The Enviva team is driven by our shared vision for a renewable energy future. We are a fast-growing, purpose-driven, global energy company specializing in delivering sustainable wood bioenergy solutions. We are the world’s largest producer of sustainable wood pellets, which provide a low-carbon alternative to fossil fuels.

The Project Engineer will have responsibility for scoping, business case development, detailed engineering, and managing projects at facilities across the enterprise. 

Responsibilities

  • Aligning with our culture in operating safely and in a safe workplace, ensure that all work, in and out of projects, and both external and internal project resources are adhering to a safe work practices and supporting a safe workplace. 
  • Work with plant operations and respective support teams to develop scopes of work. 
  • Create detailed engineering calculations, plans, and drawings. 
  • Conceive, plan, and execute well-defined projects to improve Enviva’s operations. 
  • Manage and maintain concise project plan and budget (typical project budget will range from $25k to $500k); achieving on time to schedule and on target to budget. 
  • Maintain cadenced project team meetings with defined actions and owners. 
  • Coordinate with Plant Controllers and the Project Controller team from initial project funding/capital request through project closure. 
  • Review cost and schedule performance including detailed budget variances and key performance indicators (KPIs). 
  • Prepare weekly and full completion project progress reports. 
  • Manage external resources as required (serve as company representative to subcontractors for all planning and scheduling activities). 
  • Communicate and coordinate with internal Enviva stakeholders and subcontractors to ensure a consistent understanding and execution of identified schedule objectives and work activities. 
  • Manage and maintain the project risk register. 
  • Comply with safety, good housekeeping, product quality and related regulatory requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, preferably mechanical. 
  • Minimum 3 years of manufacturing experience. 
  • Minimum 1 years dedicated project engineer experience. 
  • Must be a driver of action. 
  • Strong problem solving skills. 
  • Must be data-driven and possess a high level of attention to detail. 
  • Working knowledge of Process / Value Stream Mapping and FMEA. 
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and team leadership skills. 
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project with the ability to learn other applications related to the job. 
  • Must be a self-starter with ability to prioritize workload.

Preferred Qualifications - What Will Set You Apart

  • Experience in wood processing. 
  • Six Sigma Certification (GB or BB).
  • Lean/Continuous Improvement experience.

Travel requirements

  • High Travel
  • First year 80%+ and 25% (project dependent)

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