The Project Electrical Engineer reports to the Engineering Supervisor – Electrical and is assigned duties on a project basis. This position requires demonstrated competency in the theory and practice of electrical and instrumentation engineering, and general knowledge of other engineering disciplines. The role involves leading multiple projects concurrently with application of sound engineering knowledge accompanied by proficiency in project management. Assignments will also include electrical/instrumentation engineering support to the Mechanical Engineering group. In performing the duties of this position, the candidate will interface with vendors, contractors, consultants, Procurement, Maintenance, Operations, CAD Operators, and other disciplines, as necessary. Although the role has no daily direct supervision responsibilities, the candidate will direct work of others in managing/leading projects.
Duties & Responsibilities
· Provides Project Management for Capital, Expense, and work order projects as assigned.
· Develops scope, cost estimates, project timetables, and cost records on an individual project basis.
· Tracks and maintains project costs, budgets, cash flow, and accruals.
· Carries projects through from initial concept, evaluation of alternatives, estimating, specifications, design, bid review and selection, installation, and commissioning, including training, spare parts, equipment files, and documentation.
· Demonstrates ability to assimilate oneself to the pulp, papermaking, and coating processes, and all related equipment as assignments will encompass the full mill assets.
· Develops and maintains positive working relationships with all constituencies.
· Prepares status reports and closing reports for assigned projects.
· Effective time and cost management skills. Ability to coordinate work and avoid conflict in the face
of production schedules, scheduled production outages, and other engineering project activities.
· Assures his/her engineering output is consistent with established work standards, meets applicable
codes, and is performed safely with no adverse impact on the environment.
· Maintains and grows professional competency in his/her field and stays current with technologies
and products that provide opportunities for improved business results.
· Completes all required environmental, safety and compliance training.
· Must possess a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology with a minimum of three (3) years experience in project engineering. Demonstrated working knowledge with the following computer software; Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Project, and AutoCAD.
· Experience in the consulting or manufacturing is desirable. Any prior assignments involving electrical and/or instrumentation project management in the pulp and paper industry is a plus.
· Comfortable with time and cost sensitive assignments while handling a diverse workload.
· Good interpersonal skills aided by effective verbal and written communications.
P. H. Glatfelter Company (Glatfelter) is a manufacturer of specialty papers and fiber-based engineered products. It manufactures a range of...