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SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, Facilities Engineering Group (FEG), to be responsible for maintaining familiarity with building and campus electrical and fire alarm systems, developing long-term plans and integrating that planning with the scope of major capital and smaller renovation projects, and continually moving in the direction of improving the state of campus electrical and fire alarm systems. Will participate in project team meetings and guide vendors and consultants with electrical and fire alarm system development; provide technical guidance to all groups within the department of facilities and the academic side of the Institute; participate and provide electrical expertise and guidance in the MIT Lab Equipment Electrical Safety Program; build department structure to ensure the Institute is provided with the necessary utility support in a cost-effective manner and in conjunction with Institute's sustainability goals and objectives; and perform electrical engineering design work on internal projects selected by the director.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: B.S. in electrical engineering; at least ten years of experience; experience with low and medium voltage systems design, construction, maintenance, switching, protective relaying, and controls; demonstrated proficiency with fire alarm systems; at least five years of design experience within the past seven years of professional experience; experience with the design of lighting and lighting control systems and with low voltage distribution and motors and controls; familiarity with federal and state codes, specifically the NEC and the Mass Electrical Code; collaborative working skills and ability to function in a team-based environment; and strong communication and interpersonal skills. PREFERRED: project management experience. Job #19932-11
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