Electrical Facilities Engineer
Posting ID: JP-002665657
Function as part of a Facilities team, providing knowledge of maintenance, repair, and operations for various infrastructure, equipment, and building disciplines. Specialty topics may include, but not be limited to, the following: o Electrical utilities (supply and distribution, lighting, fire detection and alarm, etc.) o Automotive test and/or industrial process equipment and subsystems (PLC, variable speed drive, robotic, etc.) • Utility Management – Manage utility infrastructure reliability, capacity, and safety. Develop tracking / reporting to accurately communicate consumption, identify / resolve abnormalities, assess utility capacity versus demand, and analyze operational trends. Plan and execute necessary utility outage activities, including appropriate customer communication and support. Evaluate new technology and manage system end-of-life characteristics, seeking opportunities for utility infrastructure innovation. 25% • Project Management -- Work with internal customers and external consultants, contractors, and suppliers to develop initial concept, specification, design, procurement scope, fabrication / construction, and installation-related documents. Communicate and work with department design team members, bringing technical expertise and knowledge to projects, and managing the overall execution of projects. 25% • Budget Coordination -- Maintain organizational budgets for capital investment and expense activities, such as maintenance and repair of facility assets and contracted support services. Budget responsibilities include formulating requests, tracking expenditures, analysing trends, and adjusting budgets to address business needs. 15% • Contract Management -- Arrange and manage appropriate contracted services support, as needed. Ensure all work meets or exceeds defined organization targets, including health and safety, environmental, quality, cost, schedule, and confidentiality criteria. Manage work to ensure all deliverables comply with associated contract documents, codes and regulations, industry standards, and Honda standards, as applicable. 15% • Maintenance Coordination -- Prepare and execute preventative maintenance programs to ensure operational health and optimum uptime for assigned infrastructure, equipment, and building assets. 10% • Operations Support -- Utilize technical knowledge of electrical utility and infrastructure systems, project management, analytical decision-making, risk assessment, and troubleshooting / problem solving, to support facilities-related operations in order to meet or exceed organization metrics. 10%
Electrical Utilites, electrical engineering, facilities design/layout, Power distribution, fire alarm system, lighting, fire detection, Professsional Engineer, NFPA, NEC, OSHA, project management, microsoft project
Top Skills Details:
Electrical Utilites,electrical engineering,facilities design/layout,Power distribution,fire alarm system,lighting,fire detection,Professsional Engineer
Additional Skills & Qualifications:
Minimum Educational Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, or related discipline Minimum Experience 6-10 years of related work experience Other Job-Specific Skills Knowledge / Experience Required: Strong subject matter knowledge of industrial electrical utility and infrastructure systems (electricity supply and distribution, lighting, fire detection and alarm, etc.), through design, construction, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair activities. Peripheral knowledge of building / campus facilities management and operations, including construction skilled trades. Knowledge / Experience Preferred: Professional Engineering (PE) license. Project management experience. Knowledge of building codes, governing regulations, and industry standards, such as NFPA, NEC, OSHA, EPA, and local building and utility-related codes. Knowledge of alternative energy sources, including solar and wind systems. Knowledge of industrial process equipment, including PLC, variable speed drive, and robotic systems. Experience with Maximo asset management system software. Skills Required: Effective oral and written communication and presentation skills; customer focus (building productive relationships); Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Microsoft Project, and AutoCad / Revit capabilities. Demonstrated Abilities: Effective communication of ideas to gain consensus from individuals or teams. Technical proficiency with expertise on some of the topics within area of expertise. Balancing multiple projects simultaneously. Comprehending technical drawings and specifications. Planning and executing special projects and reporting. Working well in a collaborative environment. Honda Factors: Ability to balance the wants / needs of the customer with Facilities operational requirements. Knowledge of Honda project flow, budgeting, and cost reporting. Project tracking and reporting for PDCA and Nariyuki development.
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Recruiter: Jean Chambers
Phone: (410) 579-3072