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Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Job Type: Direct Hire
Salary: $60,000.00 - $75,000.00
Degree: Bachelor of Science;
Date: 7/19/2017
Job ID: 02503363
Job Description
Industry leader is looking for an Electrical Maintenance Engineer.  This permanent position will maintain equipment in the production of steel.
Duties and responsibilities:
•    Oversee the Electronic Services employees for the Department 
•    Plan equipment outages and upgrades.  Lead maintenance, electronic services, and contractors during these plans, and on day to day operations
•    Maintain all equipment drives and control systems.  Develop and maintain system preventative / predictive maintenance schedules.  
•    Review and improve all electrical rules and guidelines.  Develop and provide training to all electrically qualified employees in the area for any changes.
•    Lead and assist in system troubleshooting and repairs.  Determine root cause and develop/ implement solutions to stop recurrence.  

Requirements:
•    Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology degree
•    5+ years of experience with motor control systems, PLCs in an industrial environment, including design, programming, installation, and troubleshooting experience
•    Experience should include working with all types of motor control systems,  D.C. motors, MG set controls, SCR controls, A.C. VFD from small HP to 5000 HP 
•    Experience with ControlLogix and Reliance AutoMax control platforms, Integrated control systems such as Westinghouse WDPF, C56, M5, mag amp experience
•    Field service experience in troubleshooting, repairs and improvements

For additional information or to apply, contact Clay Johnson at 412-856-8000 or send resume to clay@cliftonjohnson.com
 

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