Electrical Engineering Technician

Chenega Corporation
Washington, DC
Feb 25, 2021
Mar 01, 2021
Specialty Trades
Full Time
Summary The Electrical Engineering Technician assists NAVFAC WASH with performance of electrical engineering statement of work development. The Electrical Engineering Technician is familiar with both Design-Bid-Build and Design-Build delivery methods for projects, should have the ability to estimate design/construction efforts of scopes of works, and assist the Contracting Officer in the negotiations of statements of work with the General Contractor. The Electrical Engineering Technician can review contractor submittals and respond to requests for information (RFI's). Location is Washington, DC Navy Yard. Responsibilities Responsible for providing guidance and consultation for electrical power distribution, lighting, and telecommunications systems. Responsible for performing inspections and developing studies, designs, and construction documents. Perform On-site field inspections of on-going construction projects. Assist the construction manager in monitoring the status of construction progress for quality and timeliness of construction on contracts that involve technically complex electrical system aspects. Review plans and specifications for complex electrical systems in such facilities as hospitals, power plants, geothermal heat, plating shop projects, and other sophisticated projects involving complex and highly technical electrical equipment and systems. Review and recommend approval of shop drawings, samples of materials and components, catalog information, and certificates of compliance. Other duties as assigned Qualifications High school diploma or GED is required. 5+ years of experience is required in the field of designing and producing electrical facility design drawings and specifications. Background check required with the ability to obtain an interim secret or secret clearance, prior to hire and start. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Certified as a Master Electrician is a plus. Substantial knowledge and practical application of electrical design concepts, theories, principles, practices, and techniques necessary to plan, design, construct and maintain a wide range of shore based engineering projects. Have a thorough knowledge of electrical systems, including progressively difficult substantial experience in this field. Ability to function independently, interpreting, and adapting and supplementing this knowledge as necessary to complete the task, test, or project. Knowledge of DoD and Navy guide specifications, criteria and policy, industry codes and standards, and standard practices as related to electrical engineering design including the NFPA 70 (National Electrical Code), IEEE C2 (National Electrical Safety Code), and the International Building Code. Knowledge of Design-Bid-Build (DBB) and Design-Build (DB) Contracts. #Chenega Worldwide Support, LLC

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