The overall responsibility of the Utilities Assistant Superintendent is to develop and implement deliberate improvement opportunities within the Utilities Department, focusing primarily equipment operating envelopes, equipment reliability, asset strategies, and energy cost. This position is part of the utility leadership, having daily interactions with operators as well as corporate and industry subject matter experts.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering OR at least 5 years utilities operating experience
Experience in identifying, leading, developing and implementing improvement initiatives
Experience with power gas and bark fired boilers, feedwater systems, water treatment, and wastewater treatment operations
Experience using Microsoft Office programs such as Word (to write business correspondence), Excel (for use of spreadsheets, reporting, simple formulas) and Outlook (for internal and external correspondence)
Providing timely and relevant information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates to aide in knowledge and challenge processes.
Staying up-to-date technically and apply new knowledge to the job to develop personal and organizational capabilities for greater value creation.
Developing specific goals and plans to prioritize, organize and accomplish work.
Identifying the underlying principles, reasons, or facts from Pi or other sources of data and transfer it into relevant and useful information for knowledge sharing to identify value creation opportunities.
Supporting current and future transformational initiatives.
Engaging Corporate/Industry SME’s to leverage utilization of both existing and future technology.
Monitoring and optimizing key process indicators
Working with capital engineering to evaluate potential upgrades for long-term sustainability
Optimizing chemical and energy costs through analytical analysis and process balances
5 or more years of work experience within a Power, Recovery, or Recaustisizing environment
Experience in the pulp and paper or power generation industry
Experience with steam turbine operations, (5 to 35 MW)
Experience with the Kraft Chemical Recovery process
Experience in a Water treatment or Wastewater treatment Facility