Stanley Consultants, Inc. Engineer in Training I - Energy & Environment in Muscatine, Iowa
Engineer in Training I - Energy & Environment
Stanley Consultants is a firm recognized in the engineering industry for our commitment to client service and our passion to make a difference. With a focus on military, energy, water, transportation and the environment, we bring global knowledge, a century
of experience, and multi-disciplinary capabilities to serve our private and public clients.
Stanley Consultants is seeking an Electrical Engineer in Training to join our Muscatine, Iowa office with a background in building services and plant facilities design for military, higher education, institutional, utility plant, and industrial clients.
Technical responsibilities will include the design and layout of any / all of the following: site and building
power distribution with medium and low voltage
systems, switchgear and motor control centers; computer modeling/analysis of electrical systems;
fire alarm, and security systems; convenience power,
lighting systems, lightning protection systems; design of schematic and wiring diagrams; preparation of specifications for equipment and systems; report preparation; determining code requirements; and performing and reviewing design computations.
Position will be responsible for design efforts, with expectations of performing design duties under supervision. Must be able to coordinate technical efforts within discipline areas as necessary, managing a design budget and schedule, and be able to demonstrate
proficiency in these areas.
Candidate should be familiar with Microsoft Office. Design experience with ETAP, SKM or similar electrical modeling software is a plus. Design experience with military bases, central plants and campus infrastructure is also a plus.
Requirements, skills, and experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited College or University.
1-5 years of relevant experience.
Engineer in Training registration or the ability to obtain within 1 year.
Have excellent written and verbal skills.
Understanding of developing engineering drawings and specifications.
Perform basic engineering calculations.
Assist in sizing, selecting, and specifying electrical equipment and coordinating information with vendors.
Perform project field site visits.
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