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Georgia-Pacific’s Building Products (BP) Division is seeking qualified professionals for our Electrical Engineering (EE) opportunities.
What You Will Do In Your Role
The EE provides technical expertise and project engineering as required to support the BP Division capital execution plan and operations. The position will be responsible for the electrical project development, design, procurement, construction and start up of various projects within the BP Division. There are approx. 75 BP facilities across the US. The position required approx. 30% travel to various facilities and the ability to manage multiple projects. This engineer will have a direct impact on safety, reliability, cost reduction, and process improvement at our facilities. Areas of Electrical Proficiency: Power Distribution up to 15kV, System Grounding, Lighting Systems, Motor Controls, Variable Frequency Drives, Engineering and Construction Scope definition and Cost Estimating. Areas of Electrical Knowledge: Instrumentation and Controls Systems, PLCs, Networks – Ethernet, ControlNet, DeviceNet
The Experience You Will Bring
- BSEE or BSEET and eight or more years of electrical engineering experience as a site engineer in a manufacturing facility and/or as a consultant. Experience should include 2 years of supervised and 1 year of independent design of grounding, lighting, power distribution and motor controls system for an industrial facility.
- Willingness to travel up to 30%
- Experience with PLCs – to include wiring design and panel layout
- Experience with VFDs – to include specifications and working knowledge of special considerations for filtering and cabling
- Proficiency with AutoCAD – must be able to generate Electrical Plans, Schematics, Interconnection drawings and Single Lines
- Proficiency with Excel – must be able to develop basic spreadsheets with Engineering formulas
- Proficiency with Word – must be able to generate reports, letters, memos, etc
- Working knowledge in identifying and applying NEC requirements that affect Industrial Installations
- Estimating Engineering Costs and Schedules – ability to take a Project Scope and develop a list Engineering Deliverables and the manhours to develop along with a schedule to develop
- Estimating Construction Costs – ability to take Project Scope Documents and develop cost for Electrical Equipment, Electrical Materials and Electrical Labor Costs
- Scheduling and Monitoring of Engineering and Construction activities
- Bid Package Preparation – ability to generate and assemble specifications, drawings, standards and compliance documents required for Construction Project Bidding
- Physical ability to work on and around industrial equipment, including frequent climbing of stairs and ladders up to 100 feet
- Ability to wear PPE in designated areas
- Ability to respond to and support emergency issues on a 24/7 basis
What Will Put You Ahead
- Ability to independently design power distribution systems up to 600V
- Ability to independently design power distribution systems up to 15,000V
- EIT Certification in at least one state
- PE Certification in at least one state
- Experience with Rockwell Control Logix PLCs – to include programming, commissioning and troubleshooting
- Experience with Rockwell PowerFlex 750 Series VFDs – to include programming, commissioning and troubleshooting
- Experience in interpreting and applying NFPA and OSHA requirements pertaining to electrical safe work practices
Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
This employer uses E-Verify. Please visit the following website for additional information: www.kochcareers.com/doc/Everify.pdf
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