Reliability engineers are key in ensuring long-lasting, high-quality products. Their job is to make sure materials, components, manufacturing equipment, and processes are reliable a leave no space for errors or faulty production.
As a reliability engineer, you will be responsible for documenting and evaluating a production facility's operations. Essentially, your job will be to minimize risks and make sure equipment and processes are as efficient as possible, keeping the risk of malfunction or failure at the lowest possible.
There are a number of areas you might focus on during your career as a reliability engineer. Loss elimination, risk management, life cycle asset management are just a few of these. You will mainly work with data and analyze processes and components' efficiency based on statistics, charts, and reports you create.