Electrical Engineer

  • Responsible for all aspects of the electrical engineering of an automotive paint shop project.
  • Hold weekly project progress meetings with the engineering support team to keep them informed of any scope changes and/or priority changes
  • Hold meetings with the manufacturing staff and/or operations staff as needed to discuss any issues which might affect their duties to perform their own work tasks (design review meetings)
  • Provide all pertinent electrical engineering as it relates to project scope and review with the electrical engineering group manager, as needed
  • Document all project communication as it relates to issues involving problems, concerns, scope changes (i.e., D.C.R.'s, F.A.R.'s, C.I.S.'s) and/or interruptions that may affect the completion of the project and/or engineering schedule
  • Process all pertinent purchase orders through the salesperson and purchasing agent, in a timely fashion, to maintain the proper progress of the construction schedule
  • Select all the proper equipment and vendors, as it relates to the demands of the client, project scope, project budget, and/or project schedule
  • Verify all equipment certified drawings, and equipment performance
  • Provide the start-up personnel with all necessary information, in a timely fashion and prior to implementing the start-up schedule (i.e., specifications, drawings, schedule, training, etc.)
  • Provide start-up assistance during the start-up / debug schedule, as needed
  • Track all subcontractor, engineering, and CAD drawings with the project schedule
  • Verify that all subcontractors have the latest drawing revision and updated drawing log
  • Review and approve all subcontractor drawings for general arrangement, scope and compliance with specifications.
  • Maintain documents as Identified In scope of work responsibility matrix (I.e., DCDL)
  • Travel to job site (Domestic & International) as required. Short and Long term.
  • Always maintain a valid Passport.
  • When on-site, report activities and take direction from Project Director.

 

The ideal candidate for this role will have at least 3 years’ experience that includes industrial controls for paint finishing systems in the automotive industry and have demonstrated initiative and effective communication skills. We offer an extremely competitive compensation and benefits package.

Job Requirements: Must have 5+ years managing the electrical controls for all components in automotive paint finishing systems.

Job Number: 15334
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