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  1. SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER Design Your Career! Are you a creative self-starter that is looking to grow professionally? Are you looking for a job where you can directly contribute to the growth of a business, while contributing to the betterment of the environment? If yes, then look no further! Our client is an emerging firm of electrical engineers who design power & lighting systems for construction projects with an emphasis on renewable energy, microgrids, PV systems, and renovation projects. They are looking for a Senior Electrical Engineer to join their lean, agile team and work within the arenas of; designing power and lighting systems for Military, Healthcare, Higher Education, as well as Public and Private Entities. Keep Reading IF: You are passionate about project management and fast-paced is your style. You excel when there are lots of moving parts because organization comes easily to you. You have prioritizing and scheduling down to an art and love driving deadlines forward. You are a super communicator. To consistently follow through and follow up is your natural habit. You can explain just about anything to anyone and you are unafraid to speak up. You enjoy asking the right questions and collaborating on design challenges. You heart technology. You are able to poke around a new software or gadget and figure things out on your own. You are a natural problem solver and enjoy troubleshooting and finding creative solutions to problems. You are driven. You know where you want to go and have a plan to get yourself there. Making an impact, professional development and growth are all things that keep you motivated. Challenge is the name of your game! You are the consummate professional. Clients love you. Your boss adores you. Your team speaks highly of you. You carry integrity and trustworthiness with you in all aspects of your personal and professional life. Here’s what your first 12 months might look like. The Senior Electrical Engineer (SEE) will partner closely with the President of the company and other team members to execute on the entirety of multiple design projects from conception to finish. The SEE will be unafraid to get their hands dirty and do all aspects of the design work. Essential duties: ü The first month will be: o Partneringcloselywithanotherelectricalengineertolearntheirbusiness, their clients, and their process o Gettingacclimatedandonboardedwithcurrentprojectsandtimelines o Learningthetoolsandknowinghowtheyusetheirsoftware ü After 90 days, he/ she will: o Understandthedesignstyleofthefirmandbeginhandlingtheirownprojects o Bespending50%oftheirtimeonPEcalculations,designsonpaper,visiting sites and attending client meetings o Bespendingtheother50%beingavigilantprojectmanager o Beresponsibleforprovidingtradespecificsystemdesign:layout(utilizing CAD/BIM); calculations (utilizing appropriate software); and other related design services including coordination with the designs of other trades o Troubleshootingandproblemsolvingontheirown o ProcessingRFI’s,changeorders ü By month 6, he/she will be: o Activelyinterfacingandrepresentingthefirminallinteractionswithclients, contractors, architects, and other project team members and helping plan for future work o Conductingfieldinspectionstodetermineexistingconditionsandto coordinate new work o Handlingpreparationofduediligence,feasibility,gapanalysisandother technical reports and drawings o Managinginternalissues,meetingdeadlines o Collaboratingwithinternalstaffandusingallinternalresources o ProactivelygoingtothePresidentwithquestionsondesignchallenges o Doingnuts&boltsfunctionaldesignworkswitharchitects ü By month 12, he /she will be: o buildinganetworkfortheorganization and representing the company as a brand ambassador o buildingandmaintainingindustryrelationshipstouseasaresourcefor complex design questions o Collaboratingwithotherindustryengineers Skills, Knowledge, Experience: Minimum 2+ years in a consulting engineering environment Degree in Electrical Engineering or related degree required PE, LEED Licensing and graduate degrees is a plus Experienced with managing multiple projects Advanced knowledge and experience with AutoCAD is a must Background in military/ government projects, utilities, or solar is helpful Commercial Building design or Design-Build background is a plus Ability to prepare and review detailed drawings with minimal supervision is needed Familiarity with various construction delivery processes is a plus
  2. Good Morning Crew, I am an electrical engineer at a Federally Funded Research and Development Center in East Tennessee. I started my career off with a BS EET in 2003 and got a job as a technician, then worked my way into a engineering role. Around 2011 I went back to the University of Tennessee for my BS in Electrical Engineering, I completed that degree in 2014. I then started work on my MS in Electrical Engineering at the University of Tennessee and finished that this semester. I worked continuously at the FFRDC the entire time. I also had a RA position at UT during my MS. My thesis was in microelectronics design. Most of my work experience has been board level and system level design of electronics and electrical systems for radiation detection electronics, motion control and automation for laboratory systems. I have done a mix of hardware, software and firmware. The majority of this time has been with one group at the FFRDC, which had no PE's in the group. Now I have switched positions and the new group also has no PE's. So I am looking for guidance on how to handle the progressive engineering experience requirement for PE supervision. How can I get the experience requirement? All the electrical PE's I know don't do board level and system level electronics. Most electronics guys work under the industrial exemption and don't get the PE because of that. The way I am funded at work requires the drafting of proposals to government agencies. I want to get my PE to help my proposals stand out and show that by funding me they are getting an engineered product. I am a firm believer that all engineers should get licensed to increase professionalism. I'm willing to get licensed in another state. Any suggestions?
