Experienced Electrical Engineer

Duties and responsibilities
Responsibilities include:
Power (receptacles, branch circuits, small equipment)
Lighting (design and layout, control systems, and circuit connections)
Power distribution & Services (Panels, transformers, feeders, distribution from utility)
Fire Alarm systems
Telephone & Data wiring & design (Category cable, fiber optics)
Emergency systems (Generators, UPS battery backup)
Low-Voltage Systems (security, cameras, access control)
Site (exterior) underground site electric and communications design
Lightning Protection

Electrical power and lighting design drawings for electrical construction projects.
Condominium Projects
Private Apartments
Car Dealerships / Automotive
Municipal / State / Government
Ground Transportation
Air Transportation
Educational Design
Office Buildings
Office Tenant Finish Building Design
High Rise Buildings
Bank Designs
Shopping Centers
Restaurants/Food Service
Recreation/Club Facilities
Projects Including Buildings, Pools and Theatres
Animal Clinics
Stores / Retail Business
Historical Buildings
Commercial and Manufacturing
Banks / Savings and Loans
Hotels / Motels
Multi-Family / Residences
Energy Conservations
Environmental Projects
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering preferred.
AutoCAD experience required
4-8 years of engineering experience working with an electrical contractor with a concentration in commercial and industrial large construction projects
Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Strong aptitude for Mathematics
Able to identify, analyze and solve problems
Strong oral and written communication skills
Able to work independently and as part of a team
Strong computer software skills including MS Office (particularly Excel)
Ability to read & interpret blueprints is necessary.
Knowledge of electrical terminology and components is necessary.
Knowledge of electrical terminology and symbols is necessary.
Knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC) is necessary.
Knowledge of the International Energy Code (IEC) is necessary.