Senior Project Engineer - Electrical/Tunnel, Fire & Life Safety (10693BR) New York, New York
Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM) is an award-winning consulting engineering firm with major success in the fields of rail and transit; highways and bridges; water and water resources; wastewater; tunnels; environment; municipal engineering; aviation; ports and harbors; architectural services; and pipeline services. We have earned a reputation for technical excellence on some of the world’s most prominent and challenging projects. HMM is a rapidly growing firm with over 65 offices throughout North America, providing a full range of engineering services, from planning and design through construction management. We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our dynamic team of professionals in locations throughout the US and Canada.
Senior Electrical Design Engineer with 10 or more years’ experience in electrical design and project management. PE preferred
but not required.
Experience in Tunnel, Fire, Life Safety or Tunnel Ventilation is a strong plus.
Candidates should have a Bachelors degree in electrical engineering or electronics engineering.
Candidate should possess a strong academic record and posses related work experience in Low and Medium Voltage Design any of
the following fields:
-Road tunnel Lighting
-Control System Design
- Motor drives
- Emergency power supplies, UPS and Generators
Working knowledge of NFPA 70 & 70E, NFPA 130 & NFPA 502
The Engineer will be a team leader and be responsible for directing work assignments to team members in a project or site office.
The Engineer will be directly involved with electrical design projects, preparing drawings, calculation, technical reports and providing project management.
The Engineer will plan workload, conduct and direct engineering projects of small to intermediate scale with minimum supervision.
Travel within the US may be required.
The work will include primarily tunnels, but may also include rail, metro, roadway, water/waste water, ports, aviation or other type of transport projects, but not limited to the New York City office.