A premier global multimillion dollar chemicals company is looking to add an Electrical Engineer Project Manager to their team.
This company aims to provide solutions across several industries; designed to help push customer products forward.
The Electrical Engineer Project Manager will be responsible for:
- Overall ownership and continuity for Project Engineering and management associated with instrument and electrical and providing technical expertise to the plant.
- Operate for strict compliance with the EHS regulations and requirements, for both internally and externally, for installation/modification of site facilities and production process.
- Compliance with and continued development of a zero-tolerance environment regarding occupational safety and environmental protection
- Ensure proper documentation for the site
- Prepare technical drawings, specifications of electrical systems, or plans to ensure that installation and operations comply with the standards.
- Plan the layout of electric power generating plants or distribution lines or stations.
- Consult with engineers, customers, and others to discuss existing or potential engineering projects or products.
- Maintain cost estimate sheet to keep aware of spending on daily, monthly, and yearly time-frame of projects assigned as project manager.
The Electrical Engineer Project Manager should have the following qualifications:
- Bachelor's degree in the field of Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology
- 2 months-3 years of instrument and electrical design experience including project management in the Chemical industry or Food/Pharmaceuticals industry
- Ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects and instrument and electrical design at one time
- Strong safety consciousness, strong EHS awareness and familiarity with EHS requirements
- Strong capability in problem solving and analytical skills, including the ability to organize and analyze process data, utilize statistical analysis, and effectively troubleshoot complex chemical processes, instrumentation, and electrical.