Job Summary: The Electrical Engineer is responsible for the safe, on time and on budget completion of assigned projects in aluminum extrusion, fabrication, and billet casting facilities. Capital projects are typically $1M – $40M and could consist of refurbishments of existing equipment and/or new equipment installations. Projects are expected to be developed within Capital Value Process. Typical job duties include working in a cross functional team from business case development through project hand-off to operations, schedule, and budget reporting, analyzing and adjusting project team performance, delegating tasks effectively, and closing projects. The position is currently assigned to support facilities and projects at locations in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Utah locations.
Job Location: Remote
Employees can enjoy several benefits including:
· Medical, Rx, Dental, Disability, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts
· Retirement Savings Plans with Company Match/Contributions
· Education Assistance
· Bonus Plan Eligibility
· Parental Leave
- 5 + years of experience in a manufacturing environment and with capital project life cycle.
· Electrical Engineering and/or manufacturing engineering background.
· Combustion, hydraulic and pneumatic experience is preferred.
· Experience in extrusion, casting and fabrication operations is preferred.
· Experience installing mill grade equipment.
· Design, or supervisory design experience in electrical systems, mostly 480VAC.
· PLC/HMI/SCADA systems design experience (Rockwell)
· Experience interfacing shopfloor level machinery with enterprise level control systems & ERP’s
· Microsoft Project
· Strong communication and technical writing skills
· Ability to manage electrical drawing packages and submissions
· Lean Manufacturing principles including waste reduction experience.
· Safe, on time and on budget development and execution of capital projects.
· Electrical engineering / design responsibilities from concept development through hand-off to plant through established PESHA process. Management of contractors in a safe and productive way.
· Work with internal and external engineering resources, equipment suppliers and construction contractors to achieve project goals.
· Perform engineering tasks such as analytical problem solving, design calculations, review of proposal from equipment suppliers /contractors, selection of equipment / contractors and drawing management
· Participate cross functional teams towards common project goals.
· Travel to vendor & supplier sites (domestic and international) as required.
· Spend minimum 3 of 4 weeks each month at plant site (4.5 days per week). Must spend quality time on floor with project team and understand the construction and start-up actions.
Travel: Depending on assignment and location, up to 80%. Relocation can be paid if you want to move to an established plant location in Indiana, Pennsylvania or Utah.
Security Clearance Required: No