Our client is seeking an Electrical Engineer to join their team in Hillsboro, OR.
Electrical Engineer Responsibilities
Perform technical mechanical analysis and calculations, prepare construction documents,
collaborate with clients and project design team members, and perform construction administration.
Electrical Engineer Responsibilities Qualifications
3-9 years’ experience.
Maintain good knowledge and understanding of the NEC and NFPA79.
Experience with Easy Power, SKM or ETAP
Experienced electrical design in Revit - https://youtu.be/Nzlw35_RQuc
Experienced in AutoCAD, AutoCAD Electrical: Block creation, basic LISP (API familiarity a plus).
Understand and draw P&ID.
Experience with AB PLC and HMI programming experience.
Ability to communicate effectively within a project team and with clients.
Knowledge of industrial electrical systems, substations, and power generation.
Knowledge of relay panels, control schematics and wiring diagrams.
Creating panel shop drawings.
Understand Short circuit, load flow and relay coordination studies.
Benefits are available to eligible VanderHouwen contractors and include coverage for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long term disability, and matching 401k.
VanderHouwen is an award-winning, Women-Owned, WBENC certified professional staffing firm. Founded in 1987, VanderHouwen has been successfully placing experienced professionals throughout the Pacific Northwest and nationwide. Our recruitment teams are highly specialized in either Technology and IT, Engineering, or Accounting and Finance career markets. Our recruiters value building meaningful, professional relationships with each candidate as well as developing honed knowledge of companies' staffing needs and workplaces. Partner with us to land your next exciting career.
VanderHouwen is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. VanderHouwen does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state or federal civil rights laws.”
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