Moline, IL Pay 95K
Permanent role including attractive benefits package
Our Quad Cities office seeks an electrical engineer with experience developing client relationships and managing the design and construction administration services for electrical engineering systems. We are looking for a highly collaborative person who has the skills to work with a team of architects and other engineers to deliver projects in a fast-paced environment.
Professional engineer preferred, or the ability to obtain PE license
Solid technical experience in the preparation of construction drawings, specifications, submittals, and construction administration
Must be able to collaborate with other disciplines, establish and maintain budgets, and work in partnership with engineers throughout the company
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
Thorough knowledge of NEC Codes
Proficiency in using Microsoft Word and Excel
Ability to provide direction to designers and REVIT technicians
Ability to participate in marketing activities
Should be able to contribute to several projects simultaneously
Work in a team setting with other disciplines to produce electrical construction documents
Mentor and Teach less experienced engineers and designers
Must be able to drive and have access to an automobile
Must have the ability to travel. Must be able to climb ladders and work off of elevated platforms and open grating when required
Must be able to wear PPE as required for specific clients and sites
Mechanical and electrical teams identify development needs for BIM (Building Information Modeling)
ABOUT THE QUAD CITIES
There are many exciting amenities that thrive here including the Figge Art Museum, Putnam Museum, Quad City Symphony Orchestra, iWireless Center, Bix 7 Road Race, PGA John Deere Classic, Quad Cities Marathon, and Modern Woodmen Ballpark (was recently recognized as the "Best Minor League Ballpark" in America by USA Today readers). The list goes on with many outdoor recreational features, including the Great River Trail for biking, hiking and walking (over 100 miles of trails); numerous local, county, and state parks; boating and fishing opportunities in the Mississippi and Rock Rivers; and access to exceptional golf courses, just to name a few.
Equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.