An award-winning electrical design firm is seeking an a Senior Electrical Engineer/ Project Manager for ENDWELL, NY.
**This is NOT an internship
This is a permanent position with outstanding compensation plus benefits package. Relocation paid for candidates on the East Coast.
The Sr. Electrical Engineer/Project Manager will provide professional, technical day-to-day design development and input, and will supervise or coordinate the work of other engineers and/or technicians who assist with specific assignments. Minimal guidance and direction from senior staff is expected.
Management of some projects (as PM) with duties including responsibility for the quality of work performed, client service, project performance, and contract management.
Using methods recommended by senior project team members, perform work which involves conventional and/or complex types of plans, investigations, surveys, structures, or equipment
Solve engineering problems using experience, judgment and education
Remain proficient in the use of computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets, Autocad, and Revit. Remain proficient in most Group design software(s)
Prepare, or assist in the preparation of, engineering documents, details, schedules or reports as assigned
Attend and/or lead client meetings/presentations – daytime or evenings
Communicate with client representatives, contractors, suppliers, etc.
Serve and/or lead field inspection teams to obtain and document existing conditions using field notes, sketches, and photography
Develop project specifications and bidding documents
Participate and/or lead site visits/inspections/documentation during construction
BS in Electrical Engineering or similar
Electrical Engineer must have 15 years relevant experience.
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