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Electrical Engineer

  1. Industrial & manufacturing
  2. Seoul
R-097412

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We (SNC Lavalin) are looking to hire Electrical Engineer for our office in Seoul, South Korea.

Main responsibilities & deliverables:

To perform this role successfully, the individual will be responsible for electrical engineering coordinator & preparation of drawings and technical documentation required for the execution of a project including pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, food, agrifood and any of Industrial processing area but not limited to:

  • System structure
  • Single line diagram for main electrical distribution, motor control centers, lightning protection and lighting distribution for LT circuits
  • General study and engineering of power distribution from PCC to sub-PCC to MCC to consumer end, for process, industrial and general services
  • Fault level calculations, relay coordination and relay setting.
  • Earthing design calculations, cable size calculations
  • Review of vendors drawings for equipment, including PCC’s, MCCs, main lighting distribution boards, capacitor panels.
  • Preparation of the Motor List.
  • Schematic diagrams for power distribution, emergency lighting, fire and alarm system, public address system, data network (point of use and empty conduit network), telephone network (point of use and empty conduit network).
  • Emergency generator and UPS.
  • Building access control system and CCTV for outside the building for security.
  • Cable schedules, cable tray routing & sizing in process areas and utility block.
  • Preparation of technical specifications for various key equipment like motor control centers, distribution boards, cables, Field Instruments.
  • Review of vendor detailed engineering drawings and specifications.
  • Manages directly and provide engineering and technical support to all the electrical work groups at site.
  • Ensures that all the works done are in accordance with the approved construction drawings, contract documents, project specifications, and all applicable standards whether local, national or international standards.
  • Ensures that all site works are done according to all applicable quality standards.
  • To co-ordinate with Electrical Contractor for Electrification, Execution, Erection & Commissioning.
  • To provide the entire electrical solutions as per requirement.
  • Client communication and correspondence.
  • Coordination with workers

Competencies:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Electrical Engineering.
  • 5+ years’ experience in the Electrical engineering.
  • Can work independently if needed and should have the teamwork spirit.
  • Familiar with the Microsoft Office software and Auto CAD series, for example AutoCAD MEP version, as well as Revit or Navisworks.
  • Thorough Knowledge of Korea and International Building Code and local legislative regulations.
  • Highly preferred to be proficient with both Korean and English.
  • Licensed as a professional engineer.
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