Con Edison Solutions (CES)—a subsidiary and registered trademark of Consolidated Edison, Inc. (NYSE: ED) —is a leading healthcare consultant that specializes in providing engineering, construction management, commissioning and forensic engineering services related to mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and renewable systems and solutions. In addition to providing the aforementioned professional services, Con Edison Solutions is an expert in infrastructure planning, utility use optimization, energy cost reduction and demand response programs.
CES has a growing project pipeline and we are looking to add an essential member to the Tampa, Florida team.
The Senior Electrical Engineer (SEE) is responsible for the electrical system designs associated with new buildings and renovations for consulting design projects, design build projects and performance contract projects. The SEE will be responsible for overseeing and mentoring junior electrical engineers, designers and computer-aided design (CAD) technicians. The Sr. Electrical Engineer responsibilities include but are not limited to engineering design of electrical systems including CAD drafting, specification writing, cost estimating, field investigations and construction site visits, energy anaylsis, photometric calculations, various sytems designs, lightning protection system, fire alarm system, nurse call system, various security systems, short current calculation, coordination studies, arc flash analysis and harmonic analysis.
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Con Edison is a federal contractor subject to VEVRAA and desires to receive priority referrals of protected veterans.
You must be eligible to work in the US independent of company sponsorship.