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Electrical Project Engineer (pe), Raleigh, System One

Published 2022-07-01
Expires 2022-08-01
ID #1067587820
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Electrical Project Engineer (pe), Raleigh, System One
United States, North Carolina, Raleigh,
Published July 1, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Electrical project engineer (pe)


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We are seeking Senior Electrical Project Manager with experience managing and designing power, lighting, and fire-alarm systems for Healthcare, Laboratory, or related building construction in a consulting environment. Position Description:Electrical systems design and engineering for healthcare and laboratory facilities including power, fire-alarm, and lighting. Multi-trade coordination, schedules, technical specifications, and quality control for assigned projects. Construction administration oversight for electrical systems including submittal review, RFI’s, coordination, and inspections. Position Requirements:Strong teamwork and communications skills Experience working with architects and other MEP design trades Autodesk Revit MEP proficiency Generating construction documents and specifications Knowledge of National Electric Code and standard industry design practices Experience in consulting including design, construction administration, project management Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering Professional Engineering licensure or ability to obtain Position Benefits:Excellent work environment Competitive salary Opportunities for advancement Outstanding health & dental benefits Exceptional 401k retirement plan Paid holidays & vacation We are seeking Electrical Project Manager with experience managing and designing power, lighting, and fire-alarm systems for Healthcare, Laboratory, or related building construction in a consulting environment. Position Description:Electrical systems design and engineering for healthcare and laboratory facilities including power, fire-alarm, and lighting. Multi-trade coordination, schedules, technical specifications, and quality control for assigned projects. Construction administration oversight for electrical systems including submittal review, RFI’s, coordination, and inspections. Position Requirements:Strong teamwork and communications skills Experience working with architects and other MEP design trades Autodesk Revit MEP proficiency Generating construction documents and specifications Knowledge of National Electric Code and standard industry design practices Experience in consulting including design, construction administration, project management Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering Professional Engineering licensure or ability to obtain Position Benefits:Excellent work environment Competitive salary Opportunities for advancement Outstanding health & dental benefits Exceptional 401k retirement plan Paid holidays & vacation LI-DB1

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