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Electrical Staff Engineer - Entry Level

The Staff Engineer I is responsible for engineering and design tasks while working on a project team. The Staff Engineer I solves engineering problems and prepares engineering documents. The Staff Engineer I is responsible for planning and conducting work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, and adaptation of engineering techniques, procedures, and criteria. This role prepares or modifies drawings, specifications, calculations, and other engineering work in compliance with applicable codes and accepted engineering practices of Summit Engineering.

Performs limited engineering calculations and design using technical skills and engineering judgment to transform concept designs into Construction Documents.
At the direction of other engineers, prepares plans and engineering documents using AutoCAD, Bluebeam, Revit or other software.
Reviews sketches and/or detailed layout information from others for incorporation into the Construction Drawings and Technical Specifications.
Performs engineering analysis using hand calculations; backchecks work with computer software to become familiar with software capabilities.
Prepares engineering reports and other documentation. Communicates clearly with the internal project team, as well as clients, contractors, and outside consultants as necessary.
Provides input to project team regarding project status on a regular basis.
Takes responsibility for accuracy and completion of assigned tasks. Back checks work, communicates questions, and resolves discrepancies.
Works on multiple tasks concurrently. Monitors progress and communicates status to Project Manager or supervisor.
Utilized Summit technical standards for the creation of work products.
Attends offsite project meetings and construction site visits.
Actively participates in learning and development opportunities and engages in training related to the position.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

Bachelor of Science degree in relevant engineering discipline with appropriate coursework, or equivalent education and experience.
Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certification (or in the process of obtaining).

Exhibits strong verbal and written communication skills.
Proficient with the use of computers including spreadsheets, word processing, and engineering software and ability to prepare electronic design calculation documents.
Demonstrates a working knowledge of, and is capable of producing drawings in, AutoCAD, Bluebeam, Civil 3D, or Revit.
Ability to problem solve, complete assigned tasks efficiently, and meet project deadlines.
Understands applicable code requirements and engineering concepts. Able to perform engineering design and detailing for projects of limited complexity.
Must maintain a valid Driver’s License.
Eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship.