Sets the standards and directs designing and engineering tasks to ensure system is complete, accurate, and in accordance with good engineering practices and per contract. Develops plans, specifications and inspection reports to ensure items are complete, accurate, and in accordance with good engineering practice and conducting engineering projects through all phases of development by performing the following duties.
Essential Job Responsibilities
1. Designs electrical systems for mission critical/data centers.
2. Demonstrates in-depth knowledge and design experience in at least four of the categories listed below, along with a good working knowledge of one additional category.
a. Lighting design, including lighting fixture selection, layout, circuiting, and controls for interior and exterior applications.
b. Power design, including layout and circuiting of receptacles, miscellaneous equipment, mechanical equipment, and completion of panel schedules.
c. Design of intermediate to complex electrical one-line diagrams.
d. Technology systems design relating to the layout of fire alarm, security, telecommunications and audio/video equipment.
e. Short circuit and voltage drop calculations.
f. Fuse and circuit breaker coordination studies.
g. Power design associated with UPS and generator support systems.
h. Prepare studies on various electrical systems, identify options and potential solutions. Provide related cost comparisons.
i. Development of specifications for the lighting and power systems.
j. Review of contractor’s shop drawings and submittals.
k. Conduct construction observations and prepare reports.
3. Performs required design calculations.
4. Proficient in use of word processing and spreadsheet software, and computer assisted engineering and design software to perform engineering tasks.
5. Provides technical supervision of assigned electrical designers, electrical engineers and CAD staff.
6. Coordinates technical and administrative activities with those of other disciplines and other departments in the company, Clients and the Client's design team participating in a project.
7. Demonstrates expert application of local and national building codes all applicable safety codes and industry standards
8. Exhibits comprehensive knowledge of design/engineering contracts including provisions of standard forms of agreement between: Owner/Architect, Owner/Engineer, Architect/Engineer, etc.
9. Provides mentoring and training to electrical staff.
10. Functional: Provides leadership by functioning as a sought-after technical and project-procedures information resource.
11. Supevisory: Provides leadership by utilization of exceptional motivational skills and the ability to establish and maintain positive interpersonal relationships with subordinates.
Other Job Responsibilities
1. Maintains general appearance of work areas.
2. Acts and communicates in a positive and friendly manner in order to get along with clients, customers, co-workers and management.
3. Responsible for fostering and maintaining good client relationships.
4. Maintains a superior level of service to our clients.
5. Presents the client with a “positive experience” throughout all interactions.
6. Helps to create and develop ideas for new marketing initiatives for both new and existing market segments.
7. Helps to identify and cultivate new clients for both new and existing market segments.
8. Helps to reinforce and enhance the Swanson Rink marketing goals.
9. Follows all required safety procedures in the field and in the office.
We are a dynamic organization in a rapidly changing industry. Accordingly, the responsibilities associated with this job will change from time to time in accordance with the Company's business needs. More specifically, the incumbent may be required to perform additional and/or different responsibilities from those set forth above.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Bachelor's Degree Electrical Engineering from an ABET-accredited four-year college or university. Successful performance at this career level typically requires 10 - 15 years of relevant work experience.
Demonstrated supervisory/leaderships skills and/or minimum of three years supervisory experience or combination of skills and experience necessary to lead a team of Engineers.
Knowledge, Skill, Ability, Licenses
• Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Colorado.
• Establishment of an NCEES Record is required to facilitate the application process for professional registration in multiple states.
• Extensive experience and proficiency in conducting large and complex engineering projects through every phase of development
• Ability to communicate clearly and effectively; to express ideas; to share information; and to prepare clear, well-organized correspondence, reports and similar documents.
• Knowledge of fundamental business principles and practices, e.g., chargeable versus billable time, invoicing procedures, chargeable expenses, cost versus billing rate and profit margins
• Must be authorized to work in the United States.