John Deere Facility Engineer-Electrical in Horicon, Wisconsin
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Primary Location: United States (US) - Wisconsin (US-WI) - Horicon
Function: Manufacturing Engineering
Title: Facility Engineer-Electrical - 42927
As a Facility Engineer, Electrical Engineering, for John Deere, you will provide project management services and Electrical Engineering technical support related to implementation of facilities infrastructure projects primarily at John Deere manufacturing facilities in Horicon, WI. In addition you will:
Provide project management using project management processes for small to medium scope facility infrastructure projects typically up to $10M in capital spend. Project management responsibilities include cost, schedule, risk mitigation and quality control
Provide technical guidance and coordinate with the work of internal resources, external design professionals, and construction contractors from concept through implementation for your own projects or in support of other project managers
Perform engineering analysis of facility electrical systems, make design decisions, and provide proposals for solutions to facility engineering issues at multiple factories
Communicate and ensure a collaborative environment with high performance teamwork with leadership, Manufacturing Engineering, environmental staff, supply management, maintenance, facilities staff, consultants, and contractors
Provide life, safety and building code analysis on facilities projects and support and implement programs within the organization to prevent injuries and illnesses. Assist in the identification and resolution of potential environmental, safety, ergonomic and health hazards
Coordinate with internal Supply Management to develop project sourcing strategies and research market for qualified suppliers of materials and services. Prepare purchase requisitions for management approval
Visa sponsorship is NOT available for this position.
May be some ocassional support of off-shifts, weekends, and holidays as required by project work
What Skills You Need
5+ years of experience with Electrical Engineering systems and design including experience interpreting code and regulations (NFPA 70 - NEC Code Book)
Capable of implementing life, safety and building code analysis and supports and implementing programs within the organization to prevent injuries and illnesses. Assist in the identification and resolution of potential environmental, safety, ergonomic and health hazards
Ability to understand and apply electrical principles, know electrical components, basic factory power distribution systems (13.8 kV, 480 V, 110V), be able to troubleshoot these systems, be able to design and calculate and install power distribution equipment within the factory (switch gear, interrupters, breakers, Etc.) and have knowledge to apply proper capacitance and grounding systems
Demonstrated multi-discipline project management experience on projects of up to $10M in capital spend focusing on schedule, budget and quality expectations with the ability to prioritize multiple active projects simultaneously
Demonstrated experience in procuring and coordinating multiple skilled trades, contractors, and outside consultants to achieve project objectives
Experience with applying engineering systems design principles in or to support a manufacturing environment
Experience with computer aided design and SKM Power Tools for Windows
Ability to collaborate with factory leadership to deliver solutions that are aligned with factories’ strategies and goals
What Makes You Stand Out
Experience providing troubleshooting of the facility infrastructure and production to support, manufacturing, distribution and maintenance operations. Capable of responding to critical electrical distribution down situations
Knowledge of construction industry project delivery methods, controls, and construction contract management
Cross competency experience with Manufacturing Engineering, Operations Supervision, Supply Management, Environmental, or Maintenance Engineering
Working knowledge of Safety standards, quality and environmental laws, regulations and goals
Registration as a licensed professional engineer or equivalent
Formal project management training and PMP Certificate (Project Management Professional)
Education (or equivalent work experience)
Bachelor's or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering
What You'll Get
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The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines.
John Deere is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.