Westlake Reed Leskosky (WRL) is a nationally recognized architectural engineering firm, ranked in 2014 as #1 architecture firm by Architect Magazine. WRL believes that integrated design is the key to a successful project outcome. Our Clients include the Cleveland Clinic, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Smithsonian Institution. www.wrldesign.com
WRL offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience, a comprehensive benefits package which includes medical, dental, disability, and life insurances, 401K plan, paid vacation, support of professional licensure, continuing education and more!
The Cleveland, Ohio office of WRL is looking for a Senior Electrical Engineer to join our team.
Senior Electrical Engineer
- Lead all aspects of the electrical engineering portion of projects.
- Lead and perform analysis, design and documentation of large and/or complex building electrical systems including power distribution, lighting design, fire alarm, security, audio/visual and telecommunications systems.
- Serve as electrical systems specialist, conduct research in problem areas of considerable scope/complexity and devise solutions.
- Prepare, coordinate and complete an electrical systems construction documents package.
- Conduct quality control review of projects.
- Enforce guidelines, quality control, standards and details.
- Meet with clients, project teams, code officials, contractors and others to address electrical discipline issues and to develop effective working relationships.
- Visit construction sites as required for observation, answering contractor questions, or representing the owner in preparing punch lists. Prepare, review and approve CA field observation reports.
- 10+ years of experience working as an electrical engineer, including the design of power distribution, lighting, lighting controls, security, audio/visual and telecommunications systems and fire alarm systems.
- A Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Architectural Engineering.
- Professional Engineer (PE) registration.
- LEED accreditation, preferred.
- Working knowledge of the design and construction process and the ability to understand and communicate with professionals of other disciplines.
- Proficiency in SKM or other electrical systems evaluation programs, preferred.
- Familiarity with the NEC, NFPA, and all local codes and supplements.
- Knowledge of Autodesk Revit and lighting calculation software such as AGI32 or Visual.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.