Req. # 11743
Location: St. Louis, MO
The position is responsible for working with all departments and locations within the Ameren Missouri system. Key responsibilities include:
- Monitor the performance of chemical systems at various sites throughout the Ameren Missouri system, performing calculations and writing reports summarizing the performance of those systems.
- Provide quality control review of plant chemistry equipment, processes, and programs.
- Participate on teams to develop standards and strategies for design, operation, testing, and maintenance of plant chemical systems and that assess equipment and programs for compliance with standards.
- Perform inspections of chemical equipment and plant equipment affected by chemical systems (such as boilers and condensers).
- Troubleshoot equipment and system problems.
- Collaborate with Ameren personnel and outside organizations to assess operation and maintenance issues and develop options to improve performance and reliability of plant equipment.
- Prepare procedures, specifications, and drawings necessary for operating, maintaining, or modifying equipment.
-Coordinate the work of contractors and Ameren personnel to operate or maintain the equipment.
- Support major capital projects related to plant chemistry and environmental controls.
Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from an accredited college or university required.
Three or more years of experience in an engineering field required. Previous experience in water treatment and power plant chemistry preferred, however new graduates will be considered. Professional Engineer (P.E.) License preferred.
Proficiency in the use of PC-based spreadsheets, graphics, word processing, and database software preferred.
Must be able to operate an automobile. Must be able to enter and work in tight, enclosed spaces. Must be able to wear a respirator. Must be able to pass a physical exam required for participation on a Hazardous Materials Response Team. The candidate must have the ability to become a certified Water Treatment Operator and Distribution System Operator by the State of Missouri when work experience with drinking water systems meets the state’s requirements.
Excellent analytical, communication, human relations, leadership, and customer service skills required. Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
*Technical career path level depends upon applicant's credentials.