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Consumers Energy Company Mechanical Field Support Engineer in Jackson, Michigan

COMPANY Join a diverse and dynamic team that makes and delivers the most valuable services in the world: electricity and natural gas. At Consumers Energy, our customers are at the heart of everything we do. Our employees work around the clock to provide service to our customers in honor of our history and to fulfill our promise to Michigan - Count on Us! Consumers Energy, the principal subsidiary of CMS Energy and headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, provides natural gas and electricity to nearly 6.8 million of Michigan's 10 million residents in all 68 Lower Peninsula counties. LOCATION This position must be located in the lower peninsula of Michigan. Specific location is flexible. Successful candidate must be able to travel throughout Consumers Energy territory for various projects. Position is remote for the time being. Long term remote work or hybrid-remote work arrangement is available. DEPARTMENT SUMMARY Metering, Regulation, & Controls (MR&C) Engineering is responsible for engineering and design of all gas Regulator Stations, City Gates, and Odorizers at Consumers Energy. MR&C Engineering also provides field and technical support for our partners in M&R Operations and distribution regulation operations. JOB DESCRIPTION/RESPONSIBLITIES The MR&C Mechanical Field Support Engineer (Sr. Engineer II/Sr. Eng. Technical Analyst II) has many responsibilities. They frequently coordinate with other internal departments including; Operations, Supply Chain, other engineering disciplines, and many others. As a Mechanical Field Support Engineer, your role would include, but may not be limited to the following responsibilities: Project Engineering of moderate size emergent projectsNon-project related engineering field supportProductrocess researchProcedure writingStandard Work Instruction writing and ownershipSpecial projects such as specification ownership, process change management. Consulting with accounting for capital policy decisions Great coordination with transmission and distribution operations groups are important for this role. The ability to build and maintain strong working relationships and communicate effectively with a diverse group of professionals including operations employees and engineers will set the successful candidate apart. Examples of this work may include troubleshooting, providing engineering support to facilitate repair, or replacing a specific component at a regulator station or City Gate. Work may also include researching new and/or emerging technology to improve system safety, reliability, efficiency, or environmental impact. The successful candidate will also be expected to regularly utilize CE Way Methods to solve problems and eliminat