Chief Electrical Engineer

Arizona - United States - Energy - Mining - Engineering & Design - Academic Bachelor

Brunel has an exciting opportunity for a Chief Electrical Engineer working for our client who a large mining company. This is a long-term contract role initially working from home with business travel to Arizona.

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Sarah Logan, Account manager

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About this role

  • Serve as Electrical Engineering subject matter expert (SME) on large/complex engineering and construction projects, including expansions or modifications to existing facilities.
  • Supervise, monitor, and develop engineering standards and practices in the respective discipline.
  • Supervise and manage engineering consultants and vendors to ensure scopes are properly established and that deliverables are met throughout all phases of engineering, in a timely and cost-conscious manner.
  • Review technical designs and calculations and perform independent checks/calculations to validate the design
  • Validate electrical MTO’s and perform independent checks
  • Supervise, investigate and develop appropriate recommendations regarding planned engineering projects.
  • Provide guidance and counsel to the management team on applicable programs, practices and existing/proposed local, state and federal regulations.
  • Contribute to strategic planning and budgeting efforts for designated engineering areas.

About you

  • Bachelor’s degree in an Electrical Engineering discipline and fifteen (15) years of experience in electrical engineering or related scientific field, OR
  • Master’s degree in an Electrical Engineering discipline and ten (10) years of experience in electrical engineering
  • Advanced knowledge of the principles and practices of electrical engineering
  • Able to research and analyze information of considerable difficulty and draw valid conclusions
  • Expertise and knowledge of specialized electrical design software
  • Skilled in managing large/complex engineering projects
  • Ability to develop and maintain awareness of occupational hazards and safety precautions
  • Skilled in following safety practices and recognizing hazards
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Extensive knowledge and experience in electrical engineering as it relates to mining and associated processes, such as crushing systems, conveying systems, pumping systems, mineral processing equipment, etc.
  • Design Experience working on large capital projects
  • Operational experience in mineral processing plants
  • Advanced Electrical Engineering degree and/or Professional Engineering (PE) Certification

What we offer

Why apply through Brunel?

Finding the next step in your career can be a fulltime job in itself. We manage the process for you, from submitting your resume to coordinating interviews to extending offers and assisting with on-boarding. Let us get you going so you can get on with the job;

About Brunel

Brunel has a reputation for working with some of the best in the business. That’s what we continually strive for. Over 40 years, we’ve created a global network of interesting clients and talented individuals working together through a vast array of services. Join us today.

About us

Large global mining company.

Summary

  • Publication: PUB307446
  • Location: Arizona
  • Market: Energy
  • Hours per week: 40
  • Branche: Mining
  • Education level: Academic Bachelor
  • Area of expertise: Engineering & Design
  • Closing date: Friday, July 16, 2021
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Feel free to contact

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Sarah Logan

Account manager Brunel USA - Houston

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