POSTING DEADLINE Applications must be submitted by midnight, Monday, March 30, 2020. DEPARTMENT Department: Southern NM Gas & Oil Plants PREFERENCES - Combined cycle power generation experience
- Mark VI and/or Foxboro controls experience JOB DESCRIPTION Personnel in this job title may be covered by NERC CIP cyber security standards. If the position is covered, prior to being hired, promoted, or transferred into the position, the candidate must successfully pass a Personnel Risk Assessment, which includes identity verification and a criminal background check. Prior to being granted unescorted access to cyber secure areas, the candidate must attend cyber security training. Annual cyber security training is also required.
Under general supervision, manages large and significant engineering projects and/or a number of small and complex projects. Acts as a staff advisor and consultant. Provides diverse and advanced engineering and project management expertise.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages engineering aspects of large generation projects or many smaller projects
Provides troubleshooting, condition assessment, vendor capability determination, and test and repair procedures
Communicates engineering ideas, recommendations, and evaluations to diverse groups
Develops and implements projects and provides task updates
Creates and reviews work scopes, modifies/creates operating procedures, updates drawings, and reviews designs
Writes capital budget requests and provides justification for assigned areas
Oversees vendor supplied equipment
Leads or conducts performance, cost, and scheduling studies/evaluations that require advanced and innovative techniques and/or the modifications of standard practices and precepts
Represents the Company's interests in advanced engineering matters
Provides technical support, direction, and activity supervision to contractors and other associates
Identifies and resolves broad technical and/or organizational issues affecting the Companys goals and objectives
Applies extensive engineering expertise to improve or develop new standards Functions as a supervisor for staff engineers, professionals, technicians, and others
Extensive knowledge of and ability to apply diverse engineering principles and economic and decision analysis studies of complex issues to area problems including generation, process, fuels, planning, financial and regulatory issues, asset utilization, and environmental controls and regulations
Ability to translate theory and physics to power plant applications
Comfortable working in and around high temperatures, pressures, voltages (up to 345kV), and large rotating equipment
Ability to provide the operational areas with highly skilled and diversified expertise
Demonstrate good leadership skills
Advanced interpersonal skills
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Chemical Engineering from a four year college or university accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET), with five to seven years of experience.
Project experience is required.
Master's degree is preferred.
Three or more years of on-site plant engineering experience is required.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, AND REGISTRATIONS:
Professional Engineer's License in the State of New Mexico is preferred.
Provides advanced and often highly innovative technical direction and/or activity supervision to contractors and Company personnel on an as needed basis. May function as a supervisor and/or provide training for staff engineers, professionals, technicians, and others. Identifies personnel requirements, set schedules, and assigns work.
Ability to read, interpret various documents and apply national, state, and local codes and standards
Ability to write routine reports and correspondence, write speeches, and presentations
Ability to speak effectively before various groups
In depth knowledge of personal computers
In depth knowledge of electrical engineering design, computer aided design, project management, word processing, spreadsheet, and database software
ANALYSIS AND PROBLEM-SOLVING ABILITY:
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out complex instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with complex problems involving several concrete variables in complicated situations.
Frequent sitting, standing, and walking necessary. May need to crouch, bend, and climb. Will be exposed to outside elements and will work at various heights. May lift 50 pounds or less. Protective equipment required includes a hard hat, safety glasses, and hearing protection. Will work around operating machinery, pressure piping, pressure vessels, electricity, computers, office equipment, and construction equipment.
Time will be divided between office and field. This position may be located at either coal fired or gas turbine generating sites within the Energy Resources generating asset fleet. Must be comfortable working in a coal fired or gas turbine generation site. SALARY RANGE Salary Grade: G05 Minimum Midpoint Maximum $78,196 - $105,564 - $132,933 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT PNM Resources and affiliates are Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employers. Women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans are encouraged to apply.