Lead Electrical Engineer Property Management - Lighting

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Jan 15, 2017
Jun 03, 2017
Employment Status
Full Time
JOIN US AS A LEAD ELECTRICAL ENGINEERThe Lead Electrical Engineer is a technical and process leader within the electrical engineering discipline.  The Lead Electrical Engineer has full understanding of the technical challenges and processes and takes responsibility for programs and/or processes supporting Target Engineering goals while seeking continued improvement to Target Engineering programs and processes.Use your skills, experience and talents to be a part of groundbreaking thinking and visionary goals.  As a Lead Electrical Engineer you'll take the lead as you…
  • Creates, modifies and ensures implementation of engineering processes related to building system design.
  • Contributes to the research and application of initial design, retrofit or effective operation of building systems in any of Target's properties.
  • Conceptualize engineering designs and studies.  Ensures designs are executed effectively by design teams.  Leads multi-discipline teams in the execution and completion of engineering studies.
  • Develops in others analytical skills related to building system design.
  • Collaborates with Property Development partners to maintain and improve life cycle building systems.
  • Leads the research of products or systems for incorporation into Target's prototype designs.
  • Collaborates with outside consultants to resolve project specific design issues or to make improvements to prototypical designs.
  • Leads the execution of unique, remodel, special projects, prototype, building system life-cycle or similar programs.
  • Leads and executes discipline specific special project work.
  • Leads design teams in the solution of complex engineering situations.
  • Serves as subject matter expert and liaison for external partners.
  • Bachelors engineering degree from ABET accredited program
  • 10 years experience with a consultant engineering firm, contractor, or a manufacturer of building engineered systems.
  • Proficient in the design and knowledgeable in the operation of commercial building engineered systems.
  • Possess well developed knowledge of commercial building design and construction processes.
  • Ability to use CAD software in the development of models and construction documents.
  • Ability to effectively work with discipline specific engineering software programs and project management applications.
  • Practical knowledge of the design and application of discipline specific products.
  • Ability to negotiate effectively to achieve agreements that all parties can support.
  • Ability to synthesize complex information from a variety of sources and use that information to make informed decisions.
  • Ability and desire to seek out technical training opportunities to increase skills.
  • Ability to champion ideas with confidence and ensures that difficult problems are addressed.
  • Ability to lead multi-discipline teams to accomplish goals and to ensure that all viewpoints are considered by the team.