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Electrical Engineer – $120,000.00 – Closing Date: ASAP

Electrical Engineer – Construction – Job Details:

Chatsworth, CA • Thousand Oaks, CA

Type: Full-time
Salary: $70,000.00 – $120,000.00

If you are a Electrical Engineer or Entry level Engineer looking for a new role within Construction, please read on!

As an Electrical Engineer, you will work on teams for a variety of projects that is overseen by a project manager. Most of our work is in the Public Works space as our specialty. We are a local outfit with a steady pipeline of work – looking for multiple EE’s due to growth. Our commitment to empowering people and powering projects is realized by our exceptional team of dedicated and highly skilled experts working together and never settling for good enough.

What You Will Be Doing

– Help manage electrical projects from the conceptual planning to close out
– Review electrical drawings, along with designer or drafter
– Coordinate and communicate with equipment vendors and review production drawings
– Attend project site visits, field inspections, factory acceptance testing and site acceptance testing
– Develop project status reports and other duties assigned by the project manager.

What You Need for this Position

– Desire to have a lasting career in electrical construction
– Electrical construction experience is a plus
– Public Works project experience or general commercial experience
– PE or EIT preferred not required

What’s In It for You

– 70-120k (depending on project exp)
– 401k
– Health
– Dental
– Vision
– Life insurance
So, if you are a Electrical Engineer – Construction with experience, please apply today!

Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Preferred Skills:
  • Construction
  • Electrical
  • RFI’s
  • rfq
  • Change Orders
  • Electric
  • Ground Up
  • Engineering
  • Construction Management

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