Safety: Participates in plant safety processes.
• Safety: Participates in the investigation of mechanical related incidents. This position will be assigned as the incident owner for incidents most likely caused by an instrument or electrical failure.
• Responsible for the preventive maintenance programs for instrument and electrical equipment.
• Responsible for the predictive maintenance programs for instrument and electrical equipment.
• Maintain surveillance of relevant new manufacturing technology.
• Provide instrument and electrical technical leadership for the plant I/E technicians.
• Provide training for the operation of new instrument and electrical equipment.
• Support the modification of operating procedures as needed to improve instrument and electrical reliability.
• Utilize GPMate and OAU data to develop reliability and maintenance cost improvement plans.
• Responsible for knowing and applying all industry, corporate and plant engineering standards to existing and new equipment.
• Must collaborate with process engineers to minimize equipment damage from operations.
• Lead small projects to replace, upgrade or expand instrument and electrical equipment.
• Participate in project teams used to replace, upgrade or expand plant operations.
• Responsible for leading the root-cause investigation for significant, repetitive or potentially hazardous instrument and electrical equipment failures.
A four-year mechanical, electrical or control systems engineering degree is preferable with an additional five years of related industrial experience.
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