Sr. Electrical Engineer II

Location: Burlington, MA
Date Posted: 07-11-2018
Long Term Contract
1099 or w2
Rate is DOE per hour
Ability to Obtain Secret Clearance is Required

IIS’s Hardware and Infrastructure (HW&I) Engineering Organization is currently seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer II for its Construction Engineering Group. This individual will provide technical expertise and leadership for the design and construction of facility power distribution systems. The Construction Engineering Group is a team of engineering and systems installation professionals has been tasked with deploying systems around the world. The design team is comprised of civil, electrical, and mechanical licensed professional engineers specializing in facility design within a radar, air traffic control, Airport and border security, and telecommunications infrastructure environment. This group is tasked with site layout and design, facility design, systems transition, integration planning, construction management, systems installation, integration, system optimization, testing, system maintenance, and logistics support. The customer sites for these projects are typically government sites with agencies such as DoD, FAA, TSA, DTRA, or Homeland Security, along with multiple foreign governments and customers. 

The specific program for on-boarding this successful candidate is part of a large TSA IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity) Contract for deployment of check point and baggage handling technologies and equipment along with associated infrastructure. 

As a Senior Electrical Engineer II, you will develop, plan, and design facility components including power, controls, communications, fire alarm, and security, which will include construction drawings and specifications, cost and quantity estimates, and analysis (power distribution, engine generators, load analysis etc). You will survey customer facilities and document existing conditions for proposed electrical facility upgrades. You should be familiar with the NEC, NFPA, and Life Safety codes. You will be responsible for technical coordination, as well as cost and schedule performance of the project design. Additionally, you will provide direction and consultation on electrical issues at various sites and be responsible for technical work performed by lower level engineers. You should be able to work effectively in a team setting. As a Senior Electrical Engineer II, you will be expected to work with minimal technical direction and at a high level of independence in resolving technical problems and establishing the approach for a solution.

Required Skills: As a Senior Electrical Engineer II with this group you must have a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and at least 10 years’ experience in facilities power distribution, controls, communications, fire alarm, and security engineering. Experience should include the development of data, drawings, and specifications to permit the detailed layout and construction of complex designs. Candidate should have a solid working knowledge of the NEC code. Candidate should have a good understanding of basic building code requirements and of general construction practices, including new facility construction, upgrades of existing facilities, and other related construction work. You should have the ability to work effectively in a multi-task environment, and have good project management skills. You must possess strong communication skills and be comfortable in performing presentations for customers as well as internal leadership. You must have the willingness and ability to travel about 30-40% of the time to various construction sites at domestic or international locations. You must have the ability to obtain and maintain a US Government Secret security clearance. Desired Skills: Prior airport facility design experience and specifically experience with TSA check point technologies are a plus. Also, experience with FAA and other similar government facilities is desired, Experience with AutoCAD, with other Autodesk products and Microstation is a plus. Experience with SKM software, short circuit calculations, lightning protection and grounding design / testing. Experience with peers reviews, submittals and project closeout. Data center experience. Knowledge of UPS systems, power conditioners and frequency converters. A Professional Engineer’s license in Electrical Engineering or a career track to obtain said license is also desired. Required Education: Requires a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) and 6 years of related work experience or 14 years of related work experience in lieu of a STEM degree.
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