As a member of the technical production staff, the Electrical Designer and Drafter are responsible for assisting in the analysis, design, and review of electrical systems. This includes drawings, specifications, reports, cost estimates, and similar products and services. Electrical systems generally include power, lighting, communication, electronic security, and fire alarm systems. In addition, the Electrical Designer and Drafter are responsible for maintaining good client relationships on a firm wide basis.
(a) Prepare electrical design solutions using a thorough knowledge of industry and constructability practices.
(b) Incorporate a detailed understanding of the governing codes and standards affecting the work.
(c) Utilize Microsoft Office products, CADD, BIM/Revit, and other industry software.
(d) Conduct field surveys, energy audits, life cycle cost analyses, and cost estimating.
(e) Execute construction phase review services consisting of submittal review, RFI responses, and changes.
(a) Work well both in teams and independently.
(b) Actively communicate, collaborate, and coordinate effectively with clients, co-workers, and others.
(c) Effectively work on multiple assignments simultaneously.
(d) Adhere to design and construction budgets and schedules.
(e) Commitment to maintaining a high standard of quality in the delivery of our technical solutions, customer service, and ethical standards.
Education and Experience:
(a) Required -
(i) Not Applicable.
(b) Preferred -
(i) Associates Degree from an engineering related College or university program.
(ii) Training Certificate from a CADD program.
(iii) Hands-on field experience installing commercial electrical systems.
Work Authorization/Security Clearance - This position requires the ability to pass a background check and obtain clearance for client and government contracts. Must be approved for working in the United States.
Work Environment - Most work is performed in an office environment. Regular trips to a variety of locations for meetings and observations are also required.
Expected Hours - This is a full-time office position based on a 40-hour work week. Normal days are Monday through Friday. Normal core hours are 9AM to 4PM with up to a one-hour unpaid lunch beginning at 11:45AM. A regular starting time between 7AM and 9AM can be negotiated with your supervisor. Requires working overtime as necessary when required to satisfactorily meet project schedules.
Other Duties - Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job.
Benefits – Flexible schedule, Health and Life insurance, FSA, PTO, Paid Holidays, 401(k) with match, professional development opportunities, and more.
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