electrical engineer – jacksonville


New opportunities are being created in our Jacksonville office as a result of our continued success, growth and internal promotions, along with our recent merger with IMEG Corporation. McVeigh & Mangum Engineering is now a wholly owned subsidiary of IMEG. With over 60 offices throughout the nation, we are currently included in ENR’s list the nation’s Top 100 Design Firms. We provide engineering expertise to the architectural and construction community in the fields of structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering design.

We currently have an opportunity for an Electrical Engineer in our Jacksonville office . In the Electrical Engineer role, you will have the opportunity to support senior level Project Engineers, in addition to serving as Project Engineer and the technical point of contact on selected projects. This opportunity will allow you to continue to obtain knowledge and develop technical skills, but also provide an opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills.

Future advancement opportunities exist beyond the position of Electrical Engineer with potential growth in Project Management, Leadership, and Ownership. In addition, IMEG offers an array of benefits to include Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance, Paid Time Off (PTO), 401k and ESOP Retirement Plans, Tuition Reimbursement, and many more.

• Contribute to the leadership to the office’s Electrical Engineering Department
• Lead multi-discipline engineering teams on selected projects, serving as the client’s main point of contact for the engineering team
• Provide design and design oversight of electrical engineering projects
• Maintain and foster relationships with selected established clients

• 8-10 years of experience in the design of buildings and related projects
• Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
• Registered Electrical Engineer (PE) with ability to obtain registration in Florida
• Experience in the design of power distribution, lighting and fire alarm systems for healthcare, commercial, multi-family, assisted living and institutional projects
• Experience with Revit
• NCEES License
• Design and management experience with a focus on client satisfaction, quality, and leadership of a technical staff

• LEED AP Accreditation
• RCCDD certification preferred
• Understanding knowledge of applicable codes and healthcare guidelines
• Excellent Communicator
• Project Management Experience