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What is My Job? Reliability Engineer

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What is My Job? Reliability Engineer

By: IDCON

What’s My Job? Series: Maintenance and Operations Roles and Responsibilities

Are you a Reliability Engineer? Have you ever wondered what exactly you are supposed to be doing every day? Impress your supervisor by following these simple but detailed examples of what you should do on the job.

In this video Christer Idhammar, the founder of IDCON INC in Raleigh, North Carolina discusses the role of the reliability engineer. This video focuses on the role a Reliability Engineer has during the operational phase of equipment or a process line. 

Watch more of IDCON’s What’s My Job Series. Check Out IDCON’S YouTube Channel.

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