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Sr. Electrical Engineer

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The client company is seeking an electrical engineer who has laboratory clean room, facility office, and computer room design/rehabilitation experience and a desire to work in an on-site construction environment. The successful candidate will also have a background in unit substation, switchgear, generator and UPS design and specifications. The ideal person will be defining electrical scope and budgets, selecting equipment, developing efficient installation schedules, determining material takeoffs, and coordinating activities with other disciplines on the team to meet client needs. In addition, candidate must be able to apply knowledge of current technology and be able to select and apply appropriate engineering software. In this role, familiarity with industry practices and regulations plus the ability to mentor other electrical engineers will be key to candidate success. Lead other engineers and design personnel in technical excellence and growth in the quality improvement process. Provide technical consultations for interdisciplinary analytical studies and analyses. Maintain affiliation with professional societies to keep abreast of current technologies. Helps determine budget estimates and staffing requirements for the defined scope and schedule. Perform other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.
Job Requirements
A minimum of 8+ years of experience in designing of electrical systems in commercial and mix/residential projects. Experience in rehab, retrofit, modification/renovation projects. Energy design/build approach preferred. Strong in AutoCAD and can utilize AutoCAD to produce own drawings/designs proficiently. Background in an energy solutions firm is preferred.
Education
BS in electrical engineering.
Client
Concern with recruiting, staffing services, master service provider, outsourced engineering and clinical solutions.

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