Electrical Engineer

Job Locations US-AZ-Chandler
Job ID
2021-1652
Type
Regular Full-Time
Category
Engineering

Overview

Page is looking for an Electrical Engineer to join our Chandler, Arizona office. We focus on projects within the Industrial Technology and a variety of market sectors. Our culture supports an entrepreneurial spirit and collaboration. We offer great benefits and career growth opportunities. Will you join us?

Responsibilities

  • Technical and design engineer for multiple simultaneous design projects;
  • Establish schedules and provide regular maintenance of design schedules;
  • Coordinate cross-discipline design activities;
  • Prepare site analysis reports regarding the feasibility of proposed projects and potential issues that may arise during construction;
  • Experienced with preparing project documentation including electrical equipment layouts and schedules, site plans, one-line diagrams, grounding diagrams, lighting plans, life safety fire alarm plans, telecom and security plans, installation details, diagrams and schematics, and construction specifications;
  • Provide construction administration services to contractors;
  • Interact with Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ);
  • Prepare photometric studies;
  • Model electrical systems with SKM, ETAP, EZ-Power or other IEEE compliant modeling tools;
  • Specify electrical equipment including transformers, switchboards, panelboards, overcurrent protective devices, conductors, raceway, motors, and variable frequency drives.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or related degree and a minimum of 5 + years related experience;
  • Licensed Professional Engineer (Electrical) in Texas or Arizona or the ability to take PE exam within12-24 months;
  • Experience with design and construction of commercial, industrial and utility scale power distribution systems including selecting and specifying conductors, raceway, switch gear, motor control centers, panelboards, circuit breakers, and other common power distribution components;
  • Preferred experience in semiconductor manufacturing, chemical processing, power distribution, material handling, water distribution, wastewater, industrial processes, industrial HVAC/Mechanical systems, datacenters, “high tech” manufacturing;
  • Experience with designing electrical and/or life safety systems based on NFPA 70, NFPA 70E, 72, and ANSI/EIA/TIA compliant;
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency with AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, Google Maps and/or other imaging tools;
  • Strong interpersonal skills, both written and verbal, when dealing with clients, project managers, junior design staff, and executive management;
  • Ability to work with management to establish, track and achieve goals based on project and departmental priorities;
  • Required to meet the badging requirements set forth by our clients;
  • Willingness to visit project sites as needed.

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