Project Engineer / Electrical

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC

The Project Electrical Engineer is responsible for defined engineering functions within the plant. This position will coordinate electrical and mechanical requirements for engineering project assignments from the Plant Engineer. This job will be 60% project work and 40% troubleshooting. You will work hand in hand with maintenance and production in a team setting.
Other job specific duties include:
Responsible for the design, revision, modification, layout, and requisition of plant machinery and equipment to insure a steady and continuous production flow.
Works closely with Department Managers to implement changes and additions, to improve safety, efficiency and longevity of machinery and equipment. Evaluates suggestions, estimates cost, and supervises installation of new equipment.
When necessary, works with Technical, Production, Lab, QE, and Maintenance to evaluate, troubleshoot, & resolve process issues and modifications.
Consults with the Maintenance Manager, Department Managers, Production, other Project Engineers, Industrial Engineers, and Plant Engineer concerning project assignment details.
Maintains an awareness of the latest developments within the industry by touring various plant facilities, meeting with industry people holding like positions, and by reading various technical publications.
Uses CMMS to prepare work requests and work orders, purchase parts and equipment, and to assist in the evaluation of maintenance efficiency in assigned areas. Actively participates in efforts to reduce maintenance costs and all operating costs in assigned areas.
Acts as mentor in working with co-op engineers and associate engineers in developing their understanding of processes, methods, system, etc. related to operations and equipment of the plant.
Understands Lean Manufacturing principles and actively initiates & participates in continuous improvement projects and teams.
Promotes and adheres to the BMS. Ensures compliance with control plans.
Basic Qualifications:
Bachelor?s degree in Electrical Engineering
5 years relevant work experience
Preferred Qualifications:
Manufacturing/Industrial experience preferred
PLC control experience
Lean & Six Sigma experience desired

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