PLANT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (Washington & Michigan - USA)
$110K DOE + Bonus + Benefits + Relo Pkg.
(Company is a leading producer repeatedly acknowledged as Best in Class among its global customer base, consistently profitable & making capital investments).
Several opportunities available for engineers who have experience in manufacturing with electrical Power Distribution Systems or experience with PLCs and Electrical Drive Systems.
The Electrical Engineer develops, plans, organizes, and manages capital, reliability, and process improvement projects for areas throughout the plant; provides maintenance and production support, as needed. Responsible for work related to PLC’s, Drives, and/or Electrical Power Systems.
The Electrical Engineer’s essential functions include:
• Develop project scope, feasibility, cost estimates, and schedule.
• Prepare authorizations.
• Develop specifications.
• Charter, lead, and facilitate cross-functional project teams to develop process and production improvements.
• Manage project resources, budgets, and schedules.
• Administer engineering and design contracts.
• Coordinate and manage installations and outages.
• Verify control system design and total integration with plant systems.
• Perform equipment start-ups.
• Prepare and organize project documentation (Manuals, PM’s spare parts, correspondence, drawings, drawing lists, material listings, etc.); update documentation.
• Coordinate operator and maintenance training.
• Track and report final project performance, schedule, and cost compliance.
• Assist in trouble-shooting equipment control and electrical systems.
• Develop and implement preventative maintenance programs and procedures.
• Coordinate and support electrical safety initiatives.
• Provide technical support during equipment outages.
• Coordinate with vendors.
• Evaluate reliability improvement options.
An undergraduate degree in BSEE or BSET is required.
• 3+ years previous electrical engineering experience (10+ preferred).
• Knowledge of digital and analog drives, PLC, National Electrical Code, AC & DC motors,
Or Plant Power Distribution Systems,
• Previous experience managing projects in a manufacturing environment is a plus.
(Requires permanent work status in USA.)