Shrader Engineering is seeking Graduate Electrical Engineers with the desire for a challenging career in the engineering consulting field.
This challenging position involves working as part of a highly specialized team focused on projects for local and federal government facilities including shipping ports, rapid transit, communications infrastructure, sophisticated surveillance, and water/wastewater facilities, as well as privately owned facilities including administration buildings, maintenance and repair facilities, and industrial infrastructure.
This is an excellent opportunity for graduate EIT's (engineers in training) to acquire knowledge in power distribution systems, instrumentation and controls, switchgear, stand-by power systems, load and fault current calculations, power flow and short circuit analysis, SCADA and telemetry, lighting systems, and NEC code compliance.
Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities include working closely with other engineers and designers in the development of electrical construction documents for water/wastewater, technology facilities, rapid transit, port facilities, industrial plants, and electronic surveillance system projects. Duties include development of electrical calculations, engineering studies, computer modeling, construction plans, and technical specifications, in addition to construction supervision and follow-up.
- Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (major in Power Systems and Controls preferred)
- Must have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam
- Experience using EasyPower or ETAP electrical modeling software a plus
- Ability to multi-task and willingness to take on new challenges
- Solid verbal communication skills
Shrader Engineering has an excellent 401(k) retirement plan, performance bonus plan, healthcare plan, wellness program (LifeTime Athletic Facility membership), continued education and other generous benefits. The firm takes great pride in an outstanding working environment with opportunity for growth.
Shrader Engineering - 15 months ago