This position is for an electrical engineer for Plant Engineering's Charleston, SC office. The successful candidate will work with engineers and designers with a wide range of experience. The successful candidate will be expected to be proficient in the areas of power systems analysis and design, along with industrial PLC/DCS systems.
Areas of Emphasis
The successful candidate will be expected to have a solid working knowledge of the followings areas of emphasis, and a strong desire to expand their knowledge in these and other engineering disciplines as project demands require.
Power systems analysis and design, including system coordination and arc flash using at last one of the following software packages (SKM, EasyPower or eTAP).
Equipment sizing and application.
Development of equipment specifications and contractor Scopes of Work.
Development of cable, conduit schedules.
Industrial control systems (PLC and DCS) design and programming with emphasis on Allen-Bradley solutions.
Development of I/O lists, process flow diagrams, etc.
This position supports the Area Lead or Lead on assigned projects or evaluates, selects, and applies standard engineering techniques to a medium set of moderately difficult assignments.
Apply Cost Competitive Execution techniques to develop the most cost-effective total project solution for execution of the discipline engineering work
Develop and review specifications, including design criteria
Participate in activities associated with equipment and material procurement, permitting, and subcontracting
Perform and check calculations, specify equipment, and solve problems of moderate or complex engineering problems
Review vendor equipment documentation within the discipline and from other disciplines for compliance with project requirements, and actively seek discrepancy resolution
Analyze and make independent recommendations regarding solutions to problems with varying complexity in accordance with organization and/or project objectives and guidelines
Other duties as assigned
Advanced knowledge of discipline codes and standards, commercial availability and cost of materials
Practical field experience
Intermediate computer and software skills to include the use of word processing, e-mail, spreadsheet and electronic presentation programs