Entry Level Maint. Engineer
Walker Consulting - Columbus, MS

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Tasks and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Be a role model for an injury-free work place. Analyze chronic equipment failures and high maintenance/cost equipment. Use "Failure Analysis" to systematically understand failures by determining and documenting the root cause. Develop and implement solutions to prevent repeat failures. Analyze maintenance-related downtime weekly to fully understand the source of the downtime and ensure appropriate level of response is taken to eliminate repeat issues. Provide technical and engineering "go to" support in solving day-to-day production and maintenance problems. Support the preventive and predictive maintenance programs. Maintain Mechanical Integrity program and support Process Safety Management. Provide input to annual and 5-yr area maintenance budgets. Analyze financial service cost vs. target and address equipment not delivering targeted cost performance. Maintain long-term maintenance plan for rotating equipment, rebuilds and major maintenance. Estimate, plan, and manage maintenance projects to budget for routine work, quarterly outages and major outages. Provide capital and expense project design, development, and execution. Provide contractor work management and coordination for routine and major shutdown jobs per mill standards using best engineering practices.
The successful candidate will promote safety and performance excellence in all areas of influence and will have a desire and ability to work as a team player in a continuous process industry in a high-performance work environment.

Qualifications
Required Qualifications
BS (or equivalent experience) in Mechanical or Metallurgical Engineering Use of precision measurement tools and assembly techniques Interpersonal skills necessary to work within a diverse organization Ability to manage multiple projects at one time Excellent written and oral communication skills, organizational and planning skills, facilitation skills, computer skills Willing to work extended hours, particularly during scheduled outages

Preferred Qualifications
Prefer 1-2 years of reliability/mechanical engineering experience (including co-op or internship) in a Kraft Pulp Manufacturing Industry Familiar with Maintenance Best Practices Familiar with ASME, NBIC and API codes and OSHA regulations Familiar with Process Safety and Pressure Vessel Safety Familiar with rotating equipment, pressure vessels, piping systems, and atmospheric storage tanks

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