OGE Energy Corp Boiler Engineer Lead in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Boiler Engineer Lead

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Job Description

Position Summary:

Develops plans and specifications, performs analysis, and provides reports on assigned tasks involving operation and maintenance of existing facilities. Technically involved in the resolution of equipment and operational problems that may include performing field investigation or inspections, performing design work, and detailed checking of design computations done by others, or general coordination of specific design aspects into a project.

Primary Duties:

  • Performs visual inspections of power boilers, HRSG’s and ASME BPVC equipment.

  • Provides subject matter expertise and recommendations for the maintenance of power boilers and HRSG’s.

  • Performs interpretations to Codes, standards and rules as necessary for the maintenance of power boilers and HRSG’s.

  • Plans, prioritizes, conducts and leads capital replacement and O&M project assignments. Serves as project or case manager in the development, facilitation, and implementation of metrics, processes and procedures.

  • Provides guidance to the generating fleet for boiler Code Repairs.

  • Utilizes Quality Control Manual, associated documentation and repair reports.

  • Consulted for Quality Control and R-Stamp recommendations.

  • Creates and updates engineering standards, policies, guidelines and ensures procedures are in place for compliance with these policies.

  • Communicate with regulatory bodies and government agencies.

  • Acts as a resource and mentor for members with less experience, may direct the technical complexities of work.

  • Provides technical presentations to staff.

  • Leads lower level Engineers in project completion.

  • Functions as quality inspector or defines quality requirements on engineering designs and projects.

  • Core responsibilities focus on operational/tactical aspects of the organization and some strategic focus.

  • May act in a liaison capacity with other departments, divisions, and organizations.

  • Functions as quality inspector or defines quality requirements on engineering designs and projects.

  • Manages budgets, schedules, and resources for small to large sized projects.

  • Reviews and critiques proposed changes to engineering standards, policies and guidelines.

  • Review development plans for compliance with adopted engineering standards and good engineering practices.

  • Conducts surveys to gather field data.

  • Prepare and interpret schematics, drawings, layouts and other visual aids.

  • Solves problems and develops solutions that call for original approach, based on thorough and comprehensive research and technical expertise.


  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university or Oklahoma PE license.

  • Six (6) years directly related experience as an Engineer.

  • Six (6) years of direct experience related to providing subject matter expertise for power boilers and HRSG’s.

  • Valid State Driver's License.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience referencing and interpreting ASME BPVC’s, NBIC, ASME B31.1 and other ASME Codes.

  • Experience with Quality Control and Repair Stamp (R-Stamp) programs.

  • Experience with nondestructive testing methods relevant to the inspection and repair of power boilers and HRSG’s.

  • Experience with SAP.

  • Current American Welding Society Welding Inspectors Certification (CWI).

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Exceptional communication skills (oral, written, and presentation).

  • Exceptional problem solving skills.

  • Able to lead and direct the work of others.

  • Excellent project leadership skills.

  • Work independently; with guidance in only the most complex situations.

  • Self-motivated.

  • In depth knowledge and experience in multiple engineering initiatives.

  • Ability to work within stringent deadlines.

  • Able to manage multiple projects with shifting priorities.

  • Interpersonal skills with the ability to interface with diverse personalities.

  • Team Player.

  • Strong problem solving, organizational and analytical skills.

    Working Conditions:

  • Requires travel, including travel to fleet-wide power facilities.

  • May be required to work overtime, non-standard hours, holidays, and schedules to include on-call and call-outs.

  • May be exposed to extreme conditions and inclement weather.

  • Required to work at heights up to and exceeding one hundred (100) feet, underground and in confined spaces.

Job Location

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States

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