- The Electrical Engineer does not directly manage other employees but leads the electrical employees while working with them in a hands-on role
- Assist in the training and mentoring of all electrical employees
- The Electrical Engineer reports to the Director of Engineering
Exercise judgment on a regular and continuous basis and assume responsibility for decisions, consequences and results having an impact on people and quality of service within the operational area.
The Electrical Engineer works with many neighboring departments, with senior management, with purchasing, as well as with vendors and occasionally clients or client representatives. Must possess good written and verbal communication skills. Will be asked to coordinate and assist electricians, meet and plan with other departments, including engineering and design, and document training, production, test results, and more.
A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering is required.
- Advanced working knowledge of electrical systems required
- Ability to read and work from blueprints and other technical drawings
- Experience working with AutoCAD and in a Marine environment preferred
- Knowledge and experience of the Microsoft platform (primarily Word, Excel, and Outlook)
- Knowledge of AutoCAD and other Engineering software programs
The Electrical Engineer works in both an office/desk setting as well as on the production floor and on the vessel. Must be able to climb ladders and scaffolds, work in confined spaces, bend, squat, kneel, etc. Must be able to occasionally lift at least 30 pounds. Will work in an environment with noise, occasional heat or cold, and other factors.