Key Tasks and Responsibilities
- Design low voltage engineering systems, including outside plant cabling, structured cabling, public address, intercommunications systems, cable television, electronic security (access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection), distributed antennae, nurse call, infant protection, patient wandering, and audio/visual.
- Knowledge of discipline specific codes and other building codes including TIA, NFPA, and Florida Building Code. Experience with DoD Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) preferred.
- Apply practical knowledge and experience.
- Capable of independent decision-making.
- Supervise subordinate personnel and assist other engineers or designers.
- Meet with the Project Manager to discuss/prepare the design scope, schedule, and budget.
- Estimate discipline man-hours required to complete the design requirements of a project.
- Perform quality assurance on projects.
- Ability to communicate with in-house and client parties in a professional, timely manner.
- Ability to meet fast-paced deadlines while maintaining quality design.
- Must be legally authorized to work without sponsorship now or in the future for employment visa status.
- Is self-motivated and work effectively and collaboratively in a team environment.
- 4-year Engineering degree
- 5-15 years’ experience, healthcare preferred
- Proficient in Revit, Microsoft Visio and Access a plus
- BICSI RCDD credential, or ability to obtain RCDD
- PE license or ability to obtain PE license
This position will require travel to attend client meetings and conduct site visits. The candidate must have willingness and ability for air travel, including international travel. Physically able to conduct field surveys in buildings and job sites.
Reports to Director of Low Voltage Systems Engineering