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Construction Manager - Electrical Engineer (CM-EE)

Overview:

ISI Professional Services is seeking a Construction Manager - Electrical Engineer (CM-EE) in New York, NY who can provide both construction management and electrical engineering expertise. The ideal candidate will possess experience reviewing design and construction plans against existing site conditions. Experience in the resolution of unforeseen site and design conditions/problems and propose cost effective technical solutions, as well as experience conducting inspections and inventories of such structures to identify and note deficiencies, problems, or the general physical condition of such structures.

Required Skills and Knowledge:

  • Knowledge of all aspects of commercial hospital electrical construction including but not limited to underground electrical installation, high and low voltage power distribution, emergency engine generators and transfer switches, grounding, lightning protection, lightning, and installation of special medical equipment.
  • Knowledge of low voltage systems including but not limited to fire alarm, telecommunication and data distribution, nurse call and code blue, motion intrusion detection, two-way radio, security management and access control, public address, master antenna TV, and HVAC direct digital controls.
  • Knowledge of conveying systems including electric dumbwaiters and materials lifts, electric traction elevators, hydraulic elevators, pneumatic tube systems, and uniform dispensing equipment.
  • Knowledge of electrical design and installation for specialized medical and laboratory equipment including but not limited to MRI, PET, CT, audiometric booths, fume hoods, and sterilization equipment.
  • Ability to provide cost estimates and take-offs for the structural contract modifications.
  • Ability to determine compliance of workmanship, materials, equipment and installed work with contract requirements and industry standards.
  • Working knowledge and understanding of building, safety, and environmental codes.
  • Working knowledge of environmental, civil, safety, architectural and structural fields.
  • Knowledge of governmental contracting procedures, principles, guidelines and public law.

Education, Certification, Affiliations:

  • The CM-EE shall possess a current professional engineering license registration and maintenance of same throughout tenure. The Engineer’s license shall be registered in any state.
  • The CM-EE shall possess a degree in Engineering from an accredited institution of higher learning.
  • The CM-EE shall have ten years experiencing practicing Electrical engineering.
  • The CM-EE shall have five (5) years’ experience inspecting electrical construction.

Communication, Language, and Software Skills: 

  • Ability to utilize a variety of software programs to monitor, update, and produce work products by applying knowledge of computer literacy.
  • Ability to exercise good interpersonal skills.

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