Electrical Engineer

Application deadline: Applications will be accepted until position is filled

Millar Western’s Whitecourt Pulp Division is seeking a Electrical Engineer. Reporting to the Engineering & Maintenance Manager, the successful candidate will be an integral member of our engineering and maintenance leadership team and responsible for the development and implementation of asset reliability and maintainability programs and processes for our world class BTCMP pulp mill. The successful candidate will lead investigations along with site staff to identify and resolve plant electrical system issues and direct efforts to enhance electrical plant efficiency. This individual will also supervise automation system upgrade implementation involving conveyors robotic systems, product handling and palletizing systems.

The ideal candidate
The preferred candidate will be a Professional Electrical Engineer with 3-5 years’ experience working in an industrial facility. They will have a strong background in preventive/predictive maintenance, coupled with electrical/instrumentation design and project management experience. The candidate must have a good command of CEC, NFPA, CSA, ULC, NEMA and IEEE standards and codes.  Previous experience working with CMS, SAP, WinMops, and AutoCAD, will be considered an asset.

Why work for us?
Millar Western is a privately-owned Alberta company active in the forest products business for more than a century. Operating a high-tech pulp mill supplied with sustainably sourced fibre, the company provides stable, full-time employment in lively, friendly, communities offering an excellent quality of life.

We offer:
• a competitive wage and benefits program that includes a pension plan, comprehensive dental and health insurance and a profit-sharing plan
• a commitment to the highest safety standards, with a safety program recognized under Partners in Injury Reduction, Work Safe Alberta and the Premier’s Award for Healthy Workplaces
• a collaborative and respectful work environment that values the skills of our people and encourages them to take on new challenges and advance within the organization

This position is located in the town of Whitecourt, a vibrant community 170 kilometers northwest of Edmonton, offering excellent housing, educational and recreation opportunities.


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