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Energy- Mechanical Engineer

SouthCentral, MT · Architecture/Engineering
Mechanical Engineer 
Big Sky Country! Montana 
Relocation Offered 
Provides assistance to engineering unit personnel to support development of specifications, preparation of store orders and estimates, review of available data to support project scope development, and preparation of outage reports.  Develops and prepares plans of more than average difficulty and complexity and ensures they are consistent with business plans.  Employs limited knowledge of engineering theory, mathematics, and the physical sciences. Performs the necessary research of files, drawings, codes, specifications, and other departments, offices or manufacturers.  Acts as liaison with drafting personnel on field revisions and minor engineering changes.  Provides assistance to engineering unit personnel in problem investigations and evaluations. Assists in obtaining performance data of power plant equipment.  Uses computer terminal to manipulate and analyze data to make calculations and create graphic presentations to include in reports and presentations. Provides support for project management for maintenance and capital projects.  Attends conferences of engineers and representatives of other departments to develop overall plans for projects. Evaluates proposals and recommends equipment and service purchases.  Checks vendors' or manufacturers' prints for correctness and conformance with specification.  Visits job sites to obtain information and to discuss problems with engineering and maintenance personnel.  Prepares sketches, drawings, and schematic diagrams as necessary to support Unit functions. 
Primary Responsibilities
1. Assists in the work on smaller engineering projects or well-defined areas of larger projects. Uses existing procedures to investigate, evaluate and assist in producing technically correct and cost effective designs or recommendations that solve
ongoing problems.
2. Builds relationships that will facilitate knowledge transfer, cross functional knowledge of related work groups, and ability to present work products effectively.
3. Works under supervision in the field and/or home office in a variety of functions and challenging but structured work that develops competencies in the function/discipline.
4. Gathers and correlates basic engineering data using well defined engineering procedures, which may include routine and diagnostic testing of components and systems, and engineering studies.
5. Continually expands and improves technical and business skill set under own initiative with instruction, guidance and direction from others.
6. Assists in a variety of topics including developing innovative procedures, improved design recommendations or new or better equipment purchase recommendations
Jamie Mathis
 Lead Recruiter - Oil & Gas Division
The Executive Group
1645 Parkhill Drive Suite 4
Billings, MT 59102
Ph. 406-252-7770
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