Job Title: Electrical Engineer (Design and Construction)
PVN ID: VC-2210-005145
Category: Managerial and Professional
Location: OFFICE OF VC - FACILIT PLAN, CONSTRUC & MGMT
Department: Dept. of Design, Construction & Mgmt.
Status: Full Time
Annual Salary Range: $90,000.00 - $110,000.00
Closing Date: Sep 30, 2023 (Or Until Filled)
As members of the Engineering Group in the Office of Facilities Planning, Construction, and Management, the Electrical Engineer will play a vital role in the successful implementation of the multi-year and multi-billion-dollar design and construction program at CUNY’s 25 campuses. The Electrical Engineer will provide engineering services for all capital projects managed by CUNY, New York Dormitory Authority (DASNY), and New York State Power Authority (NYPA).
Specific duties include the following:
- Reviewing consultant design documents for conceptuality, constructability, and accuracy.
- Issuing guidelines and procedures for projects in conformance with applicable codes and regulations.
- Preparing electrical and fire alarm design standards and specifications and preventive maintenance procedures for Electrical Systems for use by the campuses; and monitoring the implementation of such procedures.
- Determining cost estimates for projects as required.
- Providing management reports as required by Director of Engineering.
- Represent the Director of Engineering in conferences and meeting in his absence.
- Perform quality assurance site visits during construction phase and prepare report.
- Conduct research, perform diagnostics, and troubleshoot electrical systems and equipment.
- Participate in conferences, events, and networking and learning opportunities.
- Bachelor of Science or engineering degree in electrical engineering (Master’s degree preferred).
- Minimum 5 years of experience in the design of controls, and fire alarm systems for higher education facilities, commercial, and residential buildings; including the design of low and high voltage power distribution systems (.Experience with New York State and/or New York City design and construction Projects preferred).
- Experience with Computer Aided Design and proficiency with Microsoft Office software.
- Abilityto review multiple design projects and meet deadlines.
- Excellent written and verbal communication; and good organizational and planning skills.
About the Research Foundation
The Research Foundation of The City University of New York (RFCUNY) was established as a not-for-profit educational corporation chartered by the State of New York in 1963. RFCUNY supports CUNY faculty and staff in identifying and obtaining external support (pre-award) from government and private sponsors and is responsible for the administration of all such funded programs (post-award).
RFCUNY stands between CUNY’s principal investigators (PIs) and the sponsors who support them and strives to fulfill its essential responsibilities to both groups. Working closely with individual PIs and Grants Officers on the campuses, RFCUNY oversees employment, accounting, audit, reporting, purchasing, and special responsibilities that include management of a planned giving program; liaison with governmental agencies and foundations; negotiation of agreements; facility construction and renovation; protection and commercialization of intellectual property; and compliance with applicable standards in research involving human subjects, animal care, environmental and radiological safety, and conflicts of interest.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
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