Lead Plant Electrical Engineer


Daventry, United Kingdom

Your impact will be seen in these and other ways:

  • Supports major electrical and power systems for a facility;
  • Manages power and related infrastructure for a facility;
  • Discusses facility systems issues, such as air temperature concerns, with facility leadership; trouble shoots, and investigates most complex power system issues to determine root causes;
  • Develops plans and implements solutions that are efficient and cost effective;
  • Analyses and simulates facility electronic systems to ensure continuous and appropriate levels of power, heat, ventilation, and air conditioning in the facility;
  • Develops code and improves code to design, verify and validate controls for facility systems; services and maintains controls hardware and software;
  • Leads power disruption planning; works with utilities to establish and maintain power requirements for the facility; oversees installation, ongoing testing, and maintenance of back-up power sources;
  • Maintains relationships with internal customers and utility providers; manages skilled tradesmen and related contracts;
  • Works with facility leadership to plan for system upgrade; plans for and manages system obsolescence.

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Implement and ensure adherence to Cummins Corporate electrical policies across the sites;
  • Develop and maintain a documentation system which demonstrates the details of all maintenance, testing, inspections, modifications and operation of the electrical systems and equipment;
  • Coordinate and periodically review the shock/arc flash hazard assessments and subsequent labeling of applicable electrical systems and equipment;
  • Coordinate Maintenance of substations on site;
  • Support site on Puwer, Machinery directive and CE Marking across site;
  • Initial selection and period inspection to support the control and management of electrical contractors on the site;
  • Develop and manage upgrade program for onsite sub stations;
  • Manage plant engineering and facility projects within agreed budgets and time scales;
  • Input to the facilities plant budget, Capital plan and facility’s project planner.

Required Education, Licenses or Certifications:

  • College, university, or equivalent degree in Electrical Engineering required;
  • Specialization in Controls or High Voltage preferred.

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