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Electrical Engineer – Temp to Hire

Job Description

  • Location: Norcross, Georgia
  • Type: Contract To Hire
  • Job #68061
Electrical Engineer – Temp to Hire

Use your experience in electrical engineering and design to join a consulting company in Norcross, GA. They are looking for an Electrical Engineer on a temp to hire basis.

Pay Rate of the Electrical Engineer:
$35 – $50/hr

Responsibilities of the Electrical Engineer:

  • Specification of 15 KV, 4160 V, 480 V electrical gear, including substations, MCC's, and VFD's
  • Lighting and grounding design
  • Electrical equipment layouts
  • Development of single line and motor elementary diagram
  • Development of process control loop sheet drawings
  • Electrical cable schedules and cable tray routing
  • Electrical cost estimating
  • Design proposal development
Qualifications of the Electrical Engineer:
  • BS Degree in Electrical Engineering or 6+ years' experience with advanced knowledge in electrical engineering and design
  • Electrical design including single lines, panel schedules, lighting, conduit layouts, schematics, cable tray plans, and wiring diagrams
  • AutoCAD or AutoCAD Electrical experience
  • Short Circuit and Arc Flash analysis experience is desirable.
Electrical Engineers apply today! 
 
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