Job #: 26623
Title: Lead Maintenance Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer
Job Location: Charleston, South Carolina - United States
Salary: $80,000.00 - $95,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Yes
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Lead Maintenance Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer
Major manufacturer of Carbon graphite electrodes
Charleston, SC metro
- Collaborate with Production, Engineering, Mechanical Maintenance, Technology, Quality, SLC in the research and development of techniques, procedures, tests, and/or processes to ensure the optimization and efficiency of the production process.
- Coordinate with Production and Mechanical Maintenance, to ensure that the interventions meet the time requirements for both maintenance and production.
- Coordinate with the control of external companies, clarifying needs, facilitating / requiring the necessary information and documentation.
- Analyze the works to detect possible risks or incidents for their elimination or minimization and participate in preventive and corrective activities planned.
- Organize the tasks so that the daily tasks of maintenance, comply with the program and the plan established to maintain the operational equipment in their area of influence. This is to include the use of technologies in thermography and root cause failure analysis.
- Determine the stock level for spare parts adequate maintenance in the areas of influence.
- Prioritize the actions and assist Maintenance Supervisors in allocating the necessary resources, to give efficient and immediate response to the breakdowns, avoiding risk and negative impact on production. Planning that the work is done safely and on time. Making decisions in case of unforeseen problems.
- Determine compliance standards of safety, time and quality (good practices).
Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering
Will have at least 5 years experience performing electrical, instrumentation, and process control work in a heavy industrial environment. Experience should include trouble-shooting and maintaining 480 volt electrical distribution systems, maintaining and troubleshooting high voltage (12.5KV) systems with 120 VDC control circuits, 480 VAC motor circuits, 120 VAC motor control systems, and AC/DC variable speed drives. Experience should also include PLC trouble-shooting and minor programming. Trouble-shooting, repair, and calibration of closed loop control circuits and knowledge of wound rotor motor and resistive braking circuits is a plus. Previous work experience in applying predictive maintenance technologies of thermography is highly desirable. Previous work experience in implementing and maintaining a root cause failure analysis program is also highly desirable.
University - Bachelor`s Degree/3-4 Year Degree
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