Sr Electrical Engineer
Hanover, NH 03755 US
Up to $155K per year
FROM MGR: Regarding hybrid schedule - for our Engineering staff we are flexible –we do not require them to be on campus unless there is a reason for them to be on campus, eg. Field work on a project. Most meetings have a remote option.
Depending upon what the engineer is working on and their level of experience that could be one to three days/week on campus. For new staff I would assume a minimum of two days/week on campus to start –as they get familiar with the campus and the staff they are working with that requirement can be relaxed
Position Purpose Participates in all aspects of day-to-day operations of the engineering office. The position is supervised by the Engineering Design Manager. The FO&M engineering office strives to provide high quality engineering services for a wide range of projects and clients, including working with Project Managers on in-house design and renovation projects, working with FO&M shops on system upgrades, improvements, replacements, and O&M procedures, assisting with design and analysis of energy efficiency projects, and providing review and technical oversight of projects designed by outside consultants. The activities of the Sr. Electrical Engineer may include design reviews, field investigations, existing systems assessment, electrical, lighting and lighting control system design and layout, equipment selection and specification, drafting, code review, calculations including spreadsheet analyses and use of engineering software, writing control system sequences of operation, construction administration, and commissioning services. Description Required Qualifications - Education and Yrs Exp Bachelors plus 6 or more years' experience or combination of education and experience Required Qualifications - Skills, Knowledge and Abilities Preferred Qualifications Background Check Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, conduct review, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable. A criminal conviction will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment. Background check information will be used in a confidential, non-discriminatory manner consistent with state and federal law. Key Accountabilities
Description Owner’s Engineer
As Owner’s Engineer, provides electrical engineering oversight of consultants’studying, designing, constructing, and commissioning new construction and renovation projects in campus buildings, utility plants, and utility distribution systems.Projects may involve electrical distribution and equipment ranging from low voltage to 13.2 kV. Projects also may include fire alarm and communication systems. Checks designs and installations for compliance with design and construction guidelines, energy performance guidelines, and relevant building codes, including ASHRAE, NFPA, IBC, and local regulations and zoning. Activities include attending project meetings, developing consultant scopes of work, conducting design reviews, conducting selected submittal reviews, construction observation, commissioning oversight, and project closeout verification as Owner’s Engineer. Percentage Of Time 70 Description Department Liaison
Acts as liaison between FO&M and various departments requesting engineering support services campus-wide. Works closely with FO&M shops on troubleshooting, providing technical insight, problem solving, and implementing solutions for maintenance and operations related projects Provides technical oversight of projects to successful completion, and issues work orders as needed to complete various jobs.
Percentage Of Time 10 Description Engineering Design and Construction Administration
Provides engineering design and construction administration services for a variety of small electrical system renovation/renewal projects in academic, administrative, utility and residential use facilities. Prepares bid documents including equipment selection, system layout and design, drafting, and specifications. Construction administration services include shop drawing review, attendance at job meetings, clarification of installation details with contractors in the field, review of as-built documentation and archiving, and conducting field inspections with reports.
Percentage Of Time 10 Description Campus Design and Construction Guidelines
Participates in continuous improvement of campus design and construction guidelines, and high performance building design guidelines, for designers and contractors doing work on the campus.
Percentage Of Time 5 Description Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
We are actively striving to make Campus Services a desired place to work in the Upper Valley, a place where people feel welcomed, where they can be their authentic selves, be heard, and feel accepted. We want this culture to be felt by those who receive our services. The way we treat one another should be the same way we treat our customers.
Percentage Of Time 5 -- Demonstrates a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness through actions, interactions, and communications with others. -- Performs other duties as assigned