Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, PaperWorks Industries is a leading, integrated North American full-service provider of recycled paperboard and specialized folding cartons for packaging applications.
Our purpose is clear. To deliver innovative, value-added packaging solutions to the world while making it a better place for all.
At PaperWorks, we are committed to the highest sustainable forestry and procurement standards. Product certifications include the Forest Stewardship Council and 100% Recycled Paperboard Alliance.
Do you have an engineering background with a strong passion to uplift a company to greater heights?
Paperworks is seeking a team-oriented Plant Engineer with expertise in electrical engineering for our Wabash, Indiana mill.
In your day to day role, you will be a designer, problem-solver, facilitator, change agent, innovator, resource and project manager. Responsible for performing these functions on issues as they are assigned or arise within the mill.
The Plant Engineer will perform project engineering and design services for assigned capital projects. In addition, the Project Engineer will also assist with project implementation and on site construction management, as well as project management duties including cost reporting and control, and project scheduling. Assignments will include projects in both the converting box plants and the paper mills.
How you will impact PaperWorks:
Develop and prepare general arrangement drawings for internal approval.
Work with major vendors to establish major equipment requirements and design criteria.
Develop piping and mechanical design drawings.
Establish scope of structural modifications and design requirements.
Establish scope of electrical requirements.
Develop control requirements with operations and E&I technicians.
Supervise preparation of detail design drawings for disciplines performed by outside consultants.
Develop and issue specifications and design parameters for all equipment and components.
Develop and issue construction contract inquiries, specifications, and scope of work documents and assemble design drawings.
Develop and submit requisitions for equipment, material and construction contracts.
Supervise on-site construction activities and fabrication, including on-site and off-site prefabrication, when assigned on-site construction management.
Monitor and update project schedule on weekly basis.
Enforce all safety regulations and ensure safe operating conditions and safe practices. Maintain files of all safety documentation, contractor records, safety orientation, and safety meetings.
What you will need to succeed:
Four-year BS degree in Electrical, Mechanical or similar engineering discipline preferred from an accredited four-year college or university
Five (5) years of project work
Five (5) years of experience in Electrical power distribution
Three (3) years of experience in industrial environment. Experience in paper mill or converting/printing environment desirable, but not required.
Knowledge and training in AutoCAD and 3D modeling software (Solid Works or equivalent).
Strong computer skills.
Demonstrate a strong commitment to safety.
Demonstrate ability to lead team and utilize team environment.
Strong attention to details.
Strong problem solving skills.
Proven interpersonal and communication skills.