As Electrical Engineer your role is to manage and develop a dedicated maintenance team, to work to the highest Engineering and Safety standards. You should be capable of applying professional maintenance to achieve an improvement in reliability at optimum cost, and support product quality improvements. Highlighting and delivering improvement projects, working within a performance team environment to support overall plant KPI’s.
Key Responsibilities & Accountabilities
As Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for:
• Safety; Engagement in safety conversations and safety systems at site level, focusing on Zero safety incidents and safety actions completed in a timely manner.
• Electrical safety; confident with electrical work in accordance with electrical laws, regulations and standards.
• Ensures the production line remains in compliance with all regulations and company procedures relating to plant equipment.
• Safe and effective Management of craftsmen and contractors during all maintenance and project activities.
• Reactive, preventative & Proactive maintenance activities in line with the Reliability goals and engineering strategy.
• Maintenance and improvements of the CMMS in line with the engineering strategy.
• Use of WCM problems solving tools on all engineering failures to ensure that they are investigated to root cause. Countermeasures put in place and their effectiveness monitored.
• Use of WCM tools to deliver improved plant performance. Basic tools, PM/AM and Focused improvement tools.
• Management of electrical spare parts. Ensuring that the correct parts are stocked at minimum cost in line with the engineering strategy.
• Development of electrical personnel in line with the engineering strategy.
• Actively participate in recruitment process of new electrical staff.
• Work as part of the performance team; deliver strategic projects on plan and to cost.
• Actively participate in technical development of production line capacity and performance.
• Work with electrical documentation like complete sets of drawings and instruction manuals.
• Keep the electrical documentation in “As built” standard.
• Specification, management and delivery of CAPEX projects, on time and to cost.
• Effective Management of change.
• 5 years + Engineering in a continuous process or manufacturing environment
• Experience from work with low voltage distribution systems in process industry.
• Experience from work with frequency converters and motor drive systems.
• Experience from work with electrical dimension and calculation tools ex. ELVIS.
• Experience from work with electrical AutoCAD is a merit.
• Experience from work with Siemens PLC-platform Tia-portal for process control systems.
• Management of people to include both internal and external resources
• Experience in and practical application of WCM tools
• BSc minimum in Mechanical /Electrical Engineering related discipline
• IOSH Managing Safety
• IT skills; intermediate level for Word, Excel.
Please apply here. The position will be open until we have found the perfect match, but please don’t hesitate to contact us, managing director Johan Kindesjö at email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that we will only process applications through our careers page.
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A part of Saint-Gobain
Saint-Gobain Sweden is a world-leading player in sustainable building solutions and materials. Our operations in Sweden include the Dalapro, Gyproc, ISOVER and Weber brands. With us, you become part of an inclusive work culture that is characterized by respect and diversity. We belong to the Building Materials Association and have a collective agreement with IF Metall, Unionen, Sveriges Ingenjörer and Ledarna.