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New Graduate Electrical Engineer

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level / Graduate - Junior (1-2 years)
  • Engineering
  • $47.2K - $85K
  • Denver

AI generated summary

  • You need a Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering, 0-1 years of experience, strong technical skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work in the U.S. Start your career at WSP in the U.S. today!
  • You will receive training, make ethical decisions, and fulfill tasks needed by the business as a New Graduate Electrical Engineer at WSP in the U.S.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.
  • 0 to 1 years of relevant post education experience.
  • Prior internship experience, leadership experience, or relevant coursework.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Strong technical writing, analytical and communication skills.
  • Detail-oriented with an emphasis on quality work products.
  • The selected candidate must have the ability to work in the United States immediately.
  • Proven track record of upholding workplace safety and ability to abide by WSP’s health, safety and drug/alcohol and harassment policies.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Recent graduate or May 2023 Graduate in an accredited Electrical Engineering, or related, Undergraduate or Graduate program.
  • The successful candidate will have 0-3 years of internship experience in Electrical Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Complete training on assigned tasks.
  • Exercise responsible and ethical decision-making regarding company funds, resources and conduct, and adhere to WSP’s Code of Conduct and related policies and procedures.
  • Perform additional responsibilities as required by business needs

FAQs

What are some of the tasks that a New Graduate Electrical Engineer may be involved in?

A New Graduate Electrical Engineer may assist with research, design, concept development, and construction of transmission and distribution substations, power distribution, renewable energy projects, and protection and control systems. They may also provide technical assistance for due diligence, investigation, remediation, impact assessment, and permitting of utility, industrial, and commercial scale projects.

What documentation responsibilities does a New Graduate Electrical Engineer have?

A New Graduate Electrical Engineer is responsible for generating accurate and concise documentation regarding assigned aspects of the project. This includes ensuring that all documentation meets or exceeds acceptable industry standards for design, safety, and functionality.

What types of projects will a New Graduate Electrical Engineer be working on?

A New Graduate Electrical Engineer may work on projects in various sectors, including utilities, transportation, buildings, and Federal, State, and local government projects. They may be involved in the design, development, and construction of utility, industrial, and commercial scale projects.

What is the location of this job opportunity?

This job opportunity is located in Denver, CO. The New Graduate Electrical Engineer will be working with WSP's Federal Team in Denver.

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At WSP in the U.S., our expertise lies at the intersection of the infrastructure and the skylines we have helped to shape from coast to coast. We can meet your needs with cross-disciplinary services across multiple sectors and markets including: advisory; buildings; water and environment; energy; and transportation & infrastructure. Our professionals have planned, designed and managed the construction of some of the most iconic high-rise buildings, bridges, highways, tunnels and transit and rail systems across the United States. Some of our most notable projects include major expansions of the New York and Los Angeles transit systems, as well as iconic buildings such as One World Trade Center and 432 Park Avenue in New York City, the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, and the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington, D.C.