Provide services in Electrical engineering in a manner requiring independent judgment and action. The electrical engineer will be responsible for the entire project cycle to include proposal phase, conceptual/schematic design, design development, construction documentation, construction administration and project completion. Develop, set, and maintain project schedules as required.
Create and meet task deadlines, with an ability to balance your workload and identify the time required to complete tasks.
Communicate the status of your project deliverables to the required stakeholders in a timely manner.
Help to create designs, calculations, sketches, diagrams, schematic and working drawings, develop details and edit specifications for exceptionally reliable electrical system solutions.
Learn to understand and perform short circuit, coordination and/or arc flash calculations; this will be enabled by use of specialized software such as Easy Power.
Become proficient in writing reports.
Become proficient in identifying scope, schedule, and budget for electrical design projects.
Help our construction management team to develop overall schedules for electrical tasks.
With the support of your team, perform electrical facility condition assessments.
Create and update documentation directly using AutoCAD software. Revit experience is a plus.
Provide field support during installation, testing and start-up of electrical components in the field,
Assist with the commissioning of project systems including active test participation.
Pursue professional development through training, taking personal responsibility to solicit feedback on performance and to utilize constructive criticism towards improvement.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:
Knowledge of applicable federal, state and local building codes and safety laws. Work requires advanced math skills, spatial relationship abilities, and the ability to understand “abstract” principles behind math and physics.
A 4-year degree in engineering is required. Having passed the FE/EIT and/or having a PE is a plus. Requires existing or eventual registration as a Professional Engineer.
Work requires travel to meetings, site visits, and inspections. This requires the possession of a valid state driver’s license.
Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule and weeks that can exceed 40 hours depending on the existing work load and customer requirements.
Working conditions are typically normal for an office environment 90% of the time, site visits and travel remaining 10%. Position may require evening or weekend work a few times per year, per the client’s requirements.