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Employment

To apply, email your resume to: careers@powermanage.com


Senior Electrical Engineer

Requirements

  • Must hold an electrical engineering degree with at least 8 years of experience in design, engineering, maintenance, testing and commissioning of mission critical power systems.
  • Possess extensive knowledge of UPS, ATS, STS, PDU, Generators, HVAC Systems, Data Center Environments, and Energy Management.
  • Candidate must be well versed in common construction codes and standards including: NEC, NFPA, IEEE, NETA, NYCBC & NYCBEC.
  • Experienced in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Project.
  • Proficient in drafting with AutoCAD.
  • Candidate must be an organized team player with solid communication skills and proficient in budgeting/scheduling.
  • Energy management certification, LEED AP, and a professional engineering license are highly desirable.

 Responsibilities

  • Perform onsite surveys and studies including: Short Circuit Analysis, OCPD Coordination Studies, Condition Assessment Reports, Power Quality Studies, Load Analysis, and Reliability Studies.
  • Manage, supervise, and perform electrical equipment maintenance, testing and commissioning.
  • Permanent position, competitive salary, 401K and benefits package.

Electrical Engineer

Requirements

  • Ideal candidate is a degreed electrical engineer with at least 3 years of experience in reliable power systems, including UPS, batteries, emergency generators, transfer switches, switchgear, or distributed generation.
  • Experience with data centers or telecommunications facilities is desired.
  • Exceptional written/oral communication skills and client relationship acumen are required.
  • Experienced in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and Project.
  • Proficient in drafting with AutoCAD.
  • Application and working knowledge of Electrical & Building Codes and Standards (NEC, NFPA, and NETA) and a Professional Engineering license (or ability to acquire one) is desirable, but not required.
  • Some travel may be required.

Responsibilities

  • Perform technical studies, prepare proposals and write technical reports, including: Feasibility Studies, Engineering & Design Drawings and Specifications, Short Circuit/Coordination/Arc Flash Analysis (Will Train), Power Quality Studies (Will Train), Energy Savings Audits and Load Studies, development of technical procedures.
  • Candidate will perform field work, including: Onsite electrical equipment and operational assessments, Supervision of Electrical Equipment Maintenance, Testing and Commissioning Activities, set power meters and record measurements on electrical services and equipment.
  • Permanent position, competitive salary, 401K and benefits package.

Internship Program

To apply for the PMC internship program, please send a copy of your resume and a technical writing sample to hr@powermanage.com.


3 Month Education and Training Period

  • Wage: Unpaid
  • Expectations
    • Perform administrative tasks with the goal of developing professional communication skills within a business environment.
    • Completing “Foundations of Mission Critical Infrastructure Certificate Program”.
    • The certificate program offers 128 professional development hours (PDH).
    • Students will be given AutoCAD projects for both learning purposes and skill evaluation.
    • Students will also work with computational fluid dynamics software and on short circuit studies.

Milestone 1: 6 Month Education and Engineering Period

  • Note: In order to progress to Milestone 1, PMC must first evaluate existing engineering projects in order to determine if entry into the paid engineering internship program is feasible from a business standpoint.
  • Wage: $10/hour
  • Expectations
    • Further developing skills in the mission critical industry.
    • Developing a deeper exposure to the business environment.
    • Assisting Junior and Senior engineers on engineering projects.
    • Pass the LEED Green Associate Examination.
    • Pass the LEED AP for Building Design and Construction (BD+C) or Existing Building Operations and Maintenance (EBOM). The student will work on a LEED project in one of these fields prior to taking the LEED AP examination.

Milestone 2: Level 1 Assistant Engineer

  • Note: In order to progress to Milestone 2, PMC must first evaluate existing engineering projects in order to determine if entry into the Assistant Engineering program is feasible from a business standpoint. PMC will also review each candidate’s accomplishments within the company.
  • Wage: $15/hour
  • Expectations
    • Working on projects involving SKM software for short circuit studies, AutoCAD software, and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
    • Working with fellow engineers on engineering projects as well as educational development.
    • Overseeing interns and working alongside them on a project by project basis.
    • Preparing and passing the EIT/FE Examination.

Milestone 3: Level 2 Assistant Engineer

Note: In order to progress to Milestone 3, each candidate’s accomplishments within the company will be assessed.

  • Wage: $20/hour
  • Expectations
    • Advance skills with: SKM software for short circuit studies, AutoCAD software and computational fluid dynamics software by working on related projects.
    • Working with fellow engineers on engineering projects as well as educational development.
    • Overseeing interns and working alongside them on a project by project basis.
    • Working under supervision of senior and junior engineers with clients of PMC.
    • Drafting reports and proposals.

General Note: After Milestone 3 continuous professional development is still required in order to maintain an edge in the ever changing and growing industry of mission critical applications.