Electrical Engineer - Engineer Pier Facilities
Works to enhances the reliability of the on-site electrical and mechanical engineering function of the Mechanical department at Pier Six.
Inspects and maintains the facilities and equipment to avoid repairs and out-of-service time. Insures that Pier 6 is up to industry ISO Standards.
Works with the Mechanical department to generate proposals for equipment modernization to achieve operational improvements and enhanced reliability.
Procures materials necessary, but within budgetary confines, for capital projects, maintenance activities and a protection stock of critical items to insure for the safe and efficient operation of Pier 6 and Norfolk Mechanical facilities.
Motivates and trains personnel to increase productivity and reduce cost. Ensures that all DEQ and State Air Board training records are current and up to date.
Documents software development for supervision and shop craft employees.
Required to be on call to assist and be on the scene of major delays or unusual occurrences. Assumes the responsibility for the Coal Pier in the absence of the Senior General Foreman Pier Operations.
Job Related Experience:
Minimum Level: 3-5 years Preferred Level: 6-10 years
Preferred Level: Bachelor's Degree (BS)
Preferred Majors: Engineering - Electrical Engineering
Licenses / Certifications: Required: None listed Preferred: None listed
Material Management System
MS Word/Word Processing
Skills and Abilities:
Senior General Foreman
Shift Work: No
Weekend Work: Yes