Electrical Engineer

About the Electrical Engineer Opportunity:
Accountable for projects assigned including the planning, design and production of the electrical engineering components of state of the art buildings.
Rely upon your high level of engineering judgment and experience in developing appropriate, quality solutions that help maintain successful client relationships.
Coordinate the activities of other team members and assist in production as needed to meet schedules.
Responsible for coordinating efforts between disciplines and working as a team player.
May function as a Project Engineer on specific projects of smaller scope, participate in the firm's marketing effort, and supervise the tasks and methods used by other personnel assigned to the project.
Report to the Senior Engineer or Senior Project Engineer as assigned by the Division Director and work with the Project Engineer.
Electrical Engineer Job Requirements:
Ideal candidates will possess a BSEE or BSAE (with electrical specialty) from an ABET accredited engineering program
PE license and at least 4 years experience in the engineering and design of electrical (power, lighting, and communications) systems for commercial, institutional, governmental, and healthcare facilities.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential for success in this role. Candidates must have solid AutoCAD skills and those with REVIT experience will be given preference.
TLC Engineering for Architecture offers:
Outstanding salaries
Competitive benefits
401k w/match
Flexible schedules
If you are ready to join a family friendly, environmentally conscious, technology driven firm, then you are ready for TLC. For more information on our firm and the types of projects we work on, please visit: www.tlc-engineers.com
TLC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, dedicated to Workforce Diversity. EOE/M/F/IWD/V - Minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply. TLC participates in E-Verify.

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