall support of mechanical systems? Are you the Reliability Engineer who is motivated by co-operating with all departments in our company and interaction with external parties like customers and authorities? IGM Resins is looking for a new team member that fits these criteria!

Reliability Engineer | North America

IGM Resins ( is recognized as the leader in UV Technology. Headquartered in Waalwijk, the Netherlands, IGM is the world’s leading manufacturer of specialty chemicals focused on the UV Inks, coatings and adhesives market. Manufacturing and product development activities are located in the US, Europe and Asia with sales and distribution locations strategically positioned globally to best serve regional markets. IGM Resins has grown through organic and acquisitions over the last years and currently employs around 800 team members. 

-Develop and implement long-range plans for mechanical equipment by creating and maintaining equipment reliability programs.
-Responsible for training area personnel on mechanical technologies to improve reliability efforts. Work closely with Maintenance Technicians to develop improved maintenance techniques.
-Create and maintain documentation, procedures, and drawings to ensure integrity of site equipment. 
-Design and track maintenance, quality, and root cause metrics and analyses as related to equipment operability.
-Collaborate directly with Production Operators and Maintenance Technicians to understand equipment operation and develop practical, easy to understand operating instructions.
-Work with vendors and contractors to evaluate and design equipment reliability software and programs. 
-Identify opportunities and changes that will improve products, processes or reduce costs and provide feedback to supervisors and management.  
-Write detailed CAPEX document to request funds for equipment reliability investments. 
-Provide documentation for the IGM MOC database and lead completion of the MOC, PSSR, and PHAs, where applicable. 
-Provide start-up support to meet production and business needs when needed for reliability projects. 
-Follows all plant safety rules. Adheres to applicable EPA regulations for proper labeling and disposal of chemical compounds and waste.

-Bachelor of Science in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering or combination of education, technical certifications, training and /or work experience. 
-Minimum of 5 years of experience in reliability engineering and equipment maintenance in a small batch chemical manufacturing environment.
-Word processing, spreadsheet software, AutoCad.

-Strong communication skills    
-Ability to perform higher level math skills involving various detailed engineering and statistical calculations
-Experience with maintenance, design, and/or installation of chemical process equipment, including piping, valves, tanks, pumps, and pressure vessels. 
-Experience in designing and executing equipment reliability projects. 
-Must be self-motivated and goal-oriented with proven success working independently and in an multi-functional team environment.
-Able to manage multiple projects 
-Experience in batch chemical manufacturing.

IGM is passionate about our mission and excited to grow our talent pool with people who feel the same way. If this is you, we encourage you to get in touch with us! We offer a dynamic and diverse working culture and we are flexible towards working hours and location to support your work-life balance. Please send your resume to: or apply through IGM’s website:  

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