The Electrical Engineer Project Manager will provide project management oversight for assigned projects with responsibility for quality, cost and schedule with the capabilities to handle projects up to 20MM total installed cost.
Responsibilities include managing multiple projects with multiple engineering firms simultaneously to provide creative engineered designs in compliance with all applicable industry, local, state and federal codes and regulations. A strong Electrical Power Engineering background required, along with experience in Load Flow Studies, Short Circuit Analysis, Arc Flash Analysis, and Protective Relaying coordination. The successful candidate will support operations by providing, on an emergency and routine basis, diagnoses and resolution of basic technical problems; solve the problems by working with people of different skill levels covering all aspects of engineering - automation, equipment, piping, electrical, and civil. Additional duties include:
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