Responsible for the supervision and execution of process engineering activities particularly those involving modifications to existing power plant systems. Assures that record drawings and documents are revised and maintained to accurately reflect current conditions. Coordinates and oversees process safety and management of change engineering activities. Coordinates and interfaces with all departments as well as supervises CAD design staff to ensure engineering drawings and designs are completed accurately and stored in the Adept drawing and document management system. Assures that documents are managed to meet corporate and regulatory requirements including NERC/FRCC compliance requirements.
Responsible to manage or coordinate process engineering activities in functioning power plant environments.
Responsible for supervising design staff as well as managing outside contracts for design/drafting services when required.
Facilitates drawing and technical document revision control, coordination and accuracy.
Coordinates or facilitates training, orientation, and technical support for direct reports and others as may be required.
Develops, communicates, implements, manages, and enforces compliance of appropriate policies, procedures, practices, and standards as applicable for process engineering and design staff and the generation and maintenance of drawings.
Creates and manages budget for all design technology items, evaluates new purchases or upgrades, makes software/hardware recommendations.
Supports other engineering and technical staff as internal clients in providing design, drafting, and process engineering consultative services.
Must be able to multi-task and have a basic understanding of all engineering functions with ability to interpret multi-discipline engineering documents.
Must have thorough knowledge and understanding of engineering standards, symbolism, terminology, as well as engineering data such as valve lists, piping schedules, motor lists, instrument lists, and miscellaneous specialty lists.
Understands and applies complex design principles and practices on daily work assignments.
Must be able to efficiently utilize software tools common to the industry.
Other duties as applicable to the position or as assigned
Occasional travel to various locations in-state and out-of-state to visit Seminole power plants, other industrial facilities, and attend meetings with consultants and equipment suppliers is required. Some extra work outside of normal business hours occasionally required. Requires working periodically in operating facilities with their associated extreme temperatures, inclement weather, high noise levels, working heights, and dusty or dirty conditions. Must wear a hard hat, safety shoes, safety glasses while at plants. May be required to use other personal protective equipment such as hearing and respiratory protection. May require entry into major process equipment during outages for inspection and evaluation. Must be able to effectively utilize catwalks and ascend/descend portable and stationary ladders. Must be capable of working effectively from heights of 250 feet. Must be able to safely lift objects of 25 lbs. Must be capable of effectively using a computer, telephone, and two way radio. Must possess a valid driver's license and have an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report (MVR). A valid passport may be required or ability to obtain one for any travel outside of the United States.
Bachelor's degree in engineering or a technical-related field or equivalent experience.
Seven years' experience in process or mechanical engineering roles in power, hydrocarbon, process, or related industry environments. Experience supervising or leading engineering and/or CAD design staff and experience working in a design environment is desirable. Professional engineering licensure preferred.
Seminole Electric Cooperative, Inc.