Engineering Manager

US-CA-Sacramento
Req No.
2016-1176
Category
Engineering
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

The Engineering Manager - Building & Construction Group position is responsible for providing direction to engineering department members, schedule, budget and process management and coordinating with other department members for the success of Rex Moore and its clients.  The ideal candidate will have experience working with Building departments, Electrical superintendents, foremen and other field personnel in problem resolution as well as strong communication and presentation skills.

Responsibilities

Include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Management of resource scheduling

  • Monitor and manage design budgets

  • Provide feedback to the estimating department on recommended project budgets for design

  • Manage the completion of complex plans based upon input from clients, design-build sales staff, and personal knowledge, utilizing department standards

  • Ensure designs meet electrical code requirements, including load calculations, protective device coordination, fault current analysis, lighting as required by client

  • Provide leadership and training for other engineering team members

  • Consult on and manage continuous improvement of department processes and practices

  • Identify cost effective or cost saving design items

  • Identify training needs for staff

Qualifications

Include, but are not limited to the following:

  • BSEE degree from an accredited college or university
  • Experience managing a staff of up to 15 engineers, designers and drafters
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience with building power systems, signal and telecommunications systems, of which, a minimum of 5 years’ experience in a lead position within an engineering or similar design firm or equivalent experience
  • Extensive knowledge of NEC and building codes as it applies to electrical design
  • Extensive knowledge of lighting and standard commercial products and their application
  • In-depth knowledge of general construction practices, building types and electrical construction
  • Knowledge of signal systems, including telecommunications, fire alarm, A/V and other low voltage systems
  • Knowledge of power systems analysis, including circuit breaker coordination, fault current, voltage drop, and load analysis
  • Knowledge of electrical drafting  symbols, and electrical or general construction basics
  • Knowledge of electrical components, including NEMA types and sizes, and lighting

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