Electrical engineering

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Senior engineer, independently applies advanced engineering techniques and analysis within the discipline. Develops designs that require innovation and ingenuity. Work performed with minimal supervision; has considerable latitude in determining objectives and approaches to assignments.Discipline lead role on project teamsAnalysis and design of electrical systemsGeneration of design basis documentsDevelopment of electrical system studies and reports (Short Circuit, Load Flow, Arc-Flash, Motor Starting)Generation of one-line diagramsDevelopment of comprehensive electrical drawing packages from bid phase through constructionPreparation of bid specifications and evaluationsPerforming calculations and maintenance of calculation booksSizing, specification and selection of electrical equipmentPerforming relay coordination studiesDevelopment of cost estimatesCoordination of engineering and design activities with other project disciplinesProviding final check and approval of all design deliverables associated with electrical systemsPE Registration requiredBS or MS in Electrical EngineeringMinimum of 10 years of experience in design of electrical systems. Industrial or utility experience preferred.Microelectronics experience desirableAble to travel to 1-3 month effectively and interact positively with othersDemonstrate leadership qualitiesCapable of working on multiple projectsComputer literate; proficient with office productivity software (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)Demonstrate competency with one or more of the following: SKM Power Tools, Operation Technology ETAP, ESA EasyPower

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