Electrical Designer in Salt Lake City, UT at ConsultNet

Date Posted: 9/3/2020

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Job Title:  Electrical Designer
Location:  Salt Lake City, UT
Duration:  Direct hire, full time 
Salary:  65-80KYR DOE
Travel 20-30%
 
Job Responsibilities:
Selected individuals will play a key role in the design and implementation of electrical systems and strategies as part of a broad engineering and architectural team. 
Generation of electrical drawings for Client Review, Bidding and Construction
Development of One-Line Diagrams
3D layout of large equipment and raceways
Layout of electrical equipment/devices and circuiting
Light Fixture Layout and circuiting
Layout of fire alarm horn/strobes per spacing criteria
Low voltage systems layout and circuiting
Development of electrical equipment schedules
Development of electrical equipment and conduit support/mounting details
Check and Publish drawing sets
 
Job requirements:
College degree or technical school certificate
Revit and AutoDesk Building Systems 
Lighting system – layouts, circuiting and photometric calculations
Experience in Electrical Construction Drawings
 
Preferred candidates will also have:
5+ years of experience with an engineering firm, preferably in the industrial or manufacturing

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