Engineering Team Lead
SUMMARYThe Engineering Team Lead is responsible for providing technical engineering information and assistance to company management to insure that project complies with the project requirements and all engineering standards, applicable codes, and specifications. Knowledge of all aspects of electrical engineering including power distribution, lighting, grounding, energy conservation, and value engineering as they relate to designing state-of- the-art, constructible projects. The position would be considered a lead design position overseeing several engineers and designers. Advanced knowledge of all aspects of electrical engineering including power distribution, lighting, grounding, energy conservation, value engineering, applicable codes, and standards, etc. required.ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:Oversee Engineers, Designers and CAD staff assigned to your work or teamPrepare engineering fees appropriate for project requirementsPrepare or oversee work plans for engineering and production resources including the estimation of effort required to complete the workReview, comment and process equipment and system submittalsPerform coordination between architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, process and all electrical tradesPrepare designs, check, and specify power, lighting and auxiliary systemsPrepare power system single line diagrams, to include feeder and over current protection sizing, equipment elevationsConduct or oversee short circuit and over current protection device coordination studiesConduct or oversee Arc Flash mitigation studiesConduct or oversee distribution analysis including voltage drop, voltage droop, and underground heat effect (Neher-McGrath) calculationsCoordinate your work with the project Specifications or equipment buy-out. Visit job sites of remodel projects to field survey existing electrical conditionsUtilize engineering analysis programs and professional judgment to analyze loads, lighting levels, short circuit currentsConduct value engineering functionsAttend project design team meetings, and interface with various team members, particularly the client, architect, and mechanical contractor/engineerLead internal team design progress meetings to review current project resource allocation as well as fee dispositionCommunicate with Operations PM regarding effort required to accomplish the expected deliverables and support.In some cases, this will include developing requests for additional services for submittal to the PM or OwnerWork closely with the Rosendin Operations Project Manager to coordinate the design criteria with budgetary issuesResearch and resolve drawing interpretation problems, conflicts, interferences, and errorsGenerate or oversee project specifications appropriate for the projectDevelop complete and accurate sequence of operations for all designed systemsWorking knowledge of equipment and system testing and commissioningPerform work involving the application of all conventional aspect of electrical engineering related in the design of high tech, health industry, commercial, industrial and high rise residentialReview plans and review technical specifications, contract documents, and estimatesSupervise the design and on-going progress of a project, including the coordination of the project with city, state, and county officials, and other outside agenciesPrepare plans and specifications, establish schedules, and coordinate electrical engineering work with project managerPrepare documentation for the commissioning of a buildingResolve a variety of complex problems (ie conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials, difficult coordination requirements)Technical problem resolution.The Engineering Team Leader will typically oversee several people on a project or ongoing basis.The Engineering Team Leader will possess engineering management skills for resource allocation, work flow, work planning, fee estimating and independent QA/QC of their team's work in addition to the technical competence noted herein.The duties and responsibilities are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work being performed by this position. This is not a complete listing and other duties will be assigned based on the positions role within the business unit.EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:Bachelor's degree in engineering, architectural engineering, or construction sciencesminimum of 4 years experience as an Engineer IIA LEED AP(R) is required for this position for all employees after June 2010 for either promotion to this position or for new hires entering this position. The LEED AP may be waived for this position only by the Senior Vice President, EngineeringA registration as a US-based Professional Engineer (PE) is required for this positionCan be a combination of education, training and relevant experienceKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:Advanced knowledge of all aspects of electrical engineering including power distribution, lighting, grounding, energy conservation, value engineering, applicable codes, and standards, etc. requiredThe ability to assume responsibility, interface, and coordinate with others is essential, as is the ability to analyze and resolve complex engineering problemsAdvanced management skills are required, including work planning, resource management, fee development, staff oversight, staff development and advancement planningFluency in any of the following building types is required: mission-critical, high- rise and high-density housing, hospitality, health care, laboratory, commercial, gaming and high-technologyWorking knowledge in the current version of AutoCAD Building Systems and AutoCAD 2004 or later.Fluency with the Codes applied in the work.Working knowledge of the energy efficiency requirements to include the new Title 24 requirements, LEED Requirements and ANSI 90.1.Proficient in using a computer and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.); Oracle preferredAbility to prioritize and manage multiple tasks, changing priorities as necessaryAbility to work under time pressure and adapt to changing requirements with a positive attitudeEffective oral and written communication skills as required for the positionAbility to be self-motivated, proactive and an effective team playerAbility to interact effectively and professionally with all levels of employees, both management and staff alike, vendors, clients, and othersTRAVEL:0 % WORKING CONDITIONS:General work environment - sitting for long periods, standing, walking, typing, carrying, pushing, bending. Work is conducted primarily indoors with varying environmental conditions such as fluorescent lighting and air conditioningNoise level is usually low to mediumOccasional lifting of up to 40 lbsRosendin Electric is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are considered regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.