Facilities Engineer

Department: Engineering

Manager/Supervisor: Continuous Improvement Manager

The facilities engineer is responsible for the coordination and support Design, Financial, Technical Support, and Project Management relating to the building, grounds, process and support equipment for Skeeter.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Engineering technical support for the facility and equipment by researching and evaluating new and existing technologies to support lean manufacturing, optimize process efficiencies, and cost reductions.
  • Determine optimum solutions (designs) to problems, opportunities, cost reductions, and improvements as assigned by management and/or personally identified on a daily basis. 
  • Maintain accurate as-built CAD layout of the facility and the production process, as well as designed new layouts to support changes in the process, production volume, and lean manufacturing.
  • Project management: Maintain the balance of quality, performance, and expectation of a project, with financial justification and tracking, along with timing and implementation for a successful completion.
  • Identify and write specifications (scope of work bid documents) to insure projects are bid competitively, fairly and that the completed project meets the original intent and needs of Skeeter 
  • Daily physical review of the facility and production process to track and monitor the progress of existing projects, as well as identify additional needs. 
  • Verbal and written communication and follow-up with vendors, contractors, Skeeter supervisors, and other internal support functions as required to implement projects as identified above.
  • Compile documentation, reports and presentation to communicate the status and progress of projects and assignments on a regular basis.
  • Preform other job-related duties as assigned.

Minimum Educational and Work Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major in mechanical or electrical engineering
  • 5 – 7 years’ experience in mechanical/electrical engineering at least two of which are equivalent to a leadership position.
  • Mechanical aptitude, CAD and great office software training
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business correspondence, technical/product information, policies/ procedures and government regulations. 
  • Ability to write reports and correspondence, effectively present information, and respond to questions at all organizations levels as well as customers or supplier representatives.
  • Certificate by the Association of Facility Engineers (CPE) desired