Engineer, Senior Electrical-00021P
The Senior Electrical Engineer is responsible for providing technical guidance, problem resolution and design support for operation and maintenance of electrical equipment for the assigned assets. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Perform the role of Subject Matter Experts (SME) for issues pertaining to electrical matters.
Troubleshoot, review, and implement solution for electrical problems/issues.
Provide technical standards/reports for preventative and predictive maintenance and repair of electrical equipment.
Provide technical expertise during testing, commissioning, and start-ups on new electrical equipment installation.
Support project engineering group in reviewing designing of electrical equipment, electrical distribution systems and substations.
Work within other organization to identify trends and opportunities to improve plant/stations availability, increase plant capacity, growth, reliability, maintainability and expandability.
Ensure that electrical equipment meets safety requirements and all applicable city, state, and federal codes and standards.
Review, improve, interpret, develop and maintain company standards & specifications for electrical.
The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering is required.
A minimum of 10 years experience in maintenance, operation and design in gas and/or liquid pipeline, petrochemical or refinery plants and storage facilities is required.
Expertise with power system design, power distribution equipment and protective relaying is required.
Extensive experience with design and troubleshooting of electric motors and related equipment including motor starters, motor protection relay, and variable frequency drives is required.
Experience in electrical modeling program (SKM, ETAP, etc.) for use to conduct power studies, short circuit calculation, coordination studies, arc flash calculation, and troubleshooting is required.
Basic understanding of preventative/predictive maintenance concepts and applications as it applies to electrical equipment is required.
Well versed in applicable codes, government regulations, standards, pertaining to electrical systems such as NFPA, NEC and API.
Must be self motivated and posses excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to interface effectively with wide range of technical, analytical and managerial personnel.
Ability to lead execution of work and resolve technical engineering and operational issues in a cross-functional team environment.
Must be willing to travel domestically up to 25% of the time.
Primary Location: USA-Colorado-Denver
Other Locations: USA-New Mexico-Farmington, USA-Colorado-Rifle
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Job Level: Individual Contributor
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