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Power Engineer

Details: A Power Manager job in Charleston, SC is currently available through Belcan. In this role, you will be responsible for product designs and models for leading and managing the power and site services area. To be considered for this role, you will have a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, and ten or more years of experience industrial power engineering. At least eight years of management experience is required. This is a very visible, direct hire opportunity with a growing company and has excellent upward mobility. Power Manager Job duties: - Improve equipment reliability by reducing machine downtime and unscheduled maintenance - Manage multiple employees across shifts - Manage multiple small projects - Analyst project needs from a cost standpoint Qualifications: - Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering - Minimum of 10 + years of experience, with 8 + years of management experience. - Ability to comprehend P&ID's preferred - Ability to utilize a process parameter trending technology package (ASPEN IP21) preferred - SAP experience Maintenance Work Centers and Purchase Requisitions preferred If you are interested in this Power Manager job in Charleston, SC, please apply via the "apply now" link provided. Belcan is a global supplier of engineering, technical recruiting, and IT services to customers in the aerospace, industrial, and government sectors. Belcan engineers better outcomes through adaptive and integrated services--from jet engines, airframe, and avionics to heavy vehicles, chemical processing, and cybersecurity. Belcan takes a partnering approach to provide customer-driven solutions that are flexible, scalable, and cost-effective. 287910
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Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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