Equipment Health Monitoring Engineer (EHME) | mechanical engineering jobs in canada

Full Time
  • Full Time
  • Halifax, Canada
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The AJISS EHME is responsible for establishing an Equipment Health Monitoring program for the AOPS and JSS Classes of ships. The EHME will establish and manage service contracts for the implementation of Equipment Health Monitoring (EHM), analyse the data, provide recommendations for improvement and implement approved processes.


Key Accountabilities:

Develop the EHM program for the AOPS and JSS Classes of ships aligned with DND EHM policy and procedures
Communicate with customers as primary technical interface
Provide Engineering and Technical support to AJISS Enterprise including DND Technical Authorities
Support customer operations, anticipate operational problems and contribute to improve the system / equipment operation
Co-ordinate, plan, organise, lead and control EHM activities within delegated authorities and responsibilities
Co-ordinate and analyse EHM results and make efficiency recommendations to Supportability team for modification to maintenance tasks and schedule
Observe and study system / equipment functioning, operating modes and performance results
Collect, analyze and summarize operating and engineering data, analyse trends, study system / equipment limitations, interpret alarms
Conduct technical investigations, testing and reporting of problems associated with equipment and/or system malfunction, including failure analysis and solution development
Analyse requirements associated with baseline changes to product
Reviewing drawings and technical documents.
Prepare engineering documentation in support of vessel maintenance improvements
Resolve problems and deficiencies
Assist in the conduct of Pre and Post Maintenance Period Condition Assessments
Assist in the resolution of Operational Defects (OPDEFs)
Ensure that work is carried out in accordance with task requirements and/or the design and build characteristics of the vessels
Support general engineering and technical activities as required
Ensure compliance with relevant Canadian Forces Technical Orders (CFTOs)
Key Requirements:

Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic, Naval Architecture or equivalent
Registered as a Professional Engineer (PENG) in Nova Scotia, Ontario or British Columbia, Canada
5 years experience in a marine or related environment
5 years experience developing or executing an Equipment Health Monitoring program
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
This position requires direct or indirect access to hardware, software, technology or technical data controlled under the Canadian Export Control List, Canadian Controlled Goods Program, the Canadian Industrial Security Program, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and/or the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). All applicants must be able to meet the eligibility requirements outlined in the Canadian Controlled Goods Program and able to obtain a Canadian NATO Secret clearance.

Nice to have:

Post graduate or technical qualifications and experience in Planned Maintenance (PM), Condition Based Maintenance (CBM), Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Reactive Maintenance.
Previous experience working with a defence contract
Project Management
Bilingual in French and English
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