Provide direction regarding aspects of the engineering functions within the organization while working with the leadership team to achieve both strategic and tactical goals. Set criteria, design & equipment specifications. Manage daily engineering queries on building and refrigeration performance. Set budget for capital and process improvement and develop outside resources. Provide engineered solutions for building design and remodel criteria as well as equipment; support the projects for equipment maintenance. Initiating and supporting continuous improvement projects. Provide coaching, direction, and technical support to the construction management team to maintain and improve processes in engineering and maintenance.
1. Serve as subject matter expert (SME) of the retail practice while demonstrating an ability to supervise, coordinate, evaluate changes and act as SME relating to troubleshooting designs, equipment, and process improvements. Drive competencies to team on supermarket engineering best practices. Providing equipment selection that is “safe” to operate, maintaining a “safe” working environment, and encouraging “safe” work practices.
2. Proactively craft and propose solutions that clarify how SEG brings business value to address critical business challenges faced by operations and vendors. Manage and oversee field operation and engineering processes and procedures. Improve environmental impact by reducing energy usage.
3. Define and deliver platform strategies that provide configuration guidance and best practices. Perform job set-up duties such as forms, cost estimating, and baseline scheduling. Manage overall capital project budget. Provide leadership in risk evaluation, contract negotiations, fee and pricing decisions.
4. Update, and communicate engineering criteria documentation and manage its implementation. Manage the quality assurance/quality control program.
5. Understand and administer contract and subcontract agreements. Foster and enhance owner, engineering, subcontractor and vendor relations.
6. Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Course of Study:
Electrical engineering, energy management, refrigeration, or similar
Course of Study:
Same as above or business administration
10+ yrs minimum
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:
Knowledge of maintenance design and construction of supermarkets. Knowledge in supermarket “Demand Side Management” programs. Knowledge of EPA rules and regulations, Energy Star, Green and LEED. Thorough knowledge of current principles, practices and procedures as applied to maintenance & construction of supermarkets.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Preferred:
Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation. Experience in supermarket refrigeration energy management systems and HVAC design.
Requires specialized depth and/or breadth of expertise
Interprets internal or external business issues and recommends best practices
Solves complex problems; takes a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions
Works independently, with guidance in only the most complex situations; may lead functional teams or projects
Requires depth and/or breadth of expertise in own specialized area and general knowledge of related areas
Interprets internal/external business challenges and recommends best practices to improve products, processes or services
May lead functional teams or projects (not direct reports) with moderate resource requirements, risk, and/or complexity; may manage 1-2 individual contributors
Leads others to solve complex problems; uses analytical thinking, tools and judgement to identify innovative solutions
Impacts the achievement of customer, operational, project or service objectives; work is guided by department objectives
Communicates complex concepts; anticipates potential objections and influences others to adopt a different point of view
Store Support Center
While performing the essential functions of this position, the associate is regularly (67-100%)required to sit, use hands or fingers to handle, hold or feel objects, tools or controls, talk, see, hear and perform repetitive movements with both hands. The employee is occassionally (1-33%)required to stand or walk on carpet, tile or concrete, carry, push, lift or pull up to 10 lbs.
While performing the essential functions of this position, the employee is typically not substantially exposed to adverse working conditions.
Safety Risk Factors:
The employee is occassionally (1-33%)required to twist back and/or neck and walk on a slippery or cluttered floor surface.
Equipment, Tools, etc.:
While performing the essential functions of this position, the employee will be required to utilize a personal computer, telephone, printer, copy machine, facsimile machine and other general office supplies and equipment.