Job Title: Maintenance Electrical / Instrumentation Reliability Engineer ( I&E )
Reports To: Project Engineering Manager
Location: Greater St. Louis area
Benefits: Full Benefits, casual working environment
About our Client:
Our client, headquartered in VA & with both U.S. and international plants, offices, and research facilities, develops and manufactures petroleum additives that help fuels burn cleaner and more efficiently, engines run smoother, and machines last longer.
- Provide leadership and direction to the electrical and instrumentation department’s reliability and training initiatives.
- Provide technical assistance and be the electrical/instrumentation maintenance liaison with plant engineering.
- Develop electrical reliability programs to improve the reliability of instrumentation and electrical distribution systems.
- Responsible for maintenance safety and environmental compliance initiatives.
- Manage labor relations and development training for E&I department.
- Lead E&I predictive & preventative maintenance programs.
- Develop and manage standard Work Procedures for instrumentation.
- Supervise daily E&I maintenance department employees.
- Provide plant turnaround/shutdown leadership.
- Lead and direct specialty contractors.
- Provide expertise regarding existing or potential engineering projects.
- Maintain and improve electrical and instrumentation systems and equipment, while leading maintenance safety and environmental compliance initiatives.
- Direct, coordinate and inspect installation, maintenance, support, documentation, and testing activities to ensure compliance with specifications, codes, and customer requirements.
- Observe daily operations to ensure design of equipment specifications and compliance with operational and safety standards.
- Read technical drawings, specifications of electrical and mechanical systems and components to ensure systems meet company standards
- Assist in developing capital project programs for new equipment and major repairs.
- Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering (four year college or university)
- Five to Ten years’ work experience within Chemical Industry in an industrial manufacturing environment.
- Proficient in Microsoft applications, Accolade, SAP
- Good working knowledge of National Electrical Codes
- Professional Engineering certification