ATSS is looking for a Senior Electrical Engineer II
JOB TITLE/LOCATION: Electrical Engineer I – Senior Electrical Engineer II / New Orleans LA
REPORTS TO: Electrical Department Manager
multi-discipline design and project management consultancy serving a wide range of industrial, commercial, and governmental clients across the U.S.A., and at selective international sites.
a well-established firm based in New Orleans, Louisiana. With a staff of over 250 employees, Company provides professional services to its clients for projects both large and small.
Company offers competitive benefits package including healthcare, 401K, standard holidays, vacation/sick PTO, multiple work schedules to choose from which include half-day Fridays or every other Friday off.
Company is currently looking for electrical engineers at all levels to join their team supporting large multi-discipline projects for a large international mining company copper and gold mine located in Indonesia. The mining company has a dynamic portfolio of expansion and growth projects at this mine location.
Electrical engineers should be prepared to lead, learn and actively participate in the development and implementation of electrical designs for miscellaneous projects. As an integral part of the electrical design team, an electrical engineer will be given the opportunity to grow and build their career with
Developing electrical power generation, distribution, protection, and related control systems
Preparing construction drawings and documents including equipment location plans, interconnect wiring diagrams, wiring schematics, cable and tray layouts, equipment supports, cable schedules, and lighting, etc.
Developing electrical models and reports using various modelling software packages (e.g. SKM, ETAP, PLS-CAD, AmpCalc, ATP)
Working with other team members including clients and vendors
Accepting and using guidance from other engineers and designers on the team
Participate in feasibility studies, equipment selection, equipment specification/procurement, design drawing development
As a minimum, entry-level candidates are expected to have:
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET accredited university and 5 to 20 years of relevant experience in plant/facility electrical designs
Knowledge in the principles and practices of engineering NEC, ANSI, IEEE
Knowledge of appropriate software (MS Office, Teams, AutoCAD) and data analysis
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing to a diversely educated audience.
Ability to develop and maintain awareness of occupational hazards and safety of yourself and others
Skilled in following safety practices and recognizing hazards.
Professional and detail oriented