Allied Reliability Group Electrical Project Engineer in Germantown, Tennessee
The primary responsibility of this position is to provide electrical engineering services and support in order to promote safe, efficient, and reliable production runs to operations including the implementation and delivery of cost-effective capital and major maintenance projects.
Assisting in the conceptualization, development, and execution of capital projects
Develop a detailed scope of work, budgets, and schedules
Assist in preparation of Authorization for Expenditure (AFE) requests
Assist with project construction, commissioning, and handover
Consult with supervisors, tradespeople, operators, and purchasers
Provide input into the design and optimization of equipment to maximize reliability and performance
Solicit contractors, vendors, and consultants
Conduct engineering reviews of project plans, drawings, materials, and installations
Ability to coordinate, facilitate and conduct internal and external project review meetings
Supervise trades and contractors for safety and quality
Act as a point of contact/liaison, provide technical support for consulting engineers, contractors, suppliers, and external agencies
Travel to all US Lumber facilities to provide technical support including troubleshooting, problem-solving, equipment assessments, and sharing of best practices and corporate standards
Provide technical guidance to improve the efficiency, reliability, and safety of operating equipment through electrical engineering practices.
Contribute to asset life cycle planning and continual maintenance
Keep up with emerging technologies to ensure programmed equipment does not become obsolete
Reviewing Electrical Drawings including Power Distribution, MCC layouts, Single Line Diagrams, Wiring Standards, Breaker Settings, Etc.
Handle a wide range of verbal, written, and presentation communications including progress report writing, presentations on project status to peers, managers, and mill employees
Provide auxiliary support to facilities for shutdowns, safety projects, and other duties as assigned
Understand and apply applicable external codes and standards and regulations (ie. OSHA, NFPA, Building Code, etc.)
Assist in the development of internal safety and project standards
Completion of an Electrical Engineering Degree from an accredited institution is required
New graduates will be considered
The ability to read Electrical Drawings (Single line, Power Distribution, Interconnect, Control, etc.) is a requirement
Proven interpersonal and leadership/supervisory skills including planning, organizing, directing, and monitoring of work activities to achieve project objectives
Strong computer skills with experience in MS Office, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Microsoft Power BI is required
Strong problem-solving and project management skills are required
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
Self-starter with a desire to progress, learn, grow and succeed
Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form with all levels of the organization
As a member of the engineering group, you will be expected to model/lead safety behavior, be positive and supportive of company goals and objectives, and value diversity.
Embody the West Fraser traits of integrity, respect, humility, hard work, and frugality
Valid driver’s license and ability to travel at times significant amounts is required
Must be able to travel by car or plane when required
Travel will be approximately 40-50 %
Req ID No.: 2021-5624
External Company Name: Allied Reliability, Inc.
External Company URL: www.alliedreliability.com
Street: 1900 Exeter Rd # 105