Lead Electrical Engineer

Description      Jacobs serves the PharmaBio, Chemicals, Refining, Pulp & Paper, Power & Utilities, High Tech and Consumer Products Industries. Our core life sciences network has contributed to becoming the largest provider of engineering and construction services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients and we have established ourselves as the center of excellence for Pulp and Paper facilities. Jacobs provides full-service engineering, procurement, and construction management services for both new and existing facilities, offering environmental and water / wastewater support, energy audits, and hygienic / sanitary assessments. For projects of every scale we provide design, engineering, construction, commissioning, and maintenance services that support a facility's entire life cycle.   General Function: Supervises and directs all Electrical Engineering and design personnel on the assigned project team. Monitors all engineering, design, 3D CAD and CAD drafting activities to assure conformance with Client and/or Company specifications, governing codes, and good engineering practice. Assures that every effort is made to meet the project schedule within the budgeted effort hours allotted. Makes decisions with regard to manpower, staffing and scheduling of the project Electrical team effort. Primary Responsibilities: Develop and maintain effort-hour budget, manpower requirements, and project  schedules. Gain a full understanding of the project scope and procedure. Establish drawing and design package requirements, project procedures and controls, stressing, insofar as possible, continuity within all disciplines. Qualifications   The ideal candidate for this position will have the following requirements: Minimum BS in an Electrical Engineering. Minimum 15 years of experience in Electrical Engineering, codes and standards. Minimum 10 years of experience in Hydrocarbon, Chemical & Power Industries. Minimum 5 years of experience as Lead Electrical Engineer. LIF000034
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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