--- > >REFERENCE AVIONTE ORDER ID #1302605 Westinghouse PaR Nuclear is in need of three Electrical Engineers with crane experience. This position will be stationed at PaR's Shoreview, MN corporate office. Assignment duration is through the end of the year with high potential for extension. Additionally, conversion to a permanent position is an potential future option.
Position description and candidate attributes are described below: ? GEMERAL RESPONSIBILITIES o Sufficient knowledge within engineering discipline to perform, with direct guidance, routine design, analysis, and evaluations of technical products and services and prepare appropriate supporting documentation. o Verify routine design analyses and evaluations performed by others, as qualified. o Communicate with internal groups, customers, and vendors to obtain necessary information to complete work assignments.
o Solve routine technical problems. o Develop skills necessary to assume more independent assignments. o Plan and schedule own work within schedule and budget. o Identify and recommend improvements in processes on continuing basis and assist in implementation.
o Identify and assist in developing new business opportunities. ? POSITION SPECIFICS AND ATTRIBUTES o Crane control electrical design. o Controls based engineering.
o Read and create schematics that include power, control, digital and analog circuits. o Create wiring diagrams from schematics. o Create layout and assembly drawings. o Perform required engineering calculations such as electrical load and heat load.
o Writing factory and site testing procedures. o Engineering software includes AutoCAD, MathCAD, Excel and Word. o General knowledge of PLC control. o General knowledge of motor drives, programming and troubleshooting.
o Interface with shop and field technicians to resolve technical issues. ? OTHER POSITION PREFERENCES o General knowledge of Crane Codes ASME NOG-1 2010 ("Rules for Construction of Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Multiple Girder)") and NUREG-0554 ("Single Failure Proof Cranes for Nuclear Power Plants") is highly preferable.
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