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This is a road warrior Engineering position that is responsible for all electrical/electronic related issues including projects, maintenance support, upgrading/maintaining facilities and equipment as well as leading projects on their own with a focus on safety. You will perform as a team member on various project teams where capital improvements have been identified against specific business issues. They need someone with strong communication skills as you will be going into mills and working side by side with local plant employees and vendors, assisting with installation and providing engineering support for Capital projects. You will also serve as a coordinator or clearing house of ideas for improvement techniques and implementation strategies. You will provide engineering support to the Engineering and Reliability organization for related electrical components of all equipment and facility processes, capital project management and planning, installation and up-keep of electrical systems or plant systems by performing the following duties. Researches, develops, designs, and tests electrical components, equipment, and systems, applying principles and techniques of electrical engineering. Assists in the development, implementation and maintenance of GPI technology in safety, controls (CAT III intent), instrumentation, motion (drives), OIT and process control/improvement strategy, Learns, applies and maintains process knowledge in printing press designs, gluer safety, and other engineering-related processes and programs. Application of formal Risk Analysis in safety designs. Leads installation, operation, process improvement and strategic maintenance of equipment. Develops motor controls, process logic control systems and schematics. Actively manages, develops and leads all phases of Electrical Capital Projects. Manages and supports electrical project budget development process. They need someone who is results driven with demonstrated ability working in a high-performance, high-volume manufacturing environment. You will need the following experience for this role - Power systems experience: 138kV to process loops, motor control centers, switchgear, transformers and relays. Electronic component diagnostics and troubleshooting skills including PLCs, VFD Drives, DCS systems and computer related controls and programming capabilities. Ability to execute concise and effective "mission based" effective programming in PC/PLC, and VB/data based (such as industrial SQL) environments Proven experience in process improvement and project management.
You must have good attention to details but be able to manage the big picture and have a "make-the-numbers" mentality.
Travel - Out the door either Sunday night or Monday morning and usually back late Thursday for a "Home office, paperwork day" on Friday.
Base is $100 - $120k + 20% annual incentive, and a great benefits plan.
Become part of an exciting growing business where nothing stands in the way of a better future for those who want to meet the challenges that lie ahead. Our client has some exciting times ahead of them with excellent growth opportunities for the business and our people.