Posted in Other 1 day ago.
Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan
Founded in 1999, MHS is a full-service provider of innovative material handling systems that solve the challenges of distribution and fulfillment operations. We build, engineer and maintain systems for some of the biggest companies in the world, including UPS, FedEx, Walmart, Amazon and others. MHS is already one of the 10 largest material handling system suppliers worldwide, and we only expect to continue growing. We're looking for top talent to be part of the journey.
This position is for an Electrical Project Engineer III in the MHS Lifecycle Performance Services (LPS) group. Similar functions and qualifications apply to class I and class II positions with reduced responsibility and increased travel as those individuals develop in their positions.
About LPS Projects Group
The Lifecycle Performance Services division was started in 2018 to serve our customer's needs throughout their facility's lifecycle. We provide warranty, maintenance, system assessment, tech support, spare parts, and retrofit services to a wide range of companies in the logistics and warehouse distribution/fulfillment industries.
The LPS Projects Group focuses on system optimization, additions, retrofits, and upgrades to our customer's conveyor systems. We specialize in a wide range of equipment types such as automated sorters, singulators, gappers, extendable conveyors, and transport conveyors. Our projects range in size from small equipment swap outs to complete subsystem installs.
The Electrical Project Engineer is part of a cross-discipline project team, responsible for the successful and on time completion of conveyor upgrade and system integration projects. They work closely with project managers, mechanical engineers, installation teams, permit specialists, and various support roles.
The Electrical Project Engineer is responsible for the successful execution of all tasks related to electrical and controls engineering on a project. These include engineering schedule, concept design, equipment and material selection, creating material requisitions, creation of installation drawings, field support, project documentation, program development, commissioning, and overall adherence to customer and governing agency specifications. The Electrical Project Engineer will, in most cases, be assigned a team of designers and engineering peers to support collaboratively in these efforts.
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