Electrical (Architectural) Engineer - Entry Level

job - full time, paid

AltieriSeborWieber
Norwalk, CT
Closed
Posted 42 Days ago
AltieriSeborWieber
Norwalk, CT
job - full time, paid
Posted 42 Days ago
Closed

Description

Job Description

AltieriSeborWieber (Altieri) is a consulting engineering firm which provides mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection and information technology system design services internationally to architects and professionals in the construction industry. Altieri specializes in designs for large institutional projects such as museums, aquariums, performing arts centers, and educational buildings.

We are seeking entry level electrical engineers and designers. Responsibilities include design of building power and lighting systems, lighting control systems, fire alarm, security, information technology systems, short circuit and overcurrent protection coordination studies. Cad drafting and design (2D and 3D), code research, calculations, field work, and client interface is required.

Applicants should have a degree in Electrical or Architectural Engineering, or experience in similar field.

Altieri offers excellent benefits including 401k, health insurance, flexible work week, summer hours, and a casual working environment. We offer work on challenging nationwide projects from our office located in scenic CT, only 50 miles from downtown Manhattan, but without the hassle of a city commute.

www.altieriseborwieber.com

 

Company Description

Our company focuses on work for high-end institutions where the architectural design has a significant impact on MEPF systems design. We work in teams of MEPF engineers so that our work is coordinated between disciplines and with that of other consultants. We have a dynamic multi-generational staff and a casual working environment where all opinions are valued.

Skills

cad, calculations, architectural design, electrical engineering, drafting, construction, microsoft word, research, system design, consulting, commercial buildings, organization, coordination, project execution, electricity

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