Electrical Designer - Environmental Solutions
LOCATION: Cambridge, ON or Tulsa, OK
REPORTS TO: Engineering Manager, GT Intake Systems
The Electrical Designer is responsible for designing complete electrical systems. They will interface with Project Engineers and Electrical Engineers for design reviews, customer communication, responding to technical design questions, checking designs for accuracy and constructability and providing engineering support to fabricators. Main areas of focus are applied to gas turbine inlet systems, gas turbine exhaust systems and power plant auxiliary systems.
The Electrical Designer reports to the Engineering Manager, GT Intake Systems.
- Establish the electrical requirements from client drawings and specifications;
- Follows electrical design standards and procedures;
- Prepare detailed drawing packages, complete with bills of material, for electrical scope of projects (electrical layouts, schematics, wiring and junction boxes) in accordance with project requirements
- Work from sketches, customer specifications and general instructions from Project Engineers to create and update Electrical Drawings
- Ensure design details comply with relevant codes, standards, regulations and procedures;
- Review component/material cut sheets and related vendor documents for project specification compliance;
- Communicate with engineering, project management and fabricators to ensure designs meet customer requirements
- Coordinate design work with other disciplines and other project team members;
- Uphold the company code of ethics;
- Carry out peer reviews of associates and sub-consultant’s work;
- Stay alert for project scope change potential, liaising with the Project Engineer to handle these situations when they arise.
- Facilitate a prompt and accurate response to fabricators and project site team requests for engineering design support during fabrication and construction.
- Other Duties as Assigned
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Design Technologist Diploma in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience;
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products
- 3 to 5 Years of experience in AutoCAD and Inventor
- Working knowledge of the National Electric Code (NEC), Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for electrical equipment and installations.
- Familiar with hazardous areas protection techniques and equipment installed in hazardous areas
- Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate effectively in a project team environment where team members are spread across multiple office locations;
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain effective and respectful working relationships with internal and external contacts;
We thank all interested candidates in advance, however, only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please note there will be no provision for relocations costs offered for this position, we are looking for candidates within our operating regions.