San Diego, CA
The tk1sc Engineer I is responsible for performing design calculations, sketches, technical comparisons and similar technical work as required by assignment. Designs complicated branch circuiting systems for lighting and general power systems, as well as power systems for HVAC and Plumbing equipment. In addition, the engineer performs complex Title 24 energy compliance calculations. Working with supervision the Engineer I is accountable for accuracy, timeliness and reliability, reporting to their Coach, Associate or Supervisor.
- Baseline knowledge of own discipline/department while working on task-specific assignments only.
- Executes specific directions as provided by others but begins to make some basic engineering decisions.
- Performs coordination at a low-range complexity level by reviewing drawings supplied by vendors, other team engineers, and the architects while implementing design modifications as necessary.
- Ability to gather appropriate resources in order to solve problems.
- Self-educates and works with supervisor to identify training objectives.
- Takes direction on schedule and production goals from supervisor.
- Believes in the firms’ core values.
- Utilizes tools and strategies to better understand problems and support creative thinking and innovation.
- Supports the execution of the department level scope as directed by others but begins to understand the role of his/her discipline.
- Effectively writes and verbally communicates concepts and ideas internally.
- Has some experience monitoring and successfully managing time spent versus time allocated for task completion.
- Supports discipline leads and project leaders in client interaction.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering is preferred.
- 2 to 5 years’ experience in the Electrical Engineering Design discipline.
- Experience with AutoCAD and Revit documentation and management as it applies to Electrical Engineering.
- Baseline experience and understanding in EnergyPro
Certifications & Licenses:
- E.I.T. Certification is desired.
- Proven ability to understand and recognize complex design problems.
- Effective communication skills with a team-oriented attitude.
- Knowledge of Electrical and related California Building Codes
- Knowledge of Green Building practices and LEED Rating Systems
- Must possess a valid driver’s license.