Electrical Plant Project Engineer Chemical Plant

Position is located in Texas with relocation assistance provided Electrical Plant Project Engineer What You Will Do: The Electrical Engineer oversees electrical activities for all Plant projects including design, construction, maintenance, and specifications. Performs trouble-shooting at plant site. Conducts investigations and recommends or designs improvements for energy conservation programs and cost reductions. Monitors state of the art technology and provides pertinent training to operators. Main Objectives: Designs or redesigns power distribution systems. Designs or redesigns control systems, evaluating the benefits of automation. Obtain all necessary permits as they relate to construction and/or environmental issues; Assure compliance with provisions of various Federal, State and County environmental permits; maintain environmental permits and attend hearings, as necessary. Establishes specifications for the purchase of electric equipment and installation/construction of same. Prepares cost estimates and economic justification of capital electrical projects. Develop an energy usage monitor program and evaluate methods to conserve energy. Provide necessary training for the on-site operators. Assists in analyzing and troubleshootingelectrical problems at project sites. Maintains a positive relationship with energy suppliers and gives input and advice on power contractual agreements at the various project sites. Confers and exchanges information with vendor responsibilities, engineers and consultants relative to electrical projects. Maintains an adequate record of all project electrical system drawings and directs the work to keep drawings current. Oversees electrical work done by outside contractors and makes the recommendation for the selection of the contractor. Keeps abreast of developments in the electrical and electronic field by reviewing technical literature and attending appropriate engineering conferences and seminars. Ensures outside contractors comply with verifications tests and investigates contractor's reports to technical problems to ensure project progresses on schedule and within prescribed budget. Qualifications and Skills BS Degree in Electrical Engineering Minimum of 5-10 years engineering experience in plant level manufacturing organization High voltageexperience with switchgear, transformers, motor control Capex experience Chemical experiencepreferred Excellent communication skills both written and oral. Electrical knowledge: Basic plant electricity, electrical safety power factor, one-line diagrams, load balance, grounding systems, application and types of motors Computer skills to include MS office, and SAP. Process control knowledge Strong technical skills including math and science Mechanical knowledge Budgeting, ROI, NPV, and other relevant accounting skills
Salary Range: $110K - $154K
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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