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Electrical Engineer

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Arup

11d ago

  • Job
    Full-time
    Junior (1-2 years)
  • Engineering
  • Houston

AI generated summary

  • You need a degree in Electrical or Architectural Engineering, 1+ years experience in building electrical systems, Revit MEP proficiency, strong communication skills, and knowledge in power system analysis and renewable energy design. Preferred qualifications include FE exam completion and LEED accreditation.
  • You will design electrical systems for commercial building projects, perform load calculations, coordinate with other disciplines, and communicate with team members to deliver quality work within commercial metrics.

Requirements

  • Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical or Architectural Engineering
  • 1 or more years of experience designing electrical systems for buildings
  • Strong organizational skills, including ability to prioritize effectively and balance assigned work
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills for team-based working
  • Experience with 3D BIM software - Revit MEP
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • FE exam completion
  • LEED Accreditation
  • Experience with AGi32 Lighting Software
  • Experience with power systems analysis software (SKM, ETAP, Easypower)
  • Experience with design and analysis of renewable and distributed energy systems

Responsibilities

  • Design electrical systems for commercial building projects, including power systems, lighting, and fire alarm
  • Gain experience working on diverse projects across all of our major business sectors including property, healthcare, science and industry, and energy
  • Perform electrical load calculations and circuiting of equipment
  • Perform photometric calculations for lighting systems and associated controls
  • Support construction administration, by reviewing submittals and answering RFIs
  • Work within a team structure
  • Work in conjunction with lead engineers and project managers to deliver quality work within commercial metrics
  • Coordinate with multiple disciplines
  • Manage time and prioritization of tasks on a daily basis
  • Communicate clearly with team members via calls, meetings, and emails
  • Learn and apply best practices in the discipline
  • Participate in local industry Professional Associations

FAQs

What types of projects will I be working on as an Electrical Engineer at Arup in Houston?

As an Electrical Engineer at Arup in Houston, you will work on a wide range of projects including labs, higher education facilities, commercial buildings, healthcare facilities, and distributed energy systems.

What are the core focuses of the projects at Arup in terms of sustainability and resilience?

The core focuses of the projects at Arup are sustainability, carbon reduction, and resilience. These principles are at the forefront of our designs and are integral to the work we do as a team.

What design technologies and analytic methods will I be using as an Electrical Engineer at Arup in Houston?

At Arup, we use the latest design technologies and analytic methods to deliver projects that make a real impact. As an Electrical Engineer, you will have the opportunity to utilize cutting-edge tools and methods to create innovative and sustainable designs.

We shape a better world

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10,001+
Employees
1946
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Dedicated to sustainable development, Arup is a collective of designers, consultants and experts working across 140 countries. Founded to be both humane and excellent, we collaborate with our clients and partners using imagination, technology and rigour to shape a better world.

Culture & Values

  • Quality of work

    Ove Arup was always clear: money is not our main aim, it’s quality that comes first. There are many ways to define ‘quality’ but whatever we do, we aim to produce the most thoughtful, creative and sustainable solutions – for our clients and the communities we work in.

  • Total architecture

    Our spirit is collaborative. Working life at Arup is never about titles, we listen in order to create and learn. ‘Total architecture’ simply means bringing everyone together, to benefit from their experience and insights. It also means we constantly evolve, adopting new disciplines, new people, and new ideas.

  • Humane organisation

    Ove Arup’s goal was that we should always remain a humane and friendly organisation, however large we became. You’ll find people at all levels of seniority are willing to help, discuss or share their experience. A humane organisation is also one focused on working hard to improve the lives of people our work touches.

  • Straight and honourable dealings

    Innovative and inspiring work is always built on trust. That’s why we expect the highest moral standards from our people – work of quality cannot be achieved any other way. A shared commitment to our values is how we produce great work for our clients, with enduring value for the communities around us.

  • Social usefulness

    Having a greater purpose than financial gain was how Ove always believed Arup’s work could remain inspiring. Today, social usefulness means many things for us, from pushing designs to be as sustainable and inclusive as possible, to our people’s commitment to community engagement.

  • Reasonable prosperity

    Money might not have been Ove Arup’s main priority for the firm, but he recognised the value of rewarding talent and remaining a great employer. Today we offer competitive salaries and benefits, wherever in the world you work for us. And as a membership organisation, we share our profits with our people twice annually.