Job Description
As an Electrical Engineer, you’ll be at the heart of our client’s team, working closely with their clients to create top-notch design drawings and specifications. You’ll be a key player during the construction phase, collaborating with fellow design professionals and contractors. Plus, you’ll get to dive into fascinating electrical studies.

To thrive in this role, you’ll need a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering. If you also have an E.I.T. or an active Professional Engineering License, that’s a big bonus!

We’d be especially impressed if you bring experience in crafting power and control systems for municipal and industrial facilities. Another feather in your cap would be proficiency in performing Arc Flash Hazard Analysis.

At times, our client’s Engineers hit the road to visit our clients locally. Occasionally, you might even embark on overnight travel adventures for exciting projects.
5 to 10 years

Electrical Engineer degree


Why is This a Great Opportunity
Great company to work for

To apply for this job email your details to mcastellano@meostaffing.com

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