Arup Electrical Engineer in New York, New York

Responsible for the design and documentation of all electrical systems, including power, lighting, fire alarm, and signaling systems for a wide range of building projects including transportation, commercial office, airports, high-rise, multi-family and single-family residential, museums, transportation, education, and existing building work. Present technical material in traditional and innovative ways for review by technical and non-technical audiences. Monitor quality of work and interface with clients. Apply knowledge of trends and best practices in electrical engineering as it applies to the construction industry. Coordinate with multiple disciplines and architects and work in conjunction with multi-disciplinary project managers to complete team objectives. Responsible for day-to-day successful technical and financial delivery of projects. Prepare request for proposal (RFP) responses. Responsible for electrical design of medium and large projects exceeding $10 million in constructions costs. Review and monitor the quality of design and documentation tasks performed by others for successful delivery of project designs. Design all electrical systems, including power, lighting, fire alarm and signaling systems for assigned projects. Prepare drawings detailing the entire electrical design. Prepare single line diagrams for the power distribution system. Prepare and edit technical specifications. Design and perform calculations for lighting systems and associated controls. Compose, edit, and integrate electrical project elements into multidisciplinary drawings, basis of design reports, and other documents. Prepare and document energy compliance calculations and forms. Perform load analysis for different stages of design. Select equipment, fixtures, and luminaires for projects. Utilize U.S. (ANSI NFPA) construction code for U.S. projects and United Kingdom (BS EN) construction code for international projects. Utilize Power Systems modeling software, including Amtech ProDesign and SKM PowerTools; 3D BIM and AutoCAD MEP; and Revit MEP.

Requirements: Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, or a related engineering field of study, plus three (3) years of experience with U.S. (ANSI NFPA) and/or United Kingdom (BS EN) construction codes; electrical design of transportation and/or commercial projects with construction costs exceeding $10 million; power systems modeling software (Amtech ProDesign and/or SKM PowerTools); Revit MEP; 3D BIM; and/or AutoCAD MEP. Alternatively, the employer will accept a Bachelor’s degree plus six (6) years of progressively responsible experience.