Electrical engineer with power distribution, lighting, and grounding experience. Auxiliary systems and study experience a plus.
Applies intensive and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices in broad areas of assignments.
Makes decisions independently on engineering problems, practices, and methods and may create and refine unique design solutions. In the case of a licensed staff member, acting as a lead project engineer, this includes but is not limited to, the stamping/sealing of one’s drawings/documents as well as drawings/documents done as the professional in "responsible charge" as defined by the applicable statute of jurisdiction.
Represents the firm in meetings and conferences to resolve important questions and to plan and coordinate a project.
Plans, develops, coordinates, and directs a medium to large engineering project or a number of smaller complex projects with overall responsibility for budget adherence, schedule adherence, quality control, and inter-discipline coordination.
Responsible for acceptance or rejection of major items involving materials, equipment, manufacturer’s quality, and field construction.
May serve in chosen discipline as a staff advisor or consultant in the role of technical specialist requiring highly, specialized knowledge and skills, and the use of advanced techniques.
Supervision and guidance related largely to overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, policy matters, and/or unusual problems and developments.
May supervise, coordinate, and review the work of a team of engineers and designers working on the same assigned project.
Defines project scope of work and organizes into manageable tasks.
Provides supervisor and project manager with scope of work change warnings.
Maintains continuing professional education in discipline.
Takes part in client contact and business development activities.
Meets with client to define project scope, present project progress, and assure client satisfaction.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Leading projects and working with mid to Junior level staff for project electrical systems.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Bachelor's Degree / RELATED / 3-5
OSHA 10/30-hour Construction Certificate preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of cadd platforms with emphasis on Revit. Good understanding of electrical design and cadd tools.
- Good knowledge of NEC.
- Experience with study softwares a plus with emphasis on SKM.
- Able to lead a small team on mid to large size projects.
- Healthcare, commercial, multi-use facilities experience a plus.
SSOE - 16 months ago