Responsible for the engineering, improvement, and maintenance of the mill’s power and control systems, including: electrical safety audits, arc flash, LOTO; substations, transformers, switchgear, breakers, circuits, protective relays, and generators; power reliability and failure analysis; troubleshooting and upgrades; medium-to-high voltage; capital projects and electrical maintenance planning; electrical distribution; drives and control systems and electrical/instrumentation troubleshooting.
Duties and Responsibilities
· Complete preliminary and authorization-level engineering studies, including detailed scope development and capital cost estimate
· Project management for capital projects
· Engineering support for safety/quality improvements, capital installation, reliability improvements, capacity increase, and cost reduction
· Coordinate maintenance and project construction activities to ensure quality while minimizing process-related downtime.
· Organize and conduct training of electrical/instrumentation mill technicians, as assigned by supervisor, to assure successful installation, startup, and maintenance of equipment and systems.
· Assist in troubleshooting and resolving emergent electrical/instrumentation issues with the mill’s equipment and systems.
This is a non-exhaustive list. Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and minimum 5 years’ progressively responsible electrical engineering experience in heavy industrial environment (or equivalent education and experience). Successful experience in managing maintenance budgets and capital projects. Excellent oral and written communication. Basic to intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
NOTE: You must be eligible to work for ANY employer in the US without sponsorship.
Engineering experience in paper mill. Strong capability in CMMS and reliability programs.
Integrity. Problem-solver with drive for continuous improvement. Ability to admit error. Ability to interact effectively with other departments at all levels of the organization. Active listener and team player. Systems-thinker. Strategic orientation combined with analytical capabilities and attention to detail. Self-motivated and directed. Initiative. Ability to manage multiple priorities under pressure. Results-driven.
Meet KPI standards. Results of assigned projects as measured by safety, quality, cost, and impact on production. Achievement of annual goals.
Day shift, 7am-3pm. Minimum 40 hours/week, with periodic weekend on-call responsibility. Constant exposure to heavy industrial environment. Attendance at meetings. Occasional travel. Long hours to support shutdowns or mill emergency. Respond to call-ins.
Walking; climbing stairs/ladders/catwalks; sitting; using standard office equipment (phone; computer screen, keyboard, and mouse) and HMI screens; ability to hear/see and respond to alerts and alarms; tolerance for industrial environment on frequent basis (hot/cold temperatures; noise; dust). Occasionally lift 30-45 pounds (tools/equipment/parts).