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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 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.