Under the direct supervision of the Engineering Services Manager, the Electrical Control Engineer provides technical support to operating regions as well as design engineering, assembly/installation supervision and commissioning in capital projects assigned. (Dotted Line Supervision with Plant Manager of Facility)
- Comply with Boral Safety Policies and Procedures
- Provide technical support in all electrical / electronic / process control aspects to operating regions and report results to the Engineering Services Manager
- Design, commission and provide training concerning electrical control projects as assigned. This is inclusive of electrical loading calculations, panel layouts, boms, schematics, flow charts, cabling sheets and software documentation.
- During job project progression, supervise electrical panel assembly shops, electrical contractors and plant electrical personnel
- Recommend needed circuitry modifications to insure not only increased production efficiency, but also increased production personnel safety
- Liaise with regional plant technicians, through regional plant management, to insure an open communication channel of uninterrupted feedback request for technical support
- Insure proper documentation of all projects, modifications and revisions concerning both hardware and software control aspects within the regional production facilities
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Must possess strong communication and handwriting skills at an engineering level- should be able to clearly and precisely explain and document any hardware/software projects as well as problems and solutions.
- Computer literate - strong knowledge of computers required, including Microsoft Windows based operating systems, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project.
- Remain current with PLC equipment, software, and practices by attending courses at approved PLC manufacturers training centers.
- Lay out/ construct additional electrical circuits or deleted circuits. Update any changes to electrical schematics.
- Troubleshoot, repair and adjust PLC electrical systems.
- Diagnose electrical problems using various meters and related equipment.
- Read and understand electrical schematics and blueprints.
- Working knowledge of single phase, three phase motor systems and control circuits.
- Ability to apply ANSI, IEC and NEMA standards design within the electrical industry.
- Knowledgeable of OSHA safety requirements. (29 CFR 1910)
- Strong knowledge of National Electrical Code. (NFPA 70) and Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA 70E)
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