Sr. Electrical Engineer Specialist
Richland, WA 99352 US
Reports to the Senior EI&C EGS/AHJ.
Engages with engineering teams and client on significant technical issues that arise and supports or leads in developing resolution.
Plans and conducts independent electrical work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application and adaptation of electrical engineering techniques, procedures and criteria.
Performs studies, options analysis, and scope development across all areas of electrical engineering.
Provides oversight of specifications and procurements of complex electrical equipment and/or systems.
Communicates complex technical issues and recommends solutions to upper management.
Supports preparation of estimates, staffing needs and schedules.
Develops conceptual designs for electrical engineering for project areas having specialized or unique requirements.
Interprets new or special regulations, codes, standards, criteria and performance data.
Performs checking or preparation of design documentation where warranted by high complexity.
Supports electrical engineering planning and performance analysis, status and reporting.
Mentors less-experienced team members and supports in their development.
May lead cross functional teams in resolving complex issues.
Supports in preparation of AHJ rulings, evaluations, equivalencies, and interpretations, database development of NEC/NRTL findings, and related training development/delivery.
Provides oversight of NRTL subcontract, NEC inspection process, procedure, and inspectors, and Electrical Safety program, process, and procedures.
Provides reviews of NRTL submittals, supplier CoCs, and engineering design supporting AHJ approvals.
Engages with client AHJ and Electrical Safety representative, and subcontract NEC inspectors, and Electrical Safety SME.
Qualifications and Skills
BS degree in Electrical Engineering with 13 year of related electrical design experience; or MS degree in electrical engineering with 11 years of related electrical design experience.
US Citizenship is required.
Must be able to complete a preemployment drug screen and background check.
Prior experience in a nuclear quality and safety environment.
US Professional Engineer Registration.
Specialized courses in electrical engineering.
Hands on Microsoft office programs, VISIO, and other computer programs.
Extensive knowledge and application of NFPA codes and ANSI/IEEE Standards.
Extensive knowledge on electrical systems, schematics and electrical equipment layouts.
Previous hands-on or extensive working knowledge with ETAP and other industry wide electrical system design tools, such as CAD 2D and cable designing and routing software.
Previous hands-on or extensive working knowledge with special electrical engineering tasks, assignments and studies.
Extensive knowledge of electrical technological developments, conduct research and present papers.
Five years supervisory experience.
Excellent oral & written communications skills.
Proven leadership & personnel skills.
Supervisory experience on large projects.
Previous company and/or DOD or DOE project experience.
Knowledgeable in company Corporate guides and standards.
Familiar with company standard programs.