Data Center Infrastructure, Mission Critical Infrastructure
4 Year Degree
Do you design 7x24 reliability power systems for mission critical data centers and telecommunications facilities? If you are looking for your next challenging opportunity, look no further. Come join our well respected team of engineers in Denver, Colorado.
Essential Job Responsibilities
Designs electrical systems for data centers including
Power design, including layout and circuiting of receptacles, miscellaneous equipment, mechanical equipment, and completion of panel schedules.
Power design associated with UPS and generator support systems
Design of intermediate to complex electrical one-line diagrams.
Short circuit and voltage drop calculations.
Fuse and circuit breaker coordination studies.
Lighting design, including lighting fixture selection, layout, circuiting, and controls for interior and exterior applications.
Prepare studies on various electrical systems, identify options and potential solutions. Provide related cost comparisons.
Development of specifications for the lighting and power systems.
Review of contractor’s shop drawings and submittals.
Conduct construction observations and prepare reports. This includes participation of commissioning activities.
Performs engineering tasks proficiently by using word processing and spreadsheet software, and computer assisted engineering and design software.
Exhibits effective application of local and national building codes, and strong working knowledge of all applicable safety codes and industry standards.
Makes presentations to clients, and/or in front of groups.
Proposes innovative solutions and strategizes with team to resolve concerns and conflicts.
Shares knowledge acquired at seminars and training events with team to ensure teams stays current on industry standards.
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or Architectural Engineering from an ABET-accredited college or university, and minimum 5 years’ experience in consulting engineering.
Licensing as PE (preferred)
Certification as an EIT
Ability to apply theoretical knowledge to achieve cost-effective, constructible design solutions
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively; to express ideas; to share information; and to prepare clear, well-organized correspondence, reports and similar documents
Ability to demonstrate effective conflict resolution and creative problem solving
Ability to think strategically
Knowledge of fundamental business principles and practices, e.g., chargeable versus billable time, invoicing procedures, chargeable expenses, cost versus billing rate and profit margins
Must be authorized to work in the United States
EEO/AA – M/F/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Employer
Internal Number: ENG-19-00002
About Swanson Rink
Established in 1965 Swanson Rink specializes in mechanical and electrical engineering for mission critical data centers, airports and corporate clients.