Currently seeking an Electrical Engineer to join our Atlanta Design Center in Kennesaw, GA. The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for leading electrical engineering designs, electrical equipment upgrades, arc flash hazards analysis, low and medium voltage facility power distribution system design, switchgear, motor control centers, drives, wiring diagrams, emergency and standby systems, and other related equipment for facility power.
Candidate shall be licensed and able to be the electrical engineer-of-record responsible for design of the electrical distribution systems for projects under their supervision. Candidate shall be familiar with assembling project drawings and specifications, proposals, technical scopes of work, estimating engineering design budgets, cost estimating and engineering assessment reports. Candidate is responsible for supporting the coordination of project tasks, mentoring and supervising the design engineers.
The types of projects involved include industrial, manufacturing, commercial, federal, military, private, water/wastewater and higher educational facilities. Engineer will supervise and mentor design engineers and serve as a leader for the departmental standards and practices.
Instrumentation and control (I&C) design including SCADA, design of control systems, design of control panels, specifying instruments, development of network architectures, PLC design, developing control strategies are a plus.
Field and construction experience are a plus.
•Design requirements include construction plans, specifications, cost estimates, schedules, record drawings, material submittal reviews, construction inspection and development of construction programming documents.
•Generate and review proposals, manhour estimates, and technical scopes of work including assumptions and exclusions.
•Review design packages for technical accuracy, quality control and assurance
•In this role, your design delivery responsibilities will include power system coordination modeling, conceptual design development, layout and selection of equipment, development of contract drawings, bid package preparation, field investigations, I&C design, and support during construction both in the office and the field.
•The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for developing electrical engineering designs, electrical equipment upgrades, arc flash hazards analysis, low and medium voltage facility power distribution system design, motor control centers, drives, wiring diagrams, and related equipment for facility power.
•Instrumentation and control (I&C) design including SCADA, design of control systems, design of control panels, specifying instruments, development of network architectures, PLC design, developing control strategies are a plus.
•Types of projects may include primary and secondary electrical distribution, voltages up to 25kV, transformers, wiring, interior electrical systems, communications, lighting, industrial controls and control systems, grounding, lightning protection, instrumentation and energy conservation. Must be familiar with low and medium voltage switchgear, switchboards, transformers, load break switches and heavy industrial equipment and manufacturing equipment.
•The candidate will have a broad range of responsibilities, which include supervising and mentoring junior and midlevel electrical, interact with clients, manage electrical and I&C related projects, and participate in new business development.Skills:
Electrical, Design, Electrical design, Electrical engineering, Autocad electrical, Autocad, Schematic, Automation, Altium, Professional engineer, low voltage, high voltage electrical, nec, national electrical code, leed, NCEES, industrial power, SKM, EasyPower, power system, power design, i&c engineering, instrumentation controls, instrumentation electrical, scada, control system, control panel design, plc designTop Skills Details:
1. BS in Electrical Engineering
2. GA PE
3. 10+ Years Heavy Industrial/ Manufacturing Electrical Experience (electrical engineering designs for low and medium voltage electrical distribution systems)
4. Proficient w/ NEC (National Electrical Code)Additional Skills & Qualifications:
•BS or Advanced Degree in Electrical Engineering
•Professional Engineer registration required
•Experience: minimum 12+ years’ experience in performing electrical engineering designs for low and medium voltage electrical distribution systems.
•A minimum of 10 years’ experience in heavy industrial and/or manufacturing power distribution
•Expertise through past experience in developing construction plans, specifications, cost estimates, schedules, and construction planning documents
•Expertise in field assessments, condition assessments and construction
•Knowledge of power system programs such as SKM or EasyPower is a plus.
•Skilled in developing designs for construction and repair of primary and secondary electrical distribution, transformers, wiring, interior electrical systems, communications, lighting, industrial controls and control systems, instrumentation, and energy conservation
•Serve as a task manager, or perform as lead discipline (electrical and I&C) person on projects as appropriate
•Scope and budget projects, identify method of project execution.
•Successfully execute electrical designs to be on time and on budget using company systems and tools
•Support business opportunities and assist in proposal preparation, interviewing, scope, fee, etc.
•Mentor and supervise other electrical and I&C engineers and designers
•Perform contractor construction submittal reviews and request for information documents and lead general construction related discussions with the contractor for designed electrical power and controls systems.
•Producing effective and accurate written documents, reports, and technical memorandums
•Position is based in Kennesaw, but will involve 50% travel to Client offices or project sites.
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