The successful candidate will work under the direction and mentorship of a Project Engineer to develop design calculations, detail drawings, specifications, and other documents for the construction of power line facilities. Specific responsibilities include creating project scope documents; finite element design modeling using PLS-CADD software; engineering design of structures and foundations; developing loading, framing, foundation and plan & profile drawing sets; creating staking sheets, sag charts, and other construction exhibits; producing material and construction specifications; and performing other design tasks as needed. Design Engineers assist the Project Engineer in the coordination, quality monitoring and oversight of designers, drafters, and support staff.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor of Science or Master’s degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong organization and planning skills; ability to work in a team environment; commitment to quality and accuracy; and a willingness to meet fast-paced project schedules. A commitment to progress towards PE licensure is encouraged. The successful applicant must have fundamental knowledge of transmission engineering principals and applicable codes and standards. The successful applicant may be subject to client-mandated drug and background checking. Occasional travel/driving is required; therefore, the successful applicant will be subject to ECI’s auto insurance carrier requirements. Applicants must not require immigration sponsorship now or in the future.
Submit letter of application, résumé and list of three professional references.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Salary commensurate with experience and education. Benefits include the following:
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, distribution systems, communication systems and industrial electrical facilities.