Responsible for the engineering, design, and commissioning of electrical panels and controls for the successful operation of engineered air pollution control and water treatment equipment – including motors, VFDs, motor starters/disconnects, fans, pumps, drives, dampers, heaters, valves, PLCs, HMIs, and instruments (pH sensors, temperature/thermocouples, liquid level controllers (switches and transmitters), pressure transmitters and gages, etc.).
Engineering and design duties includes calculations, electrical schematics and drawings, ladder diagrams, I/O lists, logic and control narratives, PLC/HMI programming, and component selection (motors, VFDs, PLCs, HMIs, instruments, valves, control enclosures, etc.). Additional duties include vendor communication, preparing purchase requisitions, customer submittals, and scopes of work for 3rd subcontractors (controls engineers, panel builders, party certification companies for UL, CSA, etc.), as well as reviewing specifications, approval drawings, shop fabrication drawings, installation instructions,
bills of material, and other related documentation.
Commissioning duties in the shop and in the field include panel build inspection and testing, instrument calibration, PLC/HMI programming, system start-up, troubleshooting, and customer support/training. Some travel may be required (typically < 25%).
Experience with AutoCAD, Solidworks, and other engineering/design software applications required. Experience with electrical design and safety standards (UL, CSA, cUL, IEEE, NEMA, NEC, IEC, etc.) and area classifications (Class & Division) required.
Additional Education, Skills, and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering or related field preferred
- 3-5 years experience with electrical panel design/operation or industrial controls
- Self-motivated individual – initiates communication and solutions without being told
- Professional communication skills – phone, in-person, etc.
- Ability to read and interpret engineered drawings, prints, and specs
- Engineering knowledge of air handling systems and/or water treatment technologies a plus
- Experience visiting industrial facilities
- Commitment to safety
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