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Engineer -Transmission Line Design, 12333

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  • August 30, 2022
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Engineer -Transmission Line Design, 12333

Location -Remote  -Occasionally required to come to Juno Beach, FL office.

Contract Duration – 1 Year

Pay Rate -$78/hr

Transmission Line Project Engineering Manager position.  Need someone with transmission line design or project management experience with transmission line projects.  Must be an engineer.

The Principal Engineer works in the Engineering & Construction (E&C) Group and is responsible for transmission line projects from conception (Early Stage) through construction and commissioning (Execution).  The Principal Engineer works with the Early-Stage Project Manager and the Solar or Wind Project Engineering Manger to define and influence the project requirements and scope.  The Principal Engineer must secure engineering consulting, surveying, and geotechnical resources from a list of approved suppliers by developing a scope of work, securing bids and awarding work through NEER’s Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) Group.  The Principal Engineer ensures that key deliverables are produced by the engineer of record on schedule with high quality, resolving all constraints identified.  Deliverables include design criteria, Issued for Bid, Issued for Procurement, Issued for Construction, Issued for Fabrication, and As-built drawings.  The Principal Engineer is generally responsible for representing E&C’s internal and external interests on assigned projects, including presentations and briefings on current progress, issues, and risk mitigation in meetings with various levels of management.Preferred QualificationsThe ideal candidate has a strong knowledge of transmission design, excellent communication and project management skills, a bias for action, proven analytical and problem-solving skills, and an ability to provide value engineering and ensure design quality. The position requires technical competence in managing transmission line project design.  A good understanding of industry tools and standards used for design and management of transmission projects is required.  These include the NESC, PLSCADD, Primavera schedules as well as ASCE and IEEE standards and guides.PE and/or PMP certification is highly desirable. 

To apply for this job email your details to chrissy.mulay@gttsi.com