A prominent, multi-billion dollar consumer products manufacturing company is seeking a Principal Utilities Engineer. The Principal Utilities Engineer will provide technical support for industrial utility systems and engineering compliance programs. Industrial utility systems include; refrigeration, (ammonia & halocarbons); HVAC; cooling water, (tower & chilled water); natural gas, (boilers, burner controls, gas trains); plumbing; fire protection and industrial gases, (nitrogen & CO2).
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in project management and designing steam piping. Candidates must hold a bachelor's degree and be eligible to sit for PE exam. The company will provide full company-paid relocation. The position is bonus eligible.
- Oversee engineering compliance programs include; Process Safety Management, (ammonia refrigeration, natural gas safety, cumbustable dust mitigation); Refrigerant Management.
- Provides technical support in the form of trouble shooting, compliance program updating, conceptual engineering, project scope development, budgetary estimating, physical audits, prototypical document preparation, and training programs for plant staff.
- Provides project support in the form of, detailed design reviews, system installation inspections, and commissioning services to ensure system performance and reliability.
- Supports and enhances an existing engineering compliance programs as required to keep them relevant, ensure consistency between plants, mitigate risk and ensure compliance as regulations evolve at the State and Federal levels.
- Supports plant, corporate and contract resources to ensure that compliance projects get developed and submitted in a timely manner. Including, working with stakeholders to coordinate and prioritize in the capital planning process at both plant and corporate levels.
- Bachelors in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering is required, with practical experience of 8 to 15 years in consumer products industry or similar utility systems.
- Candidate must at a minimum be eligible to take a P.E. exam, but already holding a P.E. license is preferred.