The Electrical Engineer develops detailed design documents for new assignments, and guides less experienced electrical engineers and designers for the completion of the work. Assignments involve some unusual or difficult problems requiring specific job or industry knowledge.
In this role, you will manage contractor and service technicians assigned; plus, work with service technicians and plant management to improve equipment to meet specifically defined goals on uptime and productivity.
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$45K to $75K -Greenville, SC
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