  3. An established Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business in the Greater Philadelphia Area is looking for a Senior Electrical Engineer. This is a MEP engineering firm that specializes in LEED commissioning and does a large amount of work for the Federal Government, particularly VA Healthcare facilities. Senior Electrical Engineer We are looking for a senior electrical engineer for the planning and coordination of multi-discipline project teams. Candidate must be a quality oriented individual to perform electrical engineering investigations/assessments of facilities, design building, electrical systems, specification preparation, project and construction cost estimates, project scheduling for engineering projects. Candidates must also be able to maintain client relationships both in the public and private sectors. Qualifications: Bachelor (BS) or Master (MS) in Electrical/Architectural Engineering P.E. license with 10 years experience in electrical engineering Knowledge of all applicable Codes Experience with power, lighting, security, telecom systems, emergency generator design Building Information Modeling (BIM) using REVIT is a plus Experience with renewable energy projects Medium voltage experience is a plus LEED certification or Certified Energy Auditor/Manager a plus Commissioning and verification experience a plus Leadership qualities are a must Must be willing to travel from time-to-time (no longer than 1 week) Please send all resumes to
  4. HEPCO is a highly-experienced technical staffing firm with a Department of Defense Top Secret Clearance. HEPCO supplies all types of technical talent to Fortune 500 companies and Regional Corporations and is currently serving clients in 22 States. HEPCO, Inc. is seeking an Entry Level Electrical Engineer to work for a world leading Aerospace Defense Contractor in Baltimore Maryland. This is a TEMP to PERM opportunity for a recent graduate with a degree in Electrical Engineering and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Candidates with a degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or a GPA below 3.0 will not be considered. In addition, candidates must have degrees from an ABET accredited university. Prospective applicants must be a US Citizen to undergo a Secret Security Clearance process. The Entry Level Electrical Engineer will need to pass a background and drug test and will be processed for a Secret Clearance. An initial telephone interview will be conducted and followed up with an in person interview on site in Baltimore. Non-local candidates will be considered if they are willing to interview on site at their own expense. Resumes should include the following: An Objective A list of 10-12 major courses 1-2 paragraphs on the Senior Project Month and year of graduation including cumulative GPA All work experience including any internships Outside interests such as sports or hobbies Please submit resumes in MS Word format to Felipe Flores
  5. We are a utility construction and engineering company located in Anaheim CA, and are currently looking for an entry level engineer in our Anaheim office to support ongoing utility construction and design projects. We routinely design, and construct public and private utility infrastructure in Orange County, and surrounding areas including high voltage electrical, domestic/fire water systems, storm drain, and public sewer. If interested please send a resume and contact info to Local candidates preferred.
  6. Hi there, I've been out of school for 20 years now and decided to take the EE FE Exam. My concern beside to refreshing my rusted knowledge is that I hardly have my books and notes. On top of that, some of the topics were not provided to us back then. Such as Properties of Electrical Materials and I don't even know what book to look for online. I've to add that I'm looking for self study materials or easy to understand books for this matter. Thanks
  7. Interested in a career with a nationally recognized engineering corporation specializing in the design, testing and construction of medium and high voltage electric facilities? A place where you can be a part of the family and expand your knowledge and expertise? Our client seeks experienced Substation Engineers for their Chicago area and Dallas area locations in Protection & Control and one in Physical Design. The company believes in investing in their employees future and provides continued education and training in-house, fee reimbursement for maintaining professional licenses and certifications, and fully supports employee efforts toward pursuing additional licenses and certifications related to their area of expertise. If you have at least 5 years of experience (10 years is ideal) and a degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Technology plus proven knowledge and experience with high-voltage electrical substation components and their functions at 138KV and above, AC/DC fundamentals, 3 phase power systems, and engineering standards (NE/NESC/NEMA/IEEE/ANSI) and an interest in learning more about these opportunities, I'd love to hear from you! Contact me directly with interest or referrals at: 713-874-5819
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