Senior Electrical Engineer
This position is responsible for providing electrical expertise related to maintenance activities, major repairs and Capital Upgrades and for the development of “Scope of Work” documents to support the procurement process for these projects.
• Provide technical expertise to the Operation and Maintenance organization primarily in the MEP space.
• Create technical electrical specifications for routine maintenance plans.
• Analyze and approve the scope, terms and condition of services for major electrical projects within the Operation and Maintenance organization.
• Review and modify current electrical system designs as required to maintain or improve unit availability, reliability and performance.
• Analyze and approve the specifications, terms and condition for significant electrical component purchases for projects within the Operation and Maintenance organization.
• Define and implement process improvements based on current Key Performance Initiatives, including unscheduled outages, plant availability and production to budget.
• Ensuring that all ongoing work conforms to local, state and federal guidelines, requirements and laws.
• Support the company with the review of technical specifications and project plans for new projects or major upgrades managed by these groups.
• Staying current with Industry trends and participate in seminars and training events as required.
• Review and make recommendations regarding the procurement and maintaining of critical inventory in order to limit major losses in production due to critical component failure.
• Electrical Engineering degree
• Minimum of 5-15 years of related experience
• Familiarity federal electrical codes and requirements.
• Familiarity and demonstrated experience with MS Project, Power Point and other Microsoft Office programs.
• Familiarity and demonstrated experience with Auto CAD preferred.
• Excellent communications, interpersonal, and organizational skills required
• Ability to perform periodic business travel to the operating projects in North America including the ability to climb ladders and enter tight areas.