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Why Are CMRP Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professionals Preferred?


Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional


Resource Erectors Job Spotlight: Job #500- Why Are CMRP Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professionals Preferred?

April 2022: Six-Figure Job Spotlight for Heavy Industry Professionals at Resource Erectors

Job #500- Compensation $100,000.00 – $145,000.00

Reliability & Improvement Engineer- CMRP credential desired

Resource Erectors – Tupelo, MS

Our industry-leading company client in the Tupelo, Mississippi locale, a region considered to be an industrial and commercial hub for the central US, has an exciting career opportunity for the top Resource Erectors candidates with the coveted 5 Golden Years of continuous improvement engineering experience we talked about earlier this spring of 2022. 

The ideal candidate for Job #500 will have a consistent track record of proven TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) success. Six Sigma, Kaizen, and Lean production experience are the resume’ keywords that will set the Job #500 candidate ahead of the crowd, and the client-requested CMRP credential can put you at the top of that elite list. 

If you have CMRP certification make sure to update and submit your Resource Erectors resume’ so that we know about it. This ensures that you’ll be included in the top level talent pool we’ll be tapping for this lucrative, career-topping position, and a hoist of other jobs where the CMRP is becoming a familiar request from industrial employers across the board.  

Are you ready to put your continuous improvement engineering experience on the table for corporate level accountability and the 6-figure salary that comes with it? 

Job #500  is definitely a top-level position for a broad-shouldered self-starter, a seasoned, take-charge engineer at the top of his or her game. The ideal reliability and continuous improvement engineer is a confident, energetic, individual who thrives on independence and eagerly assumes responsibility for improving operations, meeting practical production benchmarks, and enhancing equipment performance with established CMMS processes. 

If you find yourself as the “go-to” guy or gal in your organization it might be time to move up the engineering career ladder and take charge of operations yourself in a job that pays commensurate with your qualifications, experience, and highly prized engineering talents.

If you have CMRP certification on your resume’ as part of that career seasoning, you can consider yourself as a leading candidate for Resource Erectors Job #500. 

Keep reading if your reliability-continuous improvement engineering track record includes the following minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, with mechanical engineering preferred.
  • At least 5 years experience in reliability engineering in manufacturing. 10 or more years of reliability and continuous improvement engineering experience puts you in the “ideal candidate” category for Job #500 at the higher end of the $100,000 to-$145,000 salary range.
  • Demonstrate  proven Lean, TPM, or Six-Sigma style analytical and problem-solving abilities. Lean factory experience could be the deal-maker for the ideal job #500 candidate. 
  • CMRP Certification Desired (See below for credential details)
  • Independent self-starter who can work effectively with all levels of management from the corporate c-suite to team leadership of workforce operations and production improvement on the floor. 

Reliability Engineer in Mining

Just as Tupelo is the hub of operations for the central US, so too is the reliability and continuous improvement engineer, the company hub who fills this essential upper-level position for our employer client. The reliability engineer will provide leadership as well as technical expertise across the board with skills to:

  • Develop and execute preventive/predictive maintenance programs using a PDCA cycle.
  • Participate in design and review, advise on capital additions, propose changes and improvements in plant layout to meet realistic production goals. 
  • Be an active member of the Process Improvement Team participating with others on common projects.

Analytics and predictive maintenance for Job #500 will require technical expertise to develop and maintain continuous improvement and predictive maintenance programs using:

  • Vibration analysis
  • Thermography
  • Ultrasonic testing
  • Other predictive techniques

Why Are More Resource Erectors Employers Requesting CMRP? 

Here at Resource Erectors we’re seeing a rising trend in the continuous improvement and process engineering sectors, as far as credentials and certification goes, and Job #500 is a case in point. 

The CMRP credential, for Certified Materials and Reliability Professional, is finding its place with discerning employers among the more established Kaizen, Six Sigma, and Lean continuous improvement production philosophies. Legitimacy, accreditation,  and conformity of the CMRP credential makes it a valuable human resources tool for hiring managers sifting for the cream of the engineering crop. 

CMRP Reliability Careers

According to the CMRP course providers at :

“The Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) program is the leading credential for validating the knowledge, skills, and abilities of maintenance, reliability, and physical asset management professionals. It is the only accredited certification following the ISO standards for individuals in maintenance, reliability, and physical asset management.”

The advantages of the CMRP credential for human resource “filtering” at the highest engineering career levels are numerous for industrial employers. Especially when they’re on the hunt for the top-level engineering talent required for the unprecedented production demands in sectors across the board from mining to manufacturing, to bulk material handling, construction materials,  and everything in between. 

That’s why: 

  • More employers are now using CMRP certification as a prerequisite for hiring employees. That’s not just for the mining and manufacturing fields but also applies to healthcare and a diverse range of other commercial sectors.
  • 4 out of 5 CMRP-certified individuals recommend the CMRP as an essential for continuing career advancement. They’ve already invested in the program and have seen the resulting positive impact it’s had on their own engineering careers. 
  • The CMRP certification complies with ISO 17024, a professional credential accredited by American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Conformity in certification is the standard concerned here. 

If you’re looking for another tool to advance your engineering career, the CMRP is an excellent credential to add to your engineering belt. 

About Resource Erectors

At Resource Erectors our human resources specialty is recruiting and placement of the top qualified professionals for our industry-leading companies. For both the top professional candidates and our industry-leading company clients across North America, we bring decades of specialized, heavy industry, human resource experience to the table. 

We connect the top professionals with the top companies, listing and recruiting for open positions with competitive salaries in mining, construction materials, manufacturing, aggregates, concrete, civil construction, industrial and bulk materials, engineering, and more. 

When it’s time for you to join or build your next heavy industry dream team don’t hesitate to contact Resource Erectors today and we can all get to work. 

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