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We are seeking resumes for an Electrical Reliability Engineer in our Valdosta, GA. Paper Mill.

The Electrical Reliability Engineer is responsible for coordinating the planning, organizing, and completion of mill reliability programs within the area of assigned responsibility. The engineer will help to define and participate in the development of electrical reliability programs to improve maintain and improve reliability of electrical machinery in the mill. This includes providing technical direction, assistance, and solutions to maintenance and operating personnel.

Principle Accountabilities:

Responsible for managing all phases of developing key maintenance programs from conception through final implementation.

Will work with key maintenance and engineering personnel to support daily, monthly scheduled maintenance outages and annual outages jobs within the field of electrical maintenance and engineering.

Some crossover activities to the mechanical maintenance programs will be required to deliver complete programs for all types of equipment.

Will work with mechanical maintenance/engineering and operations personnel to complete electrical or mechanical maintenance projects and programs including: necessary training, stocking of spare parts, preventive maintenance checklists, drawing creation and updates, etc.

Supports the Mills goals for safety, environmental, and other areas of need.

Focus on electrical equipment reliability.

Manage equipment tracking and rebuild programs.

Utilize predictive & preventative maintenance programs to identify and correct equipment issues.

Input and update equipment information and documentation.

Develop equipment manuals for precision inspection and maintenance of equipment.

Manage area equipment PM and maintenance programs.

Manage assigned work for monthly and annual outages.

Assist with MS Project timelines for monthly an annual outages.

Plan and execute capital projects for maintenance replacements of equipment.

Effectively manage jobs for best result at lowest cost.

Look for opportunities to solve issues, reduce cost, and improve planning performance.

Solve problems utilizing the mill's RCFA program.

Effectively manages contractors for performing jobs.

Performs other responsibilities as needed.

Basic Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent education and experience required.

A minimum of 2-5 years' experience, or the equivalent, in Electrical maintenance.

Experience using Microsoft Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, Project, and AutoCAD.

Successful completion of drug screen required and authorization to work in the U.S.

Preferred Qualifications

Pulp & Paper industry experience preferred.

The successful candidate must possess the following Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Abilityto be able to work well under pressure and within time constraints, multi-task, and build sound relationships with both internal and external customers

Abilityto exhibit excellent communication, analytical, organizational and computer skills.

Capable of independently making sound decisions through creative problem-solving, ambiguity, and change.

Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple requests simultaneously.

Ability to read and understand technical correspondence, memos, instructions, and reports.

Ability to apply skills to continuous process improvement while maintaining maximum levels of safety.

Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities.

Strong planning and follow up skills.

Excellent people and process management skills.

PCA provides a competitive comprehensive benefits package.

All qualified applicants must apply at Careers.packagingcorp.com to be considered.

PCA is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.