Randstad Electrical Engineer in Carson, California
salary:$64.28 - $82.14 per hour
date posted:Tuesday, February 12, 2019
industry:Engineering, Accounting, Research, Management & Related Svcs
Contract position: An Electrical Engineer is needed for an engineering consulting company in the Long Beach, CA area. This role performs as Lead Engineer on small and mid-capital projects, or area lead for large-capital projects. No per diem available.
Responsibilities for the Electrical Engineer
Supervises the Electrical engineering and design personnel assigned to his/her project as needed. Assigns work to Electrical personnel, ensuring the best utilization of their knowledge and capabilities.
Monitors the engineering and design efforts on his project to assure compliance with Client, Company, and industry standards. Assists the Section and Department Managers in performance evaluation of Electrical personnel under his/her supervision.
Develops and maintains man- hour budgets, manpower requirements and project schedules. Develops a full understanding of the project scope and procedures.
Establishes drawing requirements, project procedures and controls, stressing continuity within all disciplines. Develops the Design Basis document and Construction Work Package.
Requirements for the Electrical Engineer
Recognized Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in engineering or technical field from an accredited college or University required.
Minimum 10 years of experience designing refineries, power plants, or chemical plants required. Must have RSO certification.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.
Qualified applicants in San Francisco with criminal histories will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.
We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.