TLC Engineering

Electrical Project Engineer

Job Locations US-FL-Sarasota
Job ID
2017-1287
Category
Engineering
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

TLC Engineering for Architecture is a dynamic and growing National Engineering firm seeking a qualified and motivated Electrical Project Engineer or Project Manager for the management of Healthcare, Higher education, and hospitality projects.

Responsibilities

  • The Project Engineer provides the necessary technical leadership and mentoring, overseeing performance of assigned personnel including quality of design and assuring project is done on time and within budget.  
  • Responsible for developing positive client relationships and for assuring client satisfaction.  He/she is responsible to coordinate efforts between disciplines and develop a team approach to project completion.
  • Successful marketing and business development of TLC to clients to secure projects for the firm thus helping to ensure the continued viability and growth of the division and firm.
  • Attend client meetings and communicate schedule and actions with team.
  • Act as lead design engineer and determine mark ups where applicable.

Qualifications

  • 7+ years of experience in similar Engineering firm or Architectural Engineering firm
  • Lighting, Power distribution, lightnight protection and low voltage knowledge 
  • PE License 
  • Preferred Healthcare and education project background
  • Familiar with NEC
  • Excellent Leadership and Project Management abilities

TLC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer, dedicated to Workforce Diversity EOE- M/F/Vets/Disabled.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,  veteran status, disability, age and other classifications covered under federal, state or local laws. TLC participates in E-Verify.

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