Electrical Designer

Job Locations US-NM-Albuquerque
Job ID
Regular Full-Time


At Page, we’re seeking highly creative team members to help us deliver on our promise of making lives better through design. Our firm provides architecture, engineering, interiors and consulting services on large, complex projects around the world. Will you join us? 


The Electrical Designer will work directly with design engineers to produce drawings from sketches, existing drawings and electronic images. 


Responsibilities include:

  • Design drawings based on written and verbal descriptions from design engineers;
  • Set up new Revit MEP projects based on existing project templates;
  • Develop Electrical construction documentation under supervision of assigned engineering, design, and BIM staff utilizing primarily AutoCAD MEP and Revit MEP;
  • Develop Electrical construction models in Revit MEP as part of a BIM team; 
  • Create detailed field installation drawings and fabrication drawings;
  • Work from both customer and firm drawings;
  • Perform file management functions such as posting models, downloading model updates, managing links, and Revit drafting;
  • Provide technical support for existing projects and field service;
  • Attend coordination meetings, communicate with other trades, and create/extract reports as required.


  • Two-year Technical or Associates Degree in Computer Aided Drafting/Construction Technology, Electrical Technology, or similar with knowledge of current CAD and BIM; platforms, or an equivalent combination of education and Electrical trade experience;
  • A minimum of two years' experience in electrical drafting;
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel, Revit MEP, and AutoCAD MEP;
  • Demonstrate knowledge or interest on MEP systems and their installation, with an emphasis on Electrical installations preferred;
  • Possess an understanding of drawing and modeling organization, detail, and precision;
  • Positive attitude and a proven collaborator.



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