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Electrical Engineering Manager

Company Name:
Stantec
Your Opportunity:
Every power project is a community project--whether it's a gas plant conversion, a transmission line corridor, or a wind development. Our goal is to improve industrial, business, and local communities through our project work. We see beyond the project at hand to where our work fits in the big picture. Join a team that does more than generate and deliver electricity through its work; join a team that powers growth and advances communities.
Your Duties:
Direct the activities of department engineering and technical staff to include resource planning and scheduling and follow up on work results
Apply knowledge of industry standards and electrical engineering design principles
Apply knowledge of power plant systems including 4160V, and 480V distribution systems, high voltage substations and transmission systems.
Apply knowledge of one line drawings, elementaries and wiring diagrams, equipment specifications (including transformers, MCC, switchgear, substation equipment); power plans, conduit plans, cable schedules, system studies and protective relay settings
Develop discipline specific engineering and technical standards, practices, procedures and techniques
Recruit, train, evaluate and retain qualified staff; mentor staff
Lead department sales efforts to attract new business and expand current business
Interact with clients
Participate in strategic planning initiatives
Serve as project manager or project engineer as needed
Your Capabilities and Credentials:
A Bachelor's of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
Professional Registration required
A minimum of 15-20 years experience working in a multi-discipline, consulting engineering environment demonstrating increased levels of responsibility managing engineering staff, projects and clients.
Demonstrated ability to make decisions quickly, juggle multiple tasks, communicate in a clear and concise manner, and provide effective leadership.
Must be comfortable making group presentations to various audiences.
Job ID: 2014-18172
# of Openings Remaining: 1
Location: US-ME-Scarborough
Experience (Years): 15
Posted Date: 2/4/2014
Discipline: Power Engineering

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