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Graduate - Electrical Engineer

The Programme

As the Electrical Engineer, you will be responsible for utilizing your knowledge of electrical system design to complete on-site commercial and industrial projects. The Electrical Engineer will survey proposed project locations and identify the required scope of electrical work and develop budgetary cost estimates.

What You Will Do

  • Perform basic electrical design calculations and standard computations such as power system loading requirements and required building illumination levels.
  • Perform field surveys to obtain pertinent information for the electrical system design. Construct one-line diagrams, equipment installation details, panelboard schedules and all other critical construction drawing elements to ensure clear, concise and constructible drawings.
  • Design of low voltage lighting, access control, fire alarm, and motor control systems.
  • Develop electrical system equipment layouts, load calculations, equipment sizing and selection.
  • Participate and conduct design reviews of construction / installation drawings developed by vendors.
  • Confirm accuracy, producibility and compliance to applicable codes and standards.
  • Direct drafting efforts to complete design and construction / installation drawings.
  • Observe the execution of construction to assure adherence to approved construction documents.
  • Review proposals for change of work. Prepare independent cost estimate and recommendations as to the necessity for such change.
  • Review contractor’s material submittals and substitutions, construction drawings and equipment / system installation manuals for conformity with construction contract requirements.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university or college.
  • Prior experience working in an industrial engineering environment.
  • Familiar with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70), National Electrical Safety Code (NFPA 70E), NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and IEEE Power System Design Standards.
  • Working knowledge of HVAC and motor control systems.
  • Experience designing power distribution and control systems for industrial facilities.
  • Familiar with the basic design concepts associated with low voltage lighting control, fire alarm, and access control systems.
  • Familiar with emergency lighting control systems and applicable life safety code requirements.
  • Proficient technical writing, communication, and presentation skills.
  • Strong problem-solving skills.
  • AutoCAD experience.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office software.
  • Self-starter, results oriented, ability to multitask, strong detail focus.
  • Ability to be an individual contributor and work effectively in teams.
  • Job Type:Graduate jobs
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  • Position Type:Full time
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  • Locations:

    Lynn, Massachusetts

  • Closing Date:31st July 2018, 6:00 pm


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