Electrical Cad Designer

Company Name:
Electrical CAD Designer
Location: Addison, IL
Duration: 6 months contract with possible extension
High School Diploma or equivalent experience required. Associates Degree preferred, or AutoCAD certification with demonstrated success in the functions outlined in the above job responsibilities. Experience in Fire Alarm, Fire Detection, Security, CCTV, Nurse Call, and/or Master Time a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Office programs. Proficient in use of spreadsheets. Proficient in reading and understanding architectural, electrical layouts & diagrams. Self-starter that can work with little to no supervision. Strong organizational skills, positive attitude, and an ability to learn quickly. Must be able to use computer keyboard and focus attention to PC monitor for prolonged periods. Ability to operate and maintain CAD equipment, plotter and other drawing reproduction equipment. Maintain project drawing files, drawing library, and associated records and documentation per business and district policies. The ability to obtain NICET Level II within a year of employment. Excellent written and verbal.
Work closely with senior design engineers to develop drawings, calculations and equipment application for either fire alarm, security, sprinkler, suppression and/or sound systems using AutoCAD. Review and interpret engineer specifications. Prepare complex electrical drawings, such as conceptual presentation drawings which meet contract requirements, floor plan layouts, riser drawing, battery and voltage drop calculations. Prepare electrical interconnection drawings, matrixes and technical charts. Maintain project drawing files, drawing library, and associated records and documentation per Headquarters policies. Coordinate electronic systems projects delivery process from order receipt to project completion. Perform other related duties as required..
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