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Reliability Engineer

Lozier Omaha, NE


Lozier Corporation is an industry leader in providing store fixtures to major retailers across the U.S. and around the world. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, Lozier began manufacturing fixtures in 1956, and originated the basics of today’s shelving systems. Today, Lozier has over 4 million square feet of manufacturing and distribution space across facilities located in five states. We are committed to quality and service, building our business around integrity and respect, and investing in our people and communities.

We continue to invest in technology and people to ensure we remain competitive in the industry. That means opportunities for you to grow and develop as an employee and individual. Whether you have a clear idea of where you see yourself in your career or not, Lozier has a diverse range of departments with their own challenges and opportunities for growth to explore. You will find a welcoming and team-oriented environment where employees strive to not only help the company succeed but also help each other succeed, too.


The Reliability Engineer is responsible for evaluating the reliability of assigned site equipment, components, and manufacturing processes by using engineering methodologies and tools. This role will be focused on providing root cause analysis to identify equipment problems, recommend and implement maintenance solutions, and provide education and training, as needed, to keep technical assets running smoothly. This role is essential to managing and improving the reliability of plant critical equipment.


  • Monday – Friday daytime work schedule.  Specific schedule to be set during the interview/hire process. (Average of 45 hours per week).
  • Company bonus potential.
  • Competitive benefits package (Eligible for medical and dental benefits on the first day of employment).
  • Onsite health clinic available.
  • Casual dress.
  • 401(k) with company match.
  • PTO plus 10 paid holidays.
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development.
  • Educational Assistance Program available.
  • Credit for Lozier Gear products from our company store.


  • Champion Lozier’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values by demonstrating the behaviors that contribute to Lozier’s success.
  • Complete preventative and predictive maintenance analysis, recommendations, implementations and audits of critical equipment.
  • Conduct routine engineering calculations and audit major equipment condition and adherence to process standards.
  • Identify and reduce risk utilizing different analysis techniques (i.e. Preliminary Hazards Analysis, Criticality Analysis, Fault Tree Analysis, etc.).
  • Develop and provide training and education to cross-functional teams, as needed, to support counter measures and mitigate risk or implement new processes and procedures.
  • Propose new or revised manufacturing processes and testing specifications that utilize best practices and will increase reliability.
  • Develop, improve and standardize equipment monitoring processes, to include data tracking and reporting of reliability metrics on critical equipment and processes.
  • Assist in the development of preventative maintenance procedures and audit adherence to the program.  This includes, but not limited to, task definition, spare part review, service equipment agreements.
  • Participates in the final check out of new installations as necessary.  This includes factory and site acceptance testing that will assure adherence to functional specifications.
  • Apply general engineering knowledge to solve problems and provide direction and recommendations for prevention of catastrophic/major failures of critical equipment and processes.
  • Primary focus will be on critical equipment needed to maintain high customer service levels and drive operational costs down.
  • Liaise with relevant cross-functional teams on outcomes of tests, analysis, and solution implementation.
  • Work closely with leadership in regard to budgets and finances, as it relates to maintenance, and make recommendations to help reduce operational costs.
  • Demonstrate regular attendance and timeliness in reporting to work, meetings, and completing assignments.
  • Ability to work and interact well with others.


Education: Bachelor degree in Engineering or another related field is required. Mechanical Engineering preferred. 

Experience: Minimum of 4 years of engineering experience in a manufacturing environment of which 1-2 years direct experience working with equipment reliability troubleshooting or projects.

Required Skills:

  • Intermediate PC and Microsoft Office skills.
  • Autocad Skills.
  • Good written and oral communications.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to develop plans for accomplishing assigned work and set priorities with a proper sense of urgency.
  • Ability to make timely decisions.


  • Must be able to travel 1-2 weeks per month.
Date Posted May 10, 2024
Date Closes July 9, 2024
Requisition 24000264
Located In Omaha, NE
SOC Category 00-0000.00

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