The Electrical Design Manager supervises the daily activities of the team which includes both electrical design and control panel production. This position is responsible to ensure the entire design and build process operates efficiently and effectively while meeting customer expectations. This role is expected to create, improve, and maintain processes and procedures for design and production. The Electrical Design Manager has a thorough knowledge of the functional area under supervision.
Maintain a safe work environment
Direct management of the Electrical Design and Control Panel Production Team
Establish, document, and oversee departmental processes and priorities to maximize their contribution to the company’s success
Create, implement, and monitor KPI’s
Oversee controls design/build group workload, ensuring all project deadlines and customer requirements are met
Establish plan to ensure panel completion for FAT testing occurs within the project timeline
Mentor Electrical Designers through the electrical design process
Maintain the panel shop UL rating and oversee the Panel Build Team in producing electrical systems.
Work within a department budget
Performance of other duties as assigned
2 years controls/electrical degree or related experience
5 years electrical design experience.
Familiar with UL and NEC
Journeyman’s Electrical License, Master Electrical License a plus.
Demonstrated leadership of team members
Ability to be credible and deal effectively at multiple levels within the organization
Good time management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks & priorities
Demonstrated ability to establish schedules, change management and communication
Physical requirements - able to do the following in a safe and effective manner:
Climbing, ascending, and descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles, and industrial equipment, using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.
Reaching and extending hands and arms in any direction.
Standing and walking for sustained periods of time.
Pushing, pulling, lifting, bending, and stooping for sustained periods of time.
Using upper extremities to move objects and equipment with steady force.
Sometimes working in temperatures above 100 degrees for periods of more than one hour.