In this position, you will perform engineering work making independent decisions on problems and methods in the field of Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, (E3). Candidate will be responsible for overseeing equipment EMI qualification efforts. Candidate will be expected to apply engineering principles to investigate, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, and evaluate equipment for EMC.
In this role, you will be responsible for assisting in all project administrative functions which include contract administration, procurement, document management, financial and risk management, scheduling and quality control as necessary to support field operations from start-up to completion/closeout. The Project Engineer reports to the Project Manager to whom he/she is currently assigned and has no direct reports.
In this role, you will conduct an analysis of reliability problems and investigates to determine the reliability required for the particular situation, considering the cost limitations for equipment up/down time, repair/replacement costs, weight, size and availability of material/equipment.
A successful candidate will be able to provide proactive technical guidance for the reliable operation of electrical power distribution equipment, as well as assist in reactive technical troubleshooting of day-to-day operations as an electrical area contact engineer.
In this role, the selected candidate will be primarily responsible for the engineering and design of building electrical systems (lighting, power, and limited special systems) for facilities such as K-12 and higher education, healthcare, hospitality and commercial buildings.