Engineer - (4 positions available)

Use advanced principles of electrical and energy engineering in design projects.  Research engineering and design issues involving building design, power generation plants, and/or utility systems.  Analyze and incorporate power engineering theories and principles to recommend project options and alternatives to clients.  Collaborate with other engineering and design team members to coordinate the design and development of energy engineering projects.  Use CAD software to create design plans and project documentation for projects including 4-to-12kV conversions, Overhead to Underground conversions, smart grids, and cable and conduit designs.  Draft and present regular project status reports to senior engineers and management.


Bachelor’s degree or higher in Electrical Engineering or closely related field with a focus in Power Engineering.  Foreign equivalent degrees are acceptable.  In addition to degree, must have any amount of full-time work or academic experience in all of the following: designing and developing projects for building design, power generation plans, and/or utility systems using power engineering theories and principles; researching engineering and design issues, evaluating alternatives, making sound recommendations and preparing recommendations; and designing projects with computer-based modeling and simulation tools.

Offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing drug, reference and background screens.

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