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Job #: R-00082476-OTHLOC-PL-2D2052
Location: Orlando, FL
Category: Electrical Engineering
Schedule (FT/PT): Full Time
Travel Required: Yes, 50% of the time
Shift: Day
Potential for Telework: Yes, 100%
Clearance: None
Referral Eligibility: Eligible
Group: Civil

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Job Description:

Job Description

This Electrical Project Engineer (LPGBS) position provides support for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Power Services Group under the National Air-Space Implementation Support Contract (NISC) with respect to Lightning and Surge Protection, Grounding, Bonding and Shielding (LPGBS).

A successful candidate will:

Provide engineering consultation for compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry standards and best practices and provide recommendations for solutions in all phases of the system’s lifecycle including: contract, policy, site survey, design and design review, and implementation. Participate in the site survey, technical evaluation, development, administration, management, logistic, and strategy of project planning and implementation Collect data on FAA facilities, preferences to identify factors that affect their lightning protection, grounding, bonding, and shielding and surge protection devices functionality. Break down complex issues into task and prepare scope of work and cost estimate based on government’s LPGBS work break down structure.

The following set of skills/knowledge will lead to successful career in this position:

Knowledge and direct work experience in FAA power systems, lightning protection and grounding, surge protective devices, bonding, and shielding is a must. The ideal candidate must have strong writing skills exhibited through engineering reports, thesis or dissertation papers at academic institutions; white papers, or publications. Experience with some or all of the following are required: transients in power distribution systems, engine generator, UPS, grounding, lightning protection. Familiarity with industry standards, such as IEEE 65/80/81/142/1100, UL 1449/UL 96A, NFPA 780, NEC, ANSI C62, Motorola R56  and other industry standards related to LPGBS. The ideal candidate will also have knowledge of FAA equipment, facilities and systems (such as VOR, PAPI, ILS, Radars, NAVAIDS, ATCT, TRACON, ARTCC), FAA technical policies, orders, standards and handbooks.

Electrical Project Engineer (LPGBS)​ Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide engineering consultation for compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry standards and best practices and provide recommendations for solutions in all phases of the system’s lifecycle including: contract, policy, site survey, design and design review, and implementation.
  • Participate in the site survey, technical evaluation, development, administration, management, logistic, and strategy of project planning and implementation.
  • Prepare technical reports/white papers related to LPGBS issues, identify systemic problems and provide recommendations, including cost estimate and project prioritization, to government clients.
  • Break down complex issues into task and prepare scope of work and cost estimate based on government’s LPGBS work break down structure.

Electrical Project Engineer (LPGBS) Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 5 years of professional experience; or 3 years of professional experience with a Master degree in Electrical Engineering.
  • Experience with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) power systems, lightning protection and grounding, surge protective devices, bonding, and shielding transient in power systems, lightning protection and grounding, shielding, EMP, EMI, RFI and mitigation.
  • Writing skills exhibited through exhibited through engineering reports, thesis or dissertation papers at academic institutions; white papers, or publications at nationally/internationally recognized technical organizations.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of technical expertise through experience in site survey and teaching lightning and surge protection, grounding, bonding and shielding, especially in FAA, military environment or radio telecommunication system facilities.
  • Knowledge of military and industry standards such as industry standards, such as IEEE 65/80/81/142/1100, UL 1449/UL 96A, NFPA 780, NEC, ANSI C62, Motorola R56  and other industry standards related to LPGBS.
  • Knowledge of FAA systems (i.e. VOR, PAPI, ILS, Radars, NAVAIDS, ATCT, TRACON, ARTCC), technical policies, standards and orders is a plus.
  • Willing to travel, approximately 40% of the time.

Electrical Project Engineer (LPGBS) Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of national/international/government standards and orders on grounding, lightning protection, short circuit coordination, arc flash studies, engine generator, UPS and other systems.

Pay Range:

Pay Range $74,750.00 - $115,000.00 - $155,250.00

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