Electrical Engineer II (Current Employee), Eatontown, NJ – January 21, 2013
I joined the DLB team as an electrical commissioning engineer which required 90% travel but over the past year I have been transitioned from an electrical commissioning engineer to an electrical design engineer. I was able to pick up the concepts of each position farely quickly and was given the opportunity to learn the different facets of MEP design.
During – more... my time as an electrical commissioning engineer, I learned how to develop responsibility metrics, manpower schedules, testing procedures, operation of medium voltage switchgear, relay settings (LSIG)
During my time as an electrical design engineer, I developed excellent skills in graphical clarity with the production of design development, schematic design and construction documents. In addition, I have become very familiar with NFPA 70 and NFPA 72 codes and requirements. – less