Summary of Responsibilities: Provide maintenance engineering support for the Chemical Plants, Mine and Mill areas. Identify and solve reliability issues. Serve as technical resource for the I/E Department. Complete Engineering Reports and Cost Estimates. Execute capital projects and/or serve on a capital project team ensuring that I/E maintenance needs are met. Support the Reliability Enhancement Process by serving on PM and Spare Parts Review Teams and implementing a root cause failure analysis and corrective action process. Help plan, schedule, and execute plant turnarounds within budgeted spending and schedule. Perform Safety Contacts and Safety Audits. Generate/review engineering maintenance best practices. Share engineering/maintenance best practices with other PCS sites. Occasionally participate in Turnaround Audits at other Client Sites. Occasionally participate on Process Hazards Analysis Teams. Fill-in for Superintendent of I/E Maintenance. Position reports to Superintendent of I/E Maintenance.
Qualifications Required: Desirable Qualifications: BS in Engineering (Electrical Engineering Preferred). Candidate must have at least 10 years of I/E engineering experience. Experience in the Chemical and Mining Industry preferred. Desired experience: Should be able to manage capital projects and work well with engineering firms, experience in power distribution is not required but there will be work in this area (low, medium, and high voltage up to 230 KV), PLC, VFD's, DC drives, motors (fractional HP to greater than 2000 HP), Arc Flash potential calculations and PPE determination. Experience with reliability improvement processes: Planning/Scheduling, root cause failure analysis, PM Improvement, key performance indicators, and reliability engineering. Candidate must be an experienced individual who will not need much in the way of mentoring. Must have a fast work pace and be able to prioritize many tasks. The individual will need to show significant progress on high priority tasks and at least some progress on the lower priority tasks.