Responsibilities include but are not limited to providing assistance to electrical planning engineers, requesting/organizing/validating/updating study information related to multiple simultaneous projects, update planning task tracking tools, develop and maintaining electric system models, work with engineers to prepare narrative reports with charts and tables, and assists other staff as required.
Minimum Requirements: High school diploma required and a 2 to 4-year college degree desired. College work in math and sciences is desirable but not required. Familiarity with spreadsheet tools such as Microsoft Excel required. The successful applicant must have ability to learn complex tasks, be well organized and detail oriented. Effective writing/communication skills desired; knowledge of and/or ability to learn computer software programs including Microsoft Office Suite and internet applications; the ability to learn technical concepts; problem-solving skills; the ability to work on several projects or issues simultaneously; the ability to work independently or in a team environment as needed. Successful applicant must meet ECI’s auto insurance carrier requirements. Successful applicant may be subject to client mandated drug and background checking. Successful applicant must not require immigration sponsorship now or in the future.
ECI employs over 500 engineers, designers, project managers, surveyors, right-of-way agents, environmental planners, construction professionals and support staff in 20 engineering offices across the U.S. ECI has over 35 years of experience in the planning, engineering and construction of a wide range of power delivery projects including substations, transmission lines, energy storage facilities, renewable energy, distribution systems, communication systems and industrial electrical facilities.
Submit letter of application, résumé and list of three professional references.
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Salary commensurate with experience and education. Benefits include the following: