This full-time position reports to the Manager of Construction Design and is located at the Ed Fischer Operations Center, 8600 NE 117th Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98662.
WHAT YOU WOULD DO:
Provide design drawings, estimates and customer-requirements for residential, commercial and industrial customer requests including services, line extension and relocation work.
Responsible for design of complex distribution projects and/or transmission relocations.
Prepare and issue complete work order packages for agency relocation and system upgrade projects.
Develop and coordinate project schedules for all phases of work through completion (design, procurement, right of way, surveying, etc.)
Evaluate existing facilities for reliability and system capacity needs (existing and future); investigate design requirements and design options; provide recommendations and estimates for CPU installed facilities.
Review customer drawings and data and advise customers on technical requirements and options pertaining to their request for service in compliance with district policies, fee schedules and design/construction parameters.
Work with Construction Superintendents, customers and customer representatives to ensure customer service requests and design review are completed in a timely manner.
This position requires an in-depth knowledge of electrical design practices, basic understanding of electrical principles and effective analytical problem solving and project management skills. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in the design of commercial/industrial extensions and services, or in transmission or large scale distribution projects. Excellent computer skills with experience in Excel, Word and AutoCAD, as well as the ability to work with our internal work order, customer information, GIS, and estimating systems. Working knowledge of NESC and NEC codes and electrical industry standards. Outstanding interpersonal skills, demonstrated leadership skills and a strong commitment to delivery of excellent customer service. Significant interaction with customers is required.
Employees and dependents are eligible for medical, dental, vision, basic life insurance and disability insurance. Employees are enrolled in Washington State PERS and may enroll in deferred compensation plans. Employees will also receive eight hours of vacation leave and sick leave every month and twelve paid holidays throughout the calendar year.
Clark Public Utilities’ salary ranges are market based and established annually. With full competency in the role and satisfactory performance the target is midpoint within the established range.