SSOE works with the world's leading high-tech companies to power technology at our fingertips-from smart phones to smart cars-and meet the ongoing global chip demand. We're looking to hire an Electrical Engineer to our team, who will have the opportunity to participate in the design of state of the art industrial and high-tech manufacturing facilities.
Our Electrical Engineers will be responsible for working with other lead/contributing Electrical Engineers, design teams, and Sr. Project Managers to create and problem-solve exciting and complex designs that incorporate some of the latest design techniques, while ensuring that all specifications are met, and to ensure timely completion of projects.
Responsible for producing technical project plans, specifications, drawings, and models that meet our specifications and client needs.
Perform all appropriate calculations (e.g. distribution panel loading, short circuit, voltage drop, conduit & conductor size, and cable tray fill) required for the electrical design packages and verify all applicable codes have been incorporated.
Will work with other Designers and Engineers on primary and secondary (Low voltage) normal power distribution systems, emergency power distribution systems, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and associated power distribution systems with emphasis on facility redundancy and reliability.
Applies standard design techniques and procedures and exercising judgment in making minor adaptations and modifications to design concepts. Ensure quality control by complying with company and team design and CAD standards.
Will work with Sr. Engineers, Project Managers, and other stakeholders on specific assigned objectives, complex features, and aid in deriving possible solutions to unusual problems.
Coordinate needs, designs, and develops an understanding with other design disciplines (Mechanical, Structural, Process/Chemical, Architectural, etc.) for design package needs.
Perform field verifications / site walks to identify, verify, resolve, and incorporate solutions into design packages. May troubleshoot design problems in the field during construction.
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, which qualifies for licensure in the state of practice, is required.
Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE/EIT) exam is strongly preferred, but not required.
Experience working with AutoCAD (or similar CAD system) is required. Experience with Revit, Navisworks, and/or EasyPower is a plus.
Knowledge of or experience with the National Electric Code (NEC)
SSOE - The Best of Both Worlds
At SSOE, our growth trajectory allows us to offer the opportunities normally associated with a large firm while embracing the collaborative and supportive culture often found in smaller firms. As a member of the SSOE team, you'll work on exciting and diverse projects for Fortune 100 clients around the globe, supported by the best technology for the task at hand. You'll experience our employee-centric culture that strives to offer a healthy balance, flexible working arrangements, direct access to leadership at all levels, and a mindset of continuous learning.
Named a Top 5 Semiconductor Design Firm for the past nine years by ENR, we have more than 30 years of tool install projects under our belt and effectively execute over 1,000 construction packages and 300 structural packages per year. From ceiling and platform-mounted support equipment to non-conventional fabrication spaces and single-level cleanrooms, our tool install team takes an integrated whole-facility approach to tool and process design.