Engineering Superintendent, Grand Forks, ND
Kelly Services is currently seeking a high level engineer for an Engineering Superintendent role for our large client in the Grand Forks area of ND. The person in this role is responsible for providing both overall factory project management expertise and engineering activities for assigned factory, including special projects as assigned. They will ensure the completion of 5-year engineering planning, pre-engineering for next year’s projects and overseeing current year’s engineering projects to achieve established objectives.
Staff: 1 exempt engineer, 1 Engineering Intern, 1 Engineering Coop Student Estimated Annual Factory Engineering Budget: $5 Million
NATURES AND SCOPE:
The Engineering Superintendent reports to the Factory Manager as does Production
Superintendent, Maintenance Superintendent, Process Engineer, Factory Chemist, MDS
Supervisor, Environmental Compliance Supervisor, Engineering Trainee and Factory Office Coordinator. Reporting to the incumbent is the Factory Engineer. An Engineering intern (May – August) and a coop student (January – August) also report to the incumbent.
This position completes the following essential functions within established company policies, procedures, deadlines and budget constraints:
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KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
To be successful in this position requires a four-year degree in an appropriate engineering discipline with a demonstrated knowledge of the core business typically gained through a minimum of five to eight years of applied experience in a processing industry or heavy construction management. The Engineering Superintendent must have a good understanding of the various engineering disciplines utilized throughout the factory in day-to-day activities as well as project engineering and budgeting abilities. This position must be able to plan and monitor projects, and supervise. Effective written and verbal communications in providing updates on capital project planning, progress and integration with inter-campaign maintenance is important, as well as the impact to factory supervisors’ cost centers. The incumbent must also be able to develop and maintain effective working relationships and ensure engineering projects are completed within established parameters. The ability to recognize, identify, communicate and recommend solutions to problems is essential.