Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. Electrical Engineer II in Denver, Colorado
Electrical Engineer II
A leading comprehensive engineering design and consulting firm, SSR provides innovative solutions for clients with facility and infrastructure challenges. To achieve client needs, SSR has multiple locations across the US. Working with a diverse group of individuals in a variety of markets, our team of experts partner with our clients to deliver advanced solutions that last.
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Looking for an Electrical Engineer II (Sports Design) for Denver (May work remotely)
The Electrical Engineer II i ndependently performs a variety of tasks requiring the application of standard design engineering techniques for small projects or selected segments of large projects. Assists with the development of design approaches and concepts. Assists the project team in the production of projects on time, within budget, and consistent with industry standards.
Assumes responsible charge for projects within the engineer’s experience and expertise; serves as the Engineer on Record (EOR) on assigned projects
Coordinates project designs with other disciplines to determine equipment needs, provide input for operating procedures, and provide technical information
Performs specific engineering studies and other design analyses using industry software
Attends meetings with owners, clients, or architects as needed
Assists in the development of design approaches and concepts
Evaluates the work of design colleagues and provides feedback and/or corrections
Conducts project job site visits during construction to monitor progress and observe installed construction; makes comments based on design specifications, owner expectations, and building codes
Coordinates with local authorities, utilities, and municipalities to incorporate associated construction and government standards
Identifies collisions and ensures collisions are addressed and resolved by design staff
Develops the overall man-hour budget and is responsible for the man-hour budget within the discipline; develops workplans for discipline team in accordance with the budget
Provides input, feedback, and updates on project schedules and plans work in accordance with the schedule
Reviews shop drawings and submittals
Assists with the preparation and implementation of a proactive Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) plan for projects
Assists senior technical staff in the development of technical documentation, proposals, and presentations to clients
Coordinates with suppliers, contractors, and clients to determine project scope
Reviews work for technical accuracy and completeness prior to the final QA/QC review
Maintains a continued focus on keeping up with industry trends and changes through continued self-education and training
Actively participates in the local chapter of a professional organization where the technical reputation and professional image of the firm may be enhanced
Assists in training, mentoring, and/or developmental guidance of engineers, designers, and EITs.
May provide input during employee reviews
May assist the Project Manager in facilitating some project duties as required
An ideal candidate will possess the following requirements:
Bachelor's degree in engineering from an ABET accredited college with eight years applicable experience in discipline design and analysis
Registered Professional Engineer
Must have experience in Sports building design
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (i.e., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook)
Knowledge of engineering theories and methodologies
Knowledge of industry specific software (i.e., Revit and AutoCAD)
Knowledge of discipline specific software (e.g., Trace700 and SKM)
Knowledge of drafting and design procedures, standards, and specifications
Knowledge of applicable codes and regulations
Interpersonal Skills – ability to interact positively and work effectively with others
Technical Writing Skills – skilled in the area of summarizing or explaining technical information in a clear, concise and accurate way, communicating the point intended
Comprehension – ability to understand information, ideas, and direction presented in writing and/or verbally communicated
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