SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Electrical Engineer II is part of the Construction and Installation Engineering team working directly with customers, building design and construction teams, equipment designers, and the installation teams to ensure successful projects from initial conception through system commissioning. This is a hands-on position that includes onsite field work, remote support, office work, and carries a wide variety of responsibilities. The successful candidate will have to be driven, adapt rapidly to change, and be willing to tackle a wide variety of challenges with a strong sense of ownership.
Creates and maintains building interface requirements documents. May include conduit and raceway drawings, electrical installation drawings and documentation, power distribution requirements, and cable pull sheets.
Supports verification of the incorporation of ProNova building interface requirements into construction project and design documents, and associated BIM. Includes direct support and interaction with customer project, design, and construction teams.
Supports the onsite verification of ProNova building interface requirements at critical project stages to ensure successful field implementation, and to ensure customer sites are ready for equipment installation at project milestones.
Evaluates requested deviations from building requirements and specifications throughout the construction process.
Monitors and responds to requests for information (RFIs) from project design and construction teams.
Creates and maintains installation procedures and drawings to be used by internal and external resources from the installation through integration testing phases of the project.
Creates and updates the system bill of materials for installation materials and kits.
Provides technical direction and support (remote and onsite) to internal and external installation teams as needed to support the successful installation and commissioning of the system.
Creates as-built drawings to document changes and deviations throughout the project as needed to facilitate trouble shooting and repair of the system during clinical operation.
Provide technical input for the creation of statements of work and contractor bid packages, and subsequent support for the analysis of contractor responses and proposals.
Works directly with equipment design engineers to develop a thorough understanding of critical equipment requirements. May participate in equipment design reviews, product risk analysis, and evaluation of product change requests.
Works directly with ProNova equipment vendors to develop a thorough understanding of installation requirements and operational needs, and to ensure their requirements are captured in the ProNova building interface requirements.
BS, MS, or PE in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
Proficient in the use of Autocad (2D), experience with Revit is desirable.
4 to 6 years of experience working on construction projects or heavy technical equipment installations.
Experience with the analysis, design, and operation of power distribution equipment is preferred.
Field experience with wiring and electrical raceway installation is desired.
Demonstrated ability to analyze and understand a mix of complex equipment and construction drawings and specifications.
Demonstrated ability to analyze and understand relevant building codes and standards.
Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and to deliver quality results on schedule.
Must be willing and able to travel domestically and internationally as required to perform the responsibilities of the position. Travel may vary dependent on the location, number, and stages of projects. Typical travel will be on the order of 30 to 50%.
Must be willing to actively participate in meetings as required. Due to the global nature of the business, meetings may be held outside of normal business hours including weekends and holidays.
- Strong communication and organizational skills, including the demonstrated ability to communicate and coordinate efficiently across multiple disciplines, functions and employee levels.
Working conditions will vary greatly and may include conditioned office space, undeveloped land, land under development, construction sites, warehouses, etc. Work may be performed in a finished office space, a temporary office such as a jobsite trailer, outdoors, or in a building that is under construction.