Electrical Project Engineer? Perrysville, OH area
Major producer of flat rolled steel and stainless is looking for a talented and dedicated Electrical Project Engineer to join the team. You will be responsible for managing capital engineering projects and participate in engineering evaluations and recommendations for proposed equipment and design. We will need you to be able to implement projects without impacting production, work well in a team environment, have excellent communication, analytical and time management skills. We offer excellent compensation with bonus, full employee benefits, including tuition reimbursement, excellent growth and advancement opportunities ? all with a company with the strength and stability to there for you for the long run.
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? Manage multiple capital engineering projects to include: preparation of designs, scope of work and technical documentation, generate cost estimates, selection of suppliers and contractors.
? Implement and manage projects to meet or exceed the goals of the projects without impacting production.
? Participate in technical investigations, studies, problem review, new and proposed equipment, materials, processes and facilities.
? Provide evaluations and recommendations for proposed equipment and design.
? Make decisions with a clear business focus on safety, quality, and productivity.
? Other duties as assigned.
? Bachelor?s Degree in Electrical Engineering.
? 3-10 years?experience in an industrial environment.
? Experience with PLC?s, AC/DC drives, instrumentation and crane experiencepreferred
? Engineering, mechanical and electrical knowledge
? Experience in troubleshooting and problem solving to determine root cause
? Knowledge of melting and casting steel or other metals preferred.
? Knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC) and industrialelectrical equipment.
? Excellent communication, analytical and time management skills.
? Strong computer skills.
? Must be able to work extended hours to support operations during and outside maintenance outages
? Must now be a US Citizen or US Permanent Resident