Date Posted: 1/24/2023 6:20:50 PM
Location: Houston, TX
Job Type: Full Time
Salary (USD): $85,000 - $95,000
Title: Fleet Operational Engineer
Location: Houston, TX
Shift: 1st shift
Compensation: $85k - $95k/annual + 5% annual bonus (based on experience)
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Prescription Drug Insurance | Company-Paid Life Insurance
Flexible Spending Account (FSA) | Wellness Programs and Incentives | 401(k) Retirement Plan & Company Match | Paid Time Off (Sick & Vacation) | Paid Holidays | Hybrid Work Schedule
Travel: 30% - 40% the 1st year for training. After that occasional travel (~15%) on a case-by-case basis in direct support of troubleshooting events
Vaccine Requirement: No COVID19 vaccine requirement
Position Description: Fleet Operational Engineer
As a Fleet Operational Engineer, you will be a key integrator between Design Engineering to construction and system commissioning. Additionally, as an expert in system operations and design you will be assisting fleet technicians as a resource in maintenance, troubleshooting, and repairs.
Additional duties and responsibilities will include:
• Read and understand system schematics and cable schedules for sites being developed.
• Communicate technical topics to target audiences who may not have technical backgrounds.
• The use of Microsoft Office products, PDF editing, and required software for PLCs and Protection Relays.
The ideal candidate is a former Navy Nuke ET or EM with 8 or more years of service.
Additional qualifications include:
• Understand PLCs (Deep Sea Electronics, ComAP controls, and other industrial PLC or PAC) and their ladder logic or similar functions or be able to learn them.
• Understand system electrical protection relays such as SEL and ABB devices or be able to learn them.
• Understand electrical fundamentals with respect to 3 phase power generation, power distribution, energy storage systems, integrated system controls, and system monitoring.
• Capable of troubleshooting and repairing components of the previous bullets.
• Basic understanding of networking for setting up a LAN for sites.
• Basic understanding and use of SCADA systems for editing and operation.
• Familiarity with the use of tooling, multimeters, meggers, and other test equipment necessary for the commissioning, maintenance, and troubleshooting of electrical distribution and controls.