• Develop, manage, and participate in programs, methods, systems and practices for maintaining a safe work environment
  • Apply corrective techniques to optimize equipment reliability and maintenance cost
  • Contract other technical and engineering groups for assistance beyond expertise or capability
  • Develop and institute plans for preventive/predictive maintenance on equipment related to areas of specialization to provide reliability and reduce cost
  • Develop testing, monitoring and calibration procedures for electrical equipment
  • Monitor equipment performance and make recommendations to improve reliability and reduce cost
  • Provide cost estimating and engineering proposals on routine replacement of equipment to correct maintenance problems or for the improvement of processing equipment
  • Supervise the installation of such equipment
  • Provide technical support to production and maintenance organizations throughout the plant to evaluate and resolve maintenance problems
  • Provide training to production, maintenance, and other departments in the proper operation and care of equipment in area of expertise
  • Develop the necessary training required
  • Keep current on new technology and equipment and evaluate same for use in plant
  • Attend technical meetings and seminars to maintain and improve skills as related to their discipline and areas of maintenance management
  • Actively participates in plant's Health Environmental, Safety and Security (HESS) programs and meetings to assure a safe and environmentally sound workplace
  • Assumes accountability for meeting plant safety goals and various other requirements including training, work permits, critical items inspections, job observations, housekeeping, reporting hazards and issues, and working safely in job assignments


  • Experience in industrial plant maintenance
  • Strong Troubleshooting skills
  • Candidates should have 3 to 15 years experience
  • Must be knowledgeable of electrical safety requirements as found in publications such as NFPA 70E
  • Must have knowledge of Arc Flash Hazards
  • Be experienced in switching of equipment at voltage levels from 480 volts through 230,000 volts
  • Must be competent in the maintenance and trouble shooting of liquid filled transformers, motors, breakers, cable
  • Should be knowledgeable in preventative and predictive maintenance techniques as they relate to electrical equipment


  • BS Degree in electrical engineering

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience with high voltage equipment operations and maintenance
  • Knowledge of Rectifiers a plus
  • Knowledge of NERC and SERC regulations a plus