This position provides electrical engineering expertise to support FOD-Operations and various design and construction projects managed by Facilities Operations and Development (FOD). The work includes report writing regarding electrical issues, representation of Ohio State with Ohio State Energy Partners, identification, review, and resolution of electrical issues during planning, design and construction in accordance with University Standards and project requirements. This position assists in various tasks such as validating the feasibly of energy conservation measures, engineering design, development of Building Design Standards; studies relating to infrastructure planning and design; coordination with project management, Operations, Maintenance, and other groups within and outside the University (i.e. Student Life, Athletics, Academic Departments, etc.); works 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from an accredited ABET program; 8-10 years of experience in electrical design relating to facilities and infrastructure projects (<600V); experience working with and designing electrical power and distribution systems, high voltage (138KV/15KV) transformers, switchgear, electric relay coordination and fault protection and indoor/outdoor lighting; knowledge and experience in local, state, and national codes and standards; knowledge and experience in the use of software for electrical design and analysis; valid driver’s license.
Professional Engineer Registration in Ohio; experience in design of large projects for electric utilities.
Target Salary: $80,000.00 - $90,000.00 Annually
Job Category: Administrative and Professional
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