Electrical Engineer-In-Training I
Stanley Consultants, Inc.
Muscatine, IA

About $72,000 - $97,000 a year

Stanley Consultants is a consulting engineering firm recognized in the engineering industry for our commitment to client service and our passion to make a difference. With a focus on energy, water, transportation and the environment, we bring global knowledge, a century of experience, and multi-disciplinary capabilities to serve our private and public clients.

Stanley Consultants is seeking an Electrical Engineer In Training I to work in our Muscatine office. Our team is currently working on several large projects in the USA and overseas. Person applying for a position would be given the chance to work on a wide variety of challenging projects.

Primary Responsibilities include:
Interested in designing electrical projects
Training of electrical system modeling and analysis such as load flow, short circuit, coordination and Arc Flash studies
Electrical design in accordance with the NEC, including providing power to mechanical building systems
Campus distribution and building LV systems

Skillset / Experience:
Bachelor’s in electrical engineering
0-2 years of experience
General understanding of power system
Electrical Modeling; ETAP, AutoCAD/Revit a plus
Must have FE/EIT license or ability to obtain one
Design work with generation, switchgear, protective relaying, renewable energy systems, battery storage energy systems, or photovoltaics a plus
Candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
Candidate must be able to work in the United States legally for any length of time

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