Electrical Engineer (Paper Industry)

Company Name:
IMPACT Search and Placement, LLC
Electrical Engineer (Paper Industry)
Department: Manufacturing
Reports To: Maintenance Manager/Plant Electrical Engineer
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Under the direction of the Maintenance Manager/Plant Electrical Engineer, this position is responsible
for engineering support for all facility processes including design and maintenance of all IFIX systems, PLC's, Drives, Controls and programs.

Core Competencies
oCollaboration - Core: Working together with a variety of people and groups to accomplish more than
could be accomplished as individuals.
oInitiative & Results - Core: Proactively identifies and acts on problems and opportunities; sets
challenging goals and demonstrates urgency and drive toward achieving them.
oCustomer Service Orientation - Core: Demonstrates a commitment to quality and responsive service
to internal and external customers.
oAnalytical Decision Making - Core: Uses a logical and systematic approach to accurately analyze
data and make sound decisions in a timely manner.
oInterpersonal Awareness - Core: Know themselves and works to understand others' viewpoints and
recognizes the impact of own behavior on others.
Position Competencies
o: Ownership: Demonstrates a personal commitment to the success of the organization
oSafety Awareness: Takes responsibility for modeling and managing safety standards
oProblem Solving: Accurately assesses problems and effectively and efficiently arrives at excellent
oSystems Thinking: Prevents problems by continually looking at the whole, identifying patterns, and
considering consequences of actions.
oTechnical Expertise: Demonstrates a depth of judgment, knowledge and technical skill important for
the position
oProduction Efficiency: Completes projects and tasks efficiently and effectively.
oCommunication: Delivers clear, effective communication and takes responsibility for understanding
Position Duties and Responsibilities
oParticipates in the improvement/updates, implementation and operation of an effective preventative
and predictive maintenance program in order to minimize plant downtime and labor cost.
oResponsible for electrical engineering projects.
oResponsible for the design, fabrication, installation and testing of electrical controls systems.
oMakes recommendations that will increase productivity and efficiencies in the Maintenance
oProvides and recommends training and skill enhancements necessary to develop advanced
troubleshooting skills and systems.
oEnsure compliance with safety and maintenance procedures and practices.
oAssist electrical personnel with troubleshooting and repairing all production/facilities equipment.
oWorks with and involves the appropriate personnel based on the task/project that is being

oInvestigates equipment and software problems/requirements and makes improvement
recommendations to ensure availability and reliability

oRecommends E&I shop priorities and schedules to meet the needs of production, maintenance, and
the general plant.

oUtilize hands-on field troubleshooting and state of the art PLC and iFIX interfaces, instrument and
electrical systems, to efficiently locate and correct problems.
oAssists the Maintenance Manager/Plant Electrical Engineer in identifying and defining critical issues
during the planning, implementation, and production of new processes or capabilities.
oIs available by pager and/or cell phone to answer off-hour technical questions. Is willing to come
into the plant to help troubleshoot a late night or weekend problem when necessary.

oAssists in developing project plans and estimating resources and capital required for

oMay be required to provide technical support to other facilities.

Position Measures of Effectiveness
oReduced incident rate and worker's compensation costs
oProduction yield and quality improvements.
oPLC and Production Computer up time.
oProjects completed on time and meet financial objectives.
oThe effectiveness of new process implementation, including design and installation time and costs,
time spent troubleshooting after installation, and quality of product produced.

oDevelopment of skill set of the Electrical Department.

Position Educational Requirements
oRequires knowledge of AC and DC motor drives, Allen Bradley PLCs (Micrologix, PLC5, SLC500,
ContolLogix), iFIX, PanelView Plus, HMI programming, networking; oral and written communication
skills; PLC ladder logic programming ability.
Requires an Associates degree in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 5 years related

For immediate response please email your resume to: Larry@impact-tqr.com

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