|Engineering Manager - Electrical
King Of Prussia, PA
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|Post Date:||07/06/19||Company:||The Timken Company|
|Job Type:||Full Time||Phone:|
|Education:||High School / GED||Fax:|
|Experience:||6 months - 2 years||Mailing Address:|
Philadelphia Gear's world-class engineering and technical staff provides our extensive customer base across the globe with a full-range of power transmission solutions for the world's Energy, Infrastructure and Defense industries. Philadelphia Gear customers depend on high-quality, reliable power transmission equipment to lower the cost of operation and reduce down time, while producing at the highest levels. Philadelphia Gear is ready to meet these challenges, bringing over 100 years of experience providing gearing for various industrial applications.
Timken Gears and Services' Philadelphia Gear brand has a current opening for an Electrical Engineering Manager to lead the company's core competency of applying Electrical engineering to design, application and repair of AC and DC Electric Motor/Generators/Controls and other electrical power transmission equipment.
The incumbent of this position is primarily responsible for leadership of both the central (directly) and decentralized (indirectly) engineering teams of the company as well as the continuous improvement of the design engineering processes of the company. In support of these competencies the incumbent is expected to maintain oversight of all the company's engineering resources to achieve maximum leverage from our investment in technology, in support of serving our target markets (energy and defense) and ensure creation and compliance high internal PG quality standards. Position requires travel to TPS Regional Service Centers, Field Locations and Customer Facilities.
Provide technical leadership to the TPS facilities in new applications and aftermarket opportunities.
Perform failure analysis of motors, generators and other related equipment.
Recommend specifications, changes or upgrades on reverse engineered parts in Motor aftermarket opportunities.
Support Customer Service teams across the TPS network in developing solutions to new power train applications consisting of motors/couplings/gear drives.
Be a steward of the company's assets, brand, reputation and investments.
Ensure that the highest ethical and commercial standards are maintained.
Manage TPS Electrical Engineering resources to support 100% on time, on specification and on budget, standard operating procedures and strategy objectives.
Key Attributes include:
The ability to multi-task, set priorities, and meet deadlines with a high degree of accuracy and organization, set goals, ability to work as part of a team and the ability to interact with all levels of customers and internal support teams.
Demonstrated leadership and talent management skills.
Ability to work with diverse business groups in remote geographical facilities with challenging customer, technical and delivery requirements within the business unit.
Excellent communication skills (verbal & written) and teamwork approach with corporate and site engineering.
Strong systemic mindset and problem-solving skills.
Strong analytical skills including the ability to analyze and interpret critical data.
Skilled in all basic MS Office products and working knowledge of ERP systems (preferably Epicor).
Experience in design, manufacture, testing and applications of AC and DC electric motors, Motor-Generator (MG) Sets and generators and related controls primarily utilized in nuclear and fossil power generation facilities.
Familiarity with current industry standards (IEEE, NEMA, EASA, etc.)
Applicant must have 10 years of electrical engineering experience.
Applicant must have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from an accredited college or university.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.