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Electrical Engineer IV -- 121769 : Gas Meas & Reg Engg Exps
Ref No.: 18-06905
Location: Jackson, Michigan
Start Date / End Date: 10/30/2018 to 11/30/2019
Department: 121769 : Gas Meas & Reg Engg Exps
Job Category: Engineering / Technical
Job Code: Electrical Engineer IV:Electrical Engineer IV
Job Title: Electrical Engineer IV
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Number of Positions: 2    
Remaining Positions: 2    
Duties:

As an Electrical Project Engineer with Consumers Energy's Gas Metering and Regulation Electrical, Instrumentation and Control organization, your role will include the following responsibilities:

 

- Project engineering and design for site electrical power, lighting, pressure and temperature instruments, HVAC, electrical valve actuators and SCADA equipment.

- Product/process research

- Field technical support during construction

- Specification drafting and review

 

The M&R EI&C Engineer has many responsibilities. The engineer frequently coordinates with other internal departments including; Operations, Supply Chain, Project Management, Project Controls, Customer Account Managers, Customer Deliverability, Meter Technology Center, Warehousing, Gas Control and many others.

 

Coordination and communication with multiple internal and external groups and / or service providers is a must. Examples of this work may include replacement of a specific component at a regulator station or City Gate, or may be as complex as a rebuild of an entire regulation facility.

Skills:

Knowledge and Experience with the following is required:

 

- Electrical System Design/Installation for Hazardous Locations/Oil and Gas Facilities in compliance with the National Electrical Code/NFPA 70

- Design/interpretation of AC and DC electrical Schematics

- Digital pressure and temperature instrumentation specification and application

- Analog/4-20mA signals

- SCADA/PLC equipment design and applications

- Solid state and electrometrical relays for control applications

- Design/troubleshooting MODBUS serial communication networks

- Electrical valve actuators and solenoid valves

- Electrical Construction practices

- Preparation of bid packages/request for proposal (RFP) documentation and evaluation of construction contractor proposals.

 

Candidate must be able to use competent and professional written and verbal communication with project stakeholders including mechanical engineering, information technology, project and construction managers, and construction contractors.

 

Practical work experience as an electrician, equipment technician or other related construction labor is desirable.

Education:

Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET-accredited program is preferred. Alternative degrees (e.g. Mechanical, Chemical, etc.) will be considered with relevant experience.

 

Professional Engineer license is desirable.

 

Knowledge of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) is desirable.

Languages:
English Read Write Speak
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Skills:

Required

  • SCADA
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  • ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
  • INSTRUMENTATION
  • PROJECT ENGINEER

Additional

  • ACTUATORS
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
  • HVAC
  • LIGHTING
  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  • OPERATIONS
  • PMBOK
  • PMI
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  • REBUILD
  • SUPPLY CHAIN
  • AC
  • ANALOG
  • CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES
  • DOCUMENTATION
  • DRAFTING
  • ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
  • EQUIPMENT DESIGN
  • EXCELLENT WRITTEN AND VERBAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
  • PROPOSALS
  • RFP
  • SCHEMATICS
  • SERIAL COMMUNICATION
  • SOLENOID
  • TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Languages: English( Speak, Read, Write )
Minimum Degree Required: Bachelor's Degree
Also Preferred:
 
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Work Performed
Onsite:
 
State/Province: Michigan
City/Town: Jackson
Address: Jackson - Parnall Complex, 1945 W Parnall Road
 
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Start Date: 10/30/2018 Hours Per Week: 40.00
Est. End Date: 11/30/2019 Hours Per Day: 8.00
Schedule Notes:   Days Per Week: 5.00