at STANLEY CONSULANTS INC (NEW) in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Join in a role and company on a growth trajectory, where your input is valued, and work-life balance is honored.
Stanley Consultants is an engineering consulting firm with over a century of success in the Water Market. Our data driven "smart water" future builds on our heritage and the skill and enthusiasm of the next generation of water professionals. Join a team where your ingenuity, creative thinking, and passion for the water industry will be collaboratively paired with seasoned engineers to address increasing client needs as they respond to megatrends like aging infrastructure, funding constraints, and the impacts of an increasingly variable climate.
With Stanley Consultants, you will enjoy a workplace culture that puts People First and includes competitive compensation, flexibility, work-life balance, life-long learning, and inclusivity. Our employee-owned corporate culture emphasizes the well-being of every employee (member) and extensively employs technology to foster continuing education. Our leadership's commitment is to inspire enthusiastic work, tempered to prevent burn-out, and to provide a corporate culture through which recognition, compensation, and advancement are the natural products of energetic responsiveness, teamwork, and innovation.
The Senior Electrical Engineer provides technical engineering design, project management, and resident field services within the Water/Wastewater department as it relates to Electrical/Instrumentation and Control (E/I&C) in accordance with applicable professional standards, design control procedures, company procedures and technical design guides.
Responsible for technical engineering design for electrical, instrumentation and control aspects of Water/Wastewater projects.
When applicable, serves as the Project Manager for E/IC water/wastewater projects.
Responsible for performing field services for E/IC observation and inspection.
Work in collaboration with other disciplines (civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, and CAD) in producing plans and specifications for water/wastewater projects.
Daily work activities may include:
Lead electrical design engineer and/or project manager on treatment facilities and pumping systems for water and wastewater processes, and other public infrastructure projects, as appropriate, generally in support of the Water / Wastewater Department.
Perform a broad range of I&C design activities, including design definition, control systems architecture and development, digital systems, PLC, DCS, network configuration, logic development, network switches, process controls, P&ID development support and review, HMI, communication protocols, routing, and layout, SIL, and procurement activities.
Prepare and modify instrument and control systems design documents (e.g., instrument datasheets, Input/Output wiring diagrams, schematics, panel layouts, logic diagrams, cable schedules, and instrument installation details).
Properly interpret and apply National, State, and Local codes and standards, and customer design requirements for the preparation of control systems design/construction documents, specifications, and system descriptions related to assigned tasks.
Mentorship of less experienced members of the control systems discipline.
Cost estimates, preparation of specifications for equipment and systems.
Maintain active client communications as well as assist in business development and marketing.
On-site representative to perform observation of the E/I&C construction work compared to the project's plans and specifications.
Manage E/I&C shop drawing review process
Draft and manage Stanley Consultants' subconsultant agreements
Monitor internal project budgets
Compliance with the Stanley's Group Safety Manual
Analyze and negotiate change orders
Interpret the E/I&C plans and specifications and resolve contractor questions.
This position may also require some out of town work assignments. If so, per diem and housing arrangements will be provided by the company.
In addition, the position involves manual labor, and requires the ability to: work on, and easily maneuver around, construction sites in various weather conditions; lift and transport up to 50 pounds; climb ladders and scaffolding; etc. Fear of heights, or confined spaces, will create a significant hardship.
This position will report to the Water / Wastewater Design Department and Construction Services Department Managers, or other similar line management position.
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