Facility Engineer Job

Company Name:
General Motors
Facility Engineer-FAC0000094
Facility Engineer
This position is located at the GM Fairfax Assembly and Stamping Plant located in
City, KS. GM Fairfax proudly assembles the Chevrolet Malibu and the Buick LaCrosse.
Responsibilities Include:
Provide facilities level electrical
Assume responsibility for sustaining the existing facility assets
Manage 5 yr. forecast for asset refurbishment project requirements
Manage and deliver site and building facilities projects required to support manufacturing operations
Utilize PDPM process for delivery of projects
Utilize WFG Common Project Delivery Process as applicable
Provide site requirements and local support for major corporate and product programs managed by others
Assist Manufacturing Engineering during major product programs
Support maintenance and process personnel with interpretation and application of engineering criteria to maintain original design intent of equipment:
Correct selection and installation of equipment
Provide proper set points on controls of facilities systems
Assist in diagnosing repairs
Support and oversee PH/WWTP upgrades and maintenance projects to maintain reliability
Assist WFG maintenance personnel with the operation of the following types of plant systems:
Fire pumps - maintenance and testing
Powerhouse operation - all Utilities (steam, compressed air, sewer, water, N. Gas, electric, etc).
Tank Farm - operation and spill prevention
Fire protection - halon, CO2, sprinklers, water flow detection
Power distribution Including Plant wide Buss System and WFG supported equipment
General Building and Non Process Lighting - interior, exterior, emergency
Security systems - cameras, card access, fire and watch
Data distribution systems
Non Process Power backup systems - UPS for
room, diesel generator for waste treatment plant
Evacuation sirens
Facility related control systems
Additional Responsibilities:
Energy conservation Demand side management
Archive site drawings and documentation
Manage facility data and utilize CAFM process for maintenance of records and information
Track status of facilities related issues
Interface with other WFG units on facilities issues
Interpret codes, standards and regulations
Support IRI inspections (Industrial Risk Insurers)
Support Fire protection tests and audits
Office space planning
Liaison with local utilities problem resolution, repairs and reporting
Interface with regulatory agencies and municipalities
Coordinate regional maintenance contracts/blankets
Managed leveraged A/E partners
Engineering Support for plant utilities and environmental operations
Coordinate and implement corporate programs with Facility Engineering
ACAP system upkeep, condition assessments
Basic Required:
Candidates must be able to work each of three shifts as necessary on a rotational basis.
Oral and written communication skills.
High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual and difficult.
Demonstrated technical and professional skills in job-related area required.
Appropriate interpersonal styles and communication methods to work effectively with business partners to meet mutual goals required.
Basic Preferred:
Knowledge of computer software.
Knowledge of current technology in building codes and construction techniques.
Education and Training
Bachelor degree with a major in engineering or equivalent training/experience.
Primary Location: US-Kansas-Kansas City
Posting Date: : Dec 3, 2013, 10:23:03 AM - Ongoing
Job: Facilities
Req ID: FAC0000094
Date: Tue, 03 12 2013 00:00:00 GMT
Country: US
State: KS
City: Kansas City
Postal Code: 66101
Locale: en_US

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