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Designer II (Electrical) (DE1JP00003901)

Job Description

Designer II (Electrical) - Richmond, VA (DE1JP00003901)

ST Pay Rate: $37.18/hr (non-exempt)

Start: July 29, 2024 (or as close to this date as possible)

Duration: One year w/ extension possible

Work Location: Richmond, VA 23219

Travel: This position will require occasional site visits and other related tasks to meet project needs. Overnight site visits may be necessary when project schedules dictate.

Position Overview:

We are seeking a highly engaged, team-oriented individual with a background demonstrating the following competencies in a non-nuclear Power Generation setting:

Design, drafting, and review of detailed electrical engineering drawings related to construction deliverables (i.e. single lines, wiring diagrams, plan drawings, etc.).

This position reports to a Supervisor of Design and Documentation.The successful candidate will be responsible for providing technical and coordination support of other electrical designers and drafters as necessary.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Understand and employ personal safety practices at all times.

  • Become familiar with and employ environmental compliance at all times.

  • Prepare and review electrical drawings in support of power generation engineering projects per corporate standards

  • General electrical design support for the power generation fleet (i.e. equipment, cable; raceway, and drawing number support)

  • Coordinate site visits and perform field work as necessary

  • Provide support for Project Management and construction groups as required (i.e. point of contact for applicable design deliverables)

  • Review and provide feedback on peer, vendor, and Architect/Engineer drawing submittals

  • Maintain drawing records per corporate and compliance policies

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Minimum of 8 years (5 years for Designer II) of design experience in power generation or related industry desired

  • Commensurate knowledge of electrical engineering design and drafting principles

  • Commensurate knowledge of applicable regulations, related codes, and standards (i.e. NEC, IEEE, NERC)

  • Demonstrated MicroStation and/or AutoCAD proficiency

  • Commensurate proficiency in drawing and document management systems (ProjectWise & Documentum preferred)

  • Well-developed and effective interpersonal skills

  • Ability to work in a team environment as a fully engaged and supporting team member

  • Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)

  • Ability to manage project workloads with minimal direction

  • Ability to adapt to changes in project scope and schedules


Required: High School diploma or GED

Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in a technology related discipline

Additional Information:

The position functions in both an office and power station work environment.

Working Conditions

• Dust/Grease/Oil up to 25%

• Fumes up to 25%

• Heat up to 25%

• Loud noise up to 25%

• Outdoors up to 25%

• Travel up to 25%

• Office work environment 76-100%




Richmond, VA


July 29, 2024


One year with extension possible



Jenny Lister


(727) 340-8901


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