Electrical/Process Control Engineer
The Electrical/Process Control Engineer provides electrical engineering primarily for process control and electrical designs, technical support for projects and support to Mill operating units. Manages capital and expense projects.
- Develops or oversees development of control system strategies, instrumentation hardware selections, electrical power systems including designs, drawings and specifications.
- Provides designs for P&ID development, loop diagrams, elementary diagrams, instrument specifications, communications systems, I/O allocations, process control cost estimates and construction documentation.
- Provides designs for expansion or upgrade of plant power distribution systems including substations, transformers, MCC's, electrical main feed and distribution lines and related.
- Procures process control and electrical equipment for projects.
- Coordinates and oversees process control and electrical installations and modifications to achieve project performance objectives and cost, schedule and safety requirements.
- Provides or arranges for operator and maintenance training.
- Investigates, troubleshoots and provides engineering solutions for repeat process control and electrical system problems and failures. Supervises corrective measures.
- Provides Mill-wide DCS support including configurations, programming, and process control upgrades for new installations or expansions. Works with Operating Units to develop Operator interfaces (graphics, screens, set points, related).
- Provides Mill-wide electrical engineering support for AC/DC electrical equipment including power generation, electrical distribution, drives, breakers, transformers, PLC controls and related.
- Support the Domtar Rothschild Mill reliability systems.
- Performs SAP roles mapped and delegated to the Electrical/Process Control Engineer.
- Manages and Coordinates Outside Contractors (sub contractors) and vendors. Serves as the company rep for same.
- Utilizes Front End Loading process in achieving capital effectiveness to "do the right projects right."
- Fulfills safety roles and responsibilities
- Actively involved in safety initiatives
- Demonstrates consistent personal safe work practices
- Holds people accountable for safe work practices
- Meets commitments
- Achieves results/successes aligned with mill goals
- Recognizes and initiates needed work without direction
- Resolves conflicts
- Builds positive relationships
- Works well across organizational boundaries
- Builds commitment
- Focuses on vital few business priorities
- Leads by example
- Respected by co-workers
- Takes on difficult or unpopular assignments
- Willing to cross boundaries to do the necessary work
- Effectively uses time and resources to achieve results
- Bachelor's degree in Electrical or related engineering field.
- Five to ten years progressively responsible industrial experience in electrical power/utilities, instrumentation and distributed control system (DCS) applications engineering.
- Strong knowledge of electrical/instrumentation/process control engineering with experience in project design and implementation practices.
- Strong written and oral communication skills to effectively communicate project and technical activities across all levels of the company.
- Familiar with National Electrical and Wisconsin Codes, OSHA requirements, NFPA70E, energy conservation as related to power factors, motor loads, motor efficiencies, motor types and motor applications.