Electrical Designer w/NEC Codes and SP3D

Job Order: JOB012300178

Essential Job Functions:
o May serve as the lead designer on a large and/or technically complex project planning and technically supervising design activities with responsibility for the complete design of a major component or system of a project or may serve in an individual contributor role as a technical expert planning, scheduling and completing broadly defined and/or technically complex design assignments.
o Independently performs most assignments. Develops, plans, evaluates and recommends solutions for difficult and/or complex problems.
o Prepares all types of designs, layouts, basic plans, studies and/or calculations in conformance with applicable codes and design standards from preliminary sketches, diagrams and other information.
o Frequently required to exercise independent judgment on design procedures and courses of action to be pursued in order to efficiently produce a satisfactory finished design.
o Expected to explore and regularly suggest new approaches and concepts in design of components with the objective of producing better designs at a lower cost.
o Provides technical guidance, instruction and direction to others in area(s) of expertise.
o Prepares and checks lists of materials or specifications utilizing knowledge and/or engineering practices and fundamentals, shop and erection practices, etc.
o Checks own work for practicality from the standpoint of fabrication, installation or maintenance.
o Plans work and meets deadlines without supervisor action.
o Needs to be an Electrical Designer with 15 years exp
o Must have NEC code exp
o Must know SP3D

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