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Electrical Engineer (Fueling Staff)

Are you prepared to embark on a thrilling opportunity that merges engineering expertise with a love for aviation and government ventures? As an Electrical Engineer (Fueling Staff) in our Aviation & Federal (ANF) Global Practice, you will be at the forefront of inventing and implementing vital systems that ensure aircraft are fueled and prepared for takeoff.

Your Responsibilities:

Collaborate with the fueling electrical team to develop cutting-edge design deliverables for Aircraft Systems (Fueling & Ramp Services) and Federal Fueling Business Lines.

Engage with clients throughout the United States, including private airlines, public airports, municipal entities, and the US Department of Defense.

Immerse yourself in projects of various scales and complexities, ranging from single-tank gas stations to million-barrel bulk fuel storage depots and high-volume aviation fuel facilities.

Take charge of crucial Electrical responsibilities:

Create AC power systems, one-line diagrams, motor starter schematics, electrical wiring diagrams, area classification drawings, grounding plans, and lighting layouts.

Specify electrical equipment, coordinating with public utilities, low-voltage motor control centers, transformers, generators, transfer switches, and power distribution centers (PDCs).

Design facility support systems, such as site surveillance, gate access, lightning protection, and operations buildings.

Analyze figures by conducting cable sizing, voltage drop, conduit sizing, and other essential calculations.

Evaluate electrical systems for load flow, short circuit, arc-flash hazards, and breaker settings.

Delve into Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) tasks:

Collaborate with the fuel mechanical discipline to create Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs).

Develop system control philosophies and alarm setpoints, ensuring seamless operation.

Bring expertise in EI&C (Electrical, Instrumentation, and Controls) components.

Desired Qualifications:

Enthusiasm for aviation and government projects.

Proficient technical skills in electrical engineering, including knowledge of power systems, equipment design, and facility support systems.

Ability to navigate intricate calculations and system analyses.

Collaborative nature and a talent for working in multidisciplinary teams.

Keenness to contribute to critical infrastructure projects that impact our nation’s transportation and defense.

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