Electrical Engineer / Project manager

Company Name:
Exp Global
We at exp are looking for an experienced Electrical Engineer for our Southfield office, interested in an outstanding opportunity to help lead our Healthcare, Science and Higher Ed type projects for our work in the SE Michigan area and throughout the upper Midwest region.
Principal Areas of Responsibility
Working with our Architect, Owner and/or Contractors clients to deliver projects according to an established work plan; on time, on budget and scope needs fulfilled;
Coordinating through the whole design phase which includes but not limited to conceptual designs and schematic design thru design development, construction design and construction;
Interaction with clients, consultants, authorities involved on each project that would include meetings, written correspondence, presentations, etc;
Monitoring and assigning work to local and regional staff;
Client development; assist with the growth of our engineering business in the region and client management. These candidates must have the skills necessary to maintain excellent client relations with established clients and the ability to cultivate new relationships.
The Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities. We Seek:
8 to 12 years of professional experience including a proven track record of working on the design of projects such as Health, Science and Higher Ed type facilities.
BS in Electrical Engineering required.
PE certification is an asset.
Understand current design trends in these primary Health/Science/Higher Ed Markets.
Have the ability to mentor team members, offer guidance to junior level staff. Ability to work with staff in multiple offices across multiple geographies.
Proficiency in the use of 2D/3D software, including AutoCAD 2D, Autocad MEP 3D, Navisworks, and Revit.
Advanced computer skills with programs such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Project.
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Job characteristics
This is a regular full-time position.
40 hours per week.
Starting date: as soon as possible.

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