Lighting / Electrical Engineer
Weigand Associates, Inc. (WAI) is a premier MEP design firm located within the Washington DC Metropolitan area in Germantown, MD. WAI is well established in the Mid Atlantic region with an extensive portfolio of high profile projects, executing a wide variety of project types spanning the scale from 2M+ sq. ft. to small size projects. Our markets include: education (K-12 and higher education), government, mission critical, healthcare, hospitality/entertainment, and religious facilities. Read more about WAI at www.wainet.net
Current opportunities: Lighting / Electrical Engineer
- Highly competitive salary and excellent benefits package,
- Unlimited professional growth and career opportunities,
- Energetic team oriented environment,
- Hands on experience with quality and varied project types,
- Professional Development and Continuing Education Program,
- Reimbursement for LEED, FE and PE Exams, Professional Association and State Licensure Renewal,
- Paid health club membership,
- Employee loyalty reward program,
- Business Hours: Mon - Thur 8 am - 6 pm Fri 8 am - 12 pm
- EDUCATION: Bachelor of Engineering in Architectural Engineering (BAE), or Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree (BSEE), minimum; NCQLP-LC and LEED certifications preferred; IES membership desirable.
- Ideal candidate will have experience working within the AE industry (10+ years)
- Electrical candidate should have experience designing electrical power distribution systems, panel boards, load calculations and Life Safety Systems
- Must be computer oriented and familiar with Electrical application software. Working knowledge of AutoCAD is required and experience with Revit is a plus.
- Engineers will be developing UNIQUE and INNOVATIVE DESIGN solutions. The engineer must be proactive, have an understanding of architecture and building construction, be able to coordinate with other disciplines, and be able to meet the functional engineering needs of the project while supporting the building aesthetics and design themes.
- Expertise with normal office software is required, including: MS Word, Excel, etc.
- United States Citizen preferred.