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3 months ago
Salary band: $10k - $15k
Location: North America, United States, Wisconsin
Job type: Permanent
Contact: McMAHON
Category: Electrical Engineer
Job Description

McMAHON has an immediate opening for an Electrical Engineer in their Neenah, Wisconsin Office.

Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, or Architectural Engineering with a specialty in Building Electrical Systems, with experience in facility electrical design, power and lighting systems, and arc flash hazard analysis. The ideal candidate will also possess strong computer and AutoCAD skills, with Revit experience a plus. Competitive compensation and benefits package available.

Typical activities of the position include:

  • Electrical design of commercial and industrial facilities

  • Facility lighting design

  • Parking lot and street lighting design

  • Fire alarm layouts

  • Arc flash hazard analysis, using SKM

  • Electrical drafting, using AutoCAD and Revit

Company Description
The McMAHON group of companies is made up of three affiliated companies with a professional staff of over 160 employees that includes Architects; Civil, Process, Electrical, Environmental and Structural Engineers; Land Surveyors; Contract Operators; Administrative and Support Personnel. Each company complements the other, so that a broad spectrum of professional services can be offered to our clients to meet their specific needs.

The three affiliated companies are:

Full-Service Engineering/Architectural Firm
Est. 1909

Full-Service Design/Build Firm
Est. 1991

Full Privatization of Municipal Utilities
Est. 2014

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