Join the Maintenance/ Technical team of a world class chemical leader as an Electrical Power Distribution Engineer with plant level responsibility for power distribution (medium to high voltage, transformers, substations), controls (PLCs, HMIs, DCS), and instrumentation. Offering excellent salary, bonus and benefits with relocation assistance to the plant near the beautiful North Carolina coast.
— BS Electrical Engineering degree from an accredited university, with 5+ years experience in power distribution, control, and instrumentation for heavy industrial, chemical, refinery, pulp & paper, mining plant operations
— Knowledge and experience in troubleshooting medium to high voltage power distribution, large rotating equipment, motor controls, and programmable logic controllers
— Familiarization with MSHA, OSHA regulations, National Electric Code (NEC), ISA Standards and International Codes
— Knowledge of project management: budgeting, planning, scheduling, and cost control
— Able to work in the USA without sponsorship, now or in the future.
— Manage the power distribution team to maintain the distribution systems including transformers, substation, breakers, protective relating thermal imaging and all other equipment. Develop and maintain work programs and job plans
— Assist in the planning and implementation of turnarounds and major engineering projects and support the project leader in all phases of major capital projects
— Evaluate electrical systems, products, components, and applications by designing, conducting research programs, and applying knowledge of electricity and materials
— Provide technical support/ troubleshooting for the plant instrument and electrical equipment
— Assist in the preparation of maintenance and capital budgets; and handling capital projects
— Perform analysis of power flow, voltage drop modeling, fault current calculations, load balancing, protective devices
— Provide solutions to recurring maintenance problems by analyzing delays and failure analyses
— Confirm system and component capabilities by designing testing methods and testing properties
— Lead the implementation of technical improvements and the application of spare parts and materials to extend life and prevent equipment deterioration
— Identify and interface with preferred equipment manufacturers, specialists, and technical support consultants
— Develop, maintain and update maintenance documentation (e.g. Repair reports, bill of materials, upgrade recommendations) for critical plant equipment.