The Bergaila Companies

Revit Electrical Designer - 21200

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(4/3/2024 8:06 AM)
Job ID
2024-10508
Location : City
Boise
Location : State/Province
ID

Overview

We are seeking an Electrical Designer for assignment in Boise, Idaho. The selected candidate will engage in on-site work, designing and drafting electrical systems using Autocad and Revit.

 

Hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm

 

** This position requires experience with Revit and Navisworks **

Responsibilities

- Regular site visits to verify existing field conditions and to ensure the alignment of the design implementation process with the project’s Basis of Design (BOD) and specifications

- Coordinate effectively with project engineers, project coordinators, engineering coordinators, construction trades and other team members to ensure that the design reflects the project’s objectives. 

- Providing comprehensive 2D/3D drawing packages that are clear, accurate, and follow the site design standards

- Creating detailed electrical plans including conduit routing, cable tray routing, electrical panel schedules and equipment layout

- Drafting one-line diagrams in AutoCAD showing the site and building power distribution, such as distribution gear, overcurrent protection, feeders and loads

- Participates in the development and/or improvement of new and existing products for design change, cost reductions, warranty improvements and manufacturability

- Assists with evaluation of vendors

- Conduct field walks and field verifications

- Provide drawing and drafting support for details and vendor submittals

- Perform engineering drafting, drawing review, drawing control and related services required in the design of engineered systems

Qualifications

- High School Diploma or GED

- 2+ years design experience with Revit and Navisworks

- Hands-on experience with on-site punch list walks and coordination with various construction trades

 

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