Marie Getsug

  PhotoMarie Getsug is a Program Manager of the Asset Management Group (AMG) with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. Ms. Getsug is building a Practice for the delivery of Design for Reliability (DfR), Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and strategic Asset Management services.

Marie is an experienced Asset Management subject matter expert with 30 years of experience in multiple industries including serving as the Maintenance & Reliability Manager for four Fortune 100 Companies before her tenure in consulting.

As an industry thought leader for Design for Reliability (DfR), Marie has supported several organizations with developing their DfR Programs and toolkits to provide value by significantly reducing the overall Life Cycle Cost (LCC). Marie is a passionate teacher of reliability concepts and a successful change agent who repeatedly creates a culture of inspiration, ownership, and high performance. Marie’s ability to build on existing programs and strategies to influence the culture of a facility with socio-technical design principles, interest-based problem solving, as well as her solid technical skills, is what differentiates her approach and results.

Marie’s expertise also spans Project Management, Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), system reliability, maintenance program development and optimization, training, operations and regulatory compliance program development. Marie has extensive knowledge of the benefits and applicability of both predictive and preventive maintenance techniques and the business case for applying them.

Formally trained and certified in Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM2), Project Management (PMP), vibration analysis, ultrasound, lubrication, thermography and Root Cause Analysis (RCA), Marie is a passionate teacher of reliability concepts, DfR and RCM.

Successfully transforming the organizational structure of several manufacturing facilities, Marie leads change by building a culture of inspiration, motivation, and collaboration. Marie excels with change initiatives such as evolving maintenance from reactive to proactive, breaking down functional silos and building new processes or facilities. This approach serves her well when introducing Asset Management programs as she believes just like safety and quality, everyone has responsibility for Asset Management.