Boise Cascade has been in the business of manufacturing wood products and distributing building materials for over half a century. Today we're one of the largest manufacturers of plywood and engineered wood products in North America and the only wholesale stocking distributor for building products that can service the entire United States. Because our business is built on relationships, our employees are critical to our success. And we're committed to investing in them. That's why we offer a benefits package designed to have a positive impact on all areas of your life from health and well-being, career and community, to financial security and personal safety. We call it, Total Rewards. Here's a look at what's included:
Medical + Prescription Drug
Dental + Vision
401(k) Retirement Savings
Subject matter expert responsible for directing the efforts to realize safe and reliable electrical systems across the Wood Products Division. Responsible for the design, cost estimation, procurement, contracting, and commissioning of new, and retrofit/upgrade of old, electrical power distribution systems in wood manufacturing facilities. Acts independently on technical matters related to engineering. Supply technical and supervisory expertise for capital projects.
50% or more travel required.
Essential functions include:
Serve as the Electrical Engineering expert for the Wood Products Division and directs efforts to establish Division electrical safety policies and electrical system reliability requirements.
Conduct or direct electrical system audits throughout the Wood Products Division to assess electrical system risks (NFPA 70E safety and system reliability); prioritize the risks, quantify the costs, and establish a multi-year schedule to resolve the hazards; and establish procedures/protocols to administratively manage the hazards in the interim.Participate in Wood Products Division capital projects to help establish electrical system scope and cost, design and procurement specifications, and to review and approve electrical engineering consultant design packages.
Incorporate safety into designs and processes to reduce injuries that occur during operation and maintenance.
Model electrical systems to coordinate breakers and to establish acceptable arc flash energies.
Design electrical power distribution systems, switch gear, motor control centers, one-line diagrams, conductors/conduits/duct banks, grounding, lighting systems; develop specifications and procure related hardware, PLC's, and HMI's; generate drawings to support construction of those systems, schedule and contract the effort, inspect and assist construction, and commission the installed gear.
Plans and develops engineering projects involving exploration of subject, definition of scope, and selection of problems for investigation and development of concepts and approaches.
Maintain and gain relevant knowledge to keep abreast of industry standards, best practices, and technological advances.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Licensed as a Professional Engineer in Electrical Engineering.
Influential team leader/member who effectively communicates and works with a diverse audience to accomplish organizational goals.
Requires a minimum of 5 years experience designing, procuring, contracting, and commissioning electrical power distribution systems in the Wood Products or related industry, including arc flash energy modeling, time current analysis/coordination, and the selection of equipment to reduce arc flash hazards.
Expert knowledge of NFPA 70 National Electric Code and NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
Requires knowledge of applicable governmental, industry and insurance laws, codes and standards.
Requires an understanding of project management systems and techniques.
Proficiency using electrical power system software to model electrical networks and to simulate scenarios and analyze results (EasyPower preferred, ETAP, etc.).
Proficiency using MS Office Suite, MS Project, AutoCAD.