Electrical Engineer

Tomahawk, WI

Req #9786
Posted: 03/28/24

We are seeking resumes for an Electrical Project Engineer at our Tomahawk, WI facility.

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Provide engineering services to maintenance and operating department personnel as required to resolve maintenance, technical, and equipment reliability issues.

  • Establish and maintain safe work practices and safe work environment for coworkers and employees.

  • Be sure that mill rules are enforced and that company policies are followed.

  • Supervise mill and contract employees as required.

  • Ensure that equipment files and database are maintained properly and understand equipment operation and function as required to determine preventive and predictive maintenance needs.

  • Develop preventive maintenance and predictive maintenance procedures as required to insure equipment availability.

  • Work with peers to effectively maintain equipment to achieve uptime goals as set by the department.

  • Prepare scope and cost estimate for assigned projects.

  • Develop an engineering, procurement and construction strategy for each project.

  • Design and implement approved projects.

  • Monitor and control project scope, schedule and cost.

  • Manage project construction.

  • Coordinate project commissioning and start-up.

  • Communicate project status to operation and maintenance.

  • Provide technical assistance to operations and maintenance to identify and solve routine problems.

  • Other duties assigned by Engineering Manager.

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS Degree in Electrical Engineering is required.

  • Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and follow up skills.

  • Demonstrated skills in setting priorities and delegating, analytical problem solving, and facilitating in a team environment.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.

  • Must be able to function and contribute within a team environment

  • Must be authorized to work in U.S.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Pulp and paper experience.