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Facilities Electrician, Operations and Design

Company: Experis
Location: Boise
Posted on: July 5, 2024

Job Description:

Job Description

Our vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life for all.

Micron Technology is a world leader in innovating memory and storage solutions that accelerate the transformation of information into intelligence, inspiring the world to learn, communicate and advance faster than ever.

Have you ever dreamed of contributing to the development of groundbreaking technologies? Micron plans to invest more than $150 billion globally over the next decade in leading-edge manufacturing and R&D, including fab expansion in the United States giving us the opportunity to bring in passionate team members to help us continue to be at the forefront of memory in the World. Micron has an outstanding opportunity for a high energy, tenacious, ambitious, result driven individual with a strong work ethic and integrity to join our Facilities Team in Boise, Idaho.

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Job Summary and Description:

Looking for experienced Facilities Electrical Engineers to be part of the design, construction, commissioning, and sustaining operations for our new state of the art high volume manufacturing Fab and existing technology development fab in Boise, ID. The Facilities Electrical Engineer at Micron Technology, Inc., is responsible for working in a team environment with parallel engineering disciplines, to analyze operational efficiency activities, identify cost effective sustaining and manufacturing improvements and provide design input on projects. Will provide input for operations, maintenance and troubleshooting of all electrical distribution systems and equipment. This position works directly with the operations team technicians and outsourced vendor maintenance teams monitoring systems parameters via intelligent systems such as SPC/IOT and SCADA (Schneider Electric), ensuring they are running within specifications. Site has dynamic voltage recovery and dynamic UPS systems for bridging power bumps and outages. Responsible for overall electrical system integrity including routine short circuit analysis, coordination studies, arch flash updates, reliability, and predictive improvements. Responsible for tracking system loads, forecasting consumption and maintaining utility budgets. This posting requires a hard work ethic and diligent attention to detail. The Facilities Electrical Engineer must have the pertinent people skills that enable the coordination with other system owners, maintenance crews and construction trades to drive projects and daily tasks. Will be responsible to develop operations and maintenance documentation and interface with vendors providing services. Provides design engineering input for existing system modification, upgrades, and new equipment installations. Facilities Electrical Engineer will create, review, and flawlessly execute electrical switching procedures required to move loads for maintenance and construction activities.

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Engineering support and oversite of Design, Construction, Commissioning of Mechanical systems including:


  • Review of vendor provided design drawings and specifications for completeness and accuracy
  • Review of equipment configuration and distribution routing of systems relative to functionality, egress, ease of maintenance requirements, constructability, alignment with P&ID's, etc.
  • Validation of engineering calculations
  • Review and approval of equipment and component submittals in coordination with O&M staff
  • Review and validation of construction RFI responses
  • Review and approval of shop drawings and construction models
  • Field engineering QA during construction
  • Commissioning support
  • Entry of system information into a capacity planning software
  • Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


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    Qualifications:


    • Proven ability to plan, drive and complete projects effectively
    • Proven skills in working effectively with team members from different disciplines
    • Demonstrated ability to organize and efficiently facilitate meetings and project teams
    • Demonstrated critical thinking skills
    • Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Demonstrated ability to be detail-oriented, follow complex procedures, and work with minimal supervision
    • Demonstrated analytical problem-solving skills with ability to troubleshoot complex problems and address root causes
    • Strong understanding of data extraction, data analysis and reporting methodologies
    • Demonstrated knowledge of utility metrics, utility costs, etc.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of safety codes and regulations


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      • Education and Experience:
      • Required: Minimum - Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
      • Required: Three or more years of relative experience
      • Preferred: Master's degree in engineering and/or your discipline specific Professional Engineer certification
      • Preferred: Three or more years of Facilities/Plant Operations experience in semiconductor manufacturing

Keywords: Experis, Boise , Facilities Electrician, Operations and Design, Professions , Boise, Idaho

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