- Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Madison, Wisconsin
- Champaign, Illinois
- Perform work as an electrical engineer in all aspects of project development, including client coordination, pre-design services, final design services, meetings, site visits, and project management.
- Conceptualize the initial electrical design approach for all project types and have overall responsibility for the electrical engineering work in the Wisconsin office.
- Exercise judgment in the independent evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques, procedures, and criteria.
- Knowledgeable in consulting and construction practices to include plan/specifications, design/build, and construction manager roles and responsibilities.
- Supervise the design and ongoing progress of a project, including the coordination of the project with city, state, and county officials and other outside agencies.
- Resolve a variety of complex problems (i.e., conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of conventional materials, difficult coordination requirements).
- Serve as liaison between clients and agencies, subcontractors, and design teams.
- Organize and prepare all electrical construction drawings (single-line diagrams, layouts, sections, elevations, and details as appropriate), technical specifications, contract documents, and estimates. Also participate in contract bidding/administration and on-site project management.
- Conduct electrical systems analysis, such as arc flash, short circuit, and coordination studies utilizing power system analysis software.
- Understand power system protection and relaying schemes for electrical distribution systems.
Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.
Areas of Focus:
- Low, Medium & High Voltage Distribution
- Electrical Equipment Including Substations, Switchgear, and Protective Relaying
- Electrical Systems Modeling: Arc Flash, Short Circuit & Coordination Studies
- Electrical Equipment Maintenance & Testing
- Lighting Systems
- Emergency Power Systems
- Grounding and Lightning Protection
Education: 4-year Electrical Engineering degree required. Being licensed as a Professional Engineer is preferred, but not required.
Experience: 5-10+ years of experience working as an electrical engineer. However, Henneman Engineering is open to considering a diverse range of experience and skill levels. Experience with AutoCAD and SKM/ETAP (or other power systems analysis software) is preferred.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience and a full benefits package, including holiday, vacation, health insurance, disability, and life insurance, 401K.