Engineer, Electrical

Job Description
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Maintenance Manager, the Electrical Engineer will troubleshoot daily problems, design and implement new ideas, and be experienced with technical as well as non-technical communication, documentation, and organizational skills. The Electrical Engineer is also responsible for management and coordination of all electrical and/or electronic activities on site including required periodic inspections, preventive and corrective maintenance, installation projects, troubleshooting, safety training, and compliance. Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
Understand mechanical/electrical design, operation, and starting of induction, wound rotor, synchronous, and DC Motors.
Understand instrumentation: Analog vs. digital signals, 4-20 mA current loops, temperature sending. Pressure sending, control loops, etc.
Electrical construction: Breaker/wire, conduit sizing, motor sizing, conduit fittings, conduit fittings, conduit accessories, electrical device ordering.
CEM and opacity monitor maintenance, regulations, and testing/calibration testing procedures.
Electrical distribution: 115 kV/110V, transformers, breakers, relays, MV contractors, battery systems, UPS, 5 kV MCC, 480V MCC.
Variable frequency driver (VFD) and DC drive theory/troubleshooting/experience.
Annual/quarterly/monthly/weekly electrical reliability planning.
Outage budgeting and planning.
Develops and implements appropriate electrical/electronic PM's and inspections.
Researches new and improved electrical/electronic equipment and technology for possible integration into existing plant systems.
Must comply with company safety rules and regulations and wear proper safety equipment while on plant grounds.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Physical Requirements/Working Conditions:
Frequent sitting, standing, and walking.
Some exposure to dust, noise, and extreme temperatures.
Job Requirements
3-5 years of heavy industrial construction electrical engineering experience, cement plant experience.

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