Summary of Duties:
Owns electrical engineering of projects of moderate size, complexity and uniqueness under the supervision of more senior electrical project engineers. Assists Sr. Electrical Project Engineers and Electrical Project Engineers in the execution of more complex, larger and more unique projects. Lead hardware engineers in the execution of project deliverables. Monitor internal quality of electrical deliverables produced using drawing redlines, checklists, review meetings as needed to ensure first time right output. Calculate and describe the entire, or portions of, electromechanical installation (panels / field wiring / components) and functionality, under the supervision of more senior electrical project engineers, and alongside the Controls Project Leader and PLC engineers. Select standardized solutions from previously successful designs and re-uses standard company modules when possible for effective and economic results. Make detail design of the electromechanical installation and coordinate the work for realization and installation by subcontractors. Safeguards quality. Make (electromechanical) project documentation and technical project specifications for Controls Hardware suppliers, subcontractors and suppliers of resale equipment. Monitor the uniformity. Understand, interpret and apply procedures, standards and regulations on National and Local code level for the US. Assist in making field wiring test plans for controls hardware installation. Support of the site team, electrical supervisor, and PLC Engineer to minimize potential problems. Work closely with electrical engineering team to resolve clients’ and subcontractors’ questions and problems throughout project life cycle.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related Engineering field of study and 3 years of experience in the job offered or related occupation.
Position also requires demonstrated experience with the following: working knowledge of US National Electrical Code (NEC/NFPA 70); calculating feeder wire size; calculating feeder voltage drop; calculating motor starter component sizing; calculating feeder overcurrent protection; calculating feeder short circuit protection; designing using AutoCAD Electrical or EPLAN; creating single line diagrams; creating wiring diagrams; creating wiring lists; and creating Bill of Material (BOM) lists. Requires at least 10% travel to customer/client sites.
Vanderlande is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regards to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.