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Electrical Engineer

1 month ago
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Engineering - Facility/Construction


Responsible for the preparation of detailed electrical engineering analysis, calculations and
designs, development of plans using AutoCAD, specifications and cost estimates, in support of
in-house and A/E design bid build and design-build projects, for a wide range of projects.
Typical design projects include power generation systems, unit substations, MV overhead and
underground distribution systems, lighting systems and related energy saving type controls,
power systems, lightning and grounding systems, cathodic protection, photovoltaic and wind
power systems, communication and AV systems, security systems, and other systems of major
complexity for use by Naval Shore Facilities, including multi-story offices and quarters,
hospitals, electrical generation and distribution, towers, airfields, aircraft overhaul facilities,
industrial waste treatment plants, piers, photovoltaic farms, training facilities and a very wide
diversification of other structures and facilities.


Apply knowledge and skill to research electrical systems, equipment, or techniques in the
development of electrical design projects. Analyze the applicability of innovative processes,
systems, equipment, or techniques and implement such in projects and specifications.
Demonstrate knowledge of the latest electrical materials and methods of construction. Prepare
correspondence, status reports, economic analyses, calculations, engineering studies, fact sheets
and technical reports. Experience in operating electrical design software (i.e, SKM, AGi32) is



  • Bachelor Degree from an ABET accredited Electrical Engineering or Engineering Technology program.
  • Minimum of 5 continuous years of experience in the design and engineering of Electrical systems design for facilities.
  •  At least 1 year working on Capital Improvement projects for a Federal Agency, and 5 years' experience in AutoCAD, SpecsIntact, Word, and Excel software.


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