Genesis Alkali, LLC

  • Electrical Reliability Engineer

    Job Locations US-WY-Green River
    Job ID
    2018-1110
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    Genesis Alkali is the world's largest producer of natural soda ash, offering a secure, reliable and diverse range of high-quality product choices. Alkali mines and processes trona ore and manufactures soda ash that is used in the production of glass, detergents, chemical manufacturing, pulp and paper production, and water treatment. It also produces sodium bicarbonate and other chemical compounds used in common industrial, agricultural, and household applications. Our main Alkali operations are in Green River, Wyoming, home of the world's largest trona ore deposit, with a corporate office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Genesis Alkali, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Genesis Energy, L.P., (NYSE: GEL). Genesis Energy is a growth-oriented master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, Texas.  Through four divisions: offshore pipeline transportation, sodium minerals and sulfur services, marine transportation and onshore facilities and transportation, we provide an integrated suite of services to refineries, oil producers, and industrial and commercial enterprises. For more information visit www.genesisenergy.com or alkali.genesisenergy.com.

    Responsibilities

    Posting Title: Electrical Reliability Engineer
    Location: Green River, WY

    Pay Grades: 20-22

    Position Summary:
    The Electrical Reliability Engineer is responsible for the execution of the strategic asset program, including strategic projects and the ability to share ideas with employees from operators to executives as well as external customers. The successful candidate will have a significant impact on the business by ensuring the optimal capacity of several plants to achieve organizational strategies; participating in the design, planning, construction, and approved plant upgrades and modifications; and development of the long-term Reliability Strategy.

     

    Primary Responsibilities:

     

    • Improve SHE (safety, health, and environmental) performance and reduce plant electrical equipment downtime by improving reliability.
    • Preventative and predictive maintenance electrical Pd/PM program development and oversight.
    • Identification of top electrical reliability priorities.
    • Development and execution of reliability improvement plans.
    • Track benefits to the business.
    • Additional duties may be assigned.

    Activities:

     

    • Develop and continuously improve Pd/PM programs. check effectiveness with periodic quality checks.
    • Analyze SHE impact, production loss, cost, equipment failure frequency to determine "bad actors," develop corresponding reliability improvement plans, and facilitate execution of them in a structured and timely manner.
    • Validate the effectiveness of the RIPs and track business benefits
    • Lead, or participate in (as a functional expert), RCAs related to equipment failures and SHE impacts.
    • Provide Electrical Maintenance Engineering with coaching and support
    • Provide guidance to ensure reliability and maintainability of electrical equipment
    • Participate in the development of electrical equipment upgrades, specifications and commissioning plans.

    Qualifications

    Required Skills and Experience:

    • B.S. from an accredited 4-year college or university in Electrical Engineering
    • 6 years of relevant Manufacturing or Industrial Maintenance or Plant Engineering experience

    Preferred Skills and Experience:

    • 9 years of relevant Manufacturing or Industrial Maintenance or Plant Engineering experience
    • Experience and knowledge of thermography 
    • Vibration analysis experience
    • Certified Reliability Engineer

    Genesis Alkali is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or citizenship.

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