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Division Engineer (Electrical Distribution)

Berkeley, Missouri

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Senior Stormwater Project Engineer

City of Leawood

Leawood, Kansas

The Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) publishes job opportunities on the MSPE website by request. Classifieds must advertise a legitimate job opening for registered professional engineers or engineering-interns and provide the exact qualifications sought by the employer, a valid Request for Proposal or Request for Qualifications for a bona fide project or advertise a product/supply used by the engineering profession. Classified ads are also accepted for posting in MSPE's quarterly newsletter, The Missouri Engineer. For more information on advertising in The Missouri Engineer, click here.

If you are interested in posting job opportunities for your firm, please CLICK HERE to learn details and fill out the advertising contract. For questions or to submit your contract, please contact Brenna Leahy at brenna@mspe.org.


Division Engineer (Electrical Distribution)

Berkeley, MO

Full time

About The Position

The Division Engineer is primarily responsible for planning, designing, execution, and project management activities associated with the safe and reliable management of the electrical distribution system as it pertains to system improvements, new business, and maintenance. The Division Engineer also ensures compliance with company tariffs, procedures, design standards, and code requirements.  

Key responsibilities include:

  • Manage the safe and timely completion of designs and estimates within budget for subtransmission and distribution system enhancements with emphasis on adherence to company standards, procedures, and policies, including designs for new business, replacements, relocations, maintenance, system upgrades and expansions. Provide technical assistance and direction to other personnel completing designs and estimates of distribution projects.
  • Work with Division personnel and other Company departments, performing distribution planning and engineering analysis of subtransmission and distribution systems to identify capacity or operational deficiencies and corresponding infrastructure improvement plans. Develop projects to correct and improve the safe and reliable operation of systems.
  • Review the physical condition of subtransmission and distribution systems and make engineering recommendations focused on safety for the replacement and/or enhancement of obsolete or inadequate facilities.
  • Coordinate major system initiatives and serve as project manager ensuring compliance with company requirements including safety, design standards, timeline and financial performance criteria. Participate in project development, planning, implementation, completion and process improvement efforts.
  • Work collaboratively with operations supervision and other Company departments to ensure safe and reliable delivery to meet company and customer expectations/commitments. Effectively utilize and provide technical support relating to the use of the energy delivery business systems.
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of Division and function goals. Identify and implement improvements in Division operations designed to enhance safety, control costs and improve productivity.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Science Degree Engineering from an accredited college or university required. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering preferred. Preference is to have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering examination or have the Professional Engineer (P.E.) License. Three or more years of electric utility distribution or related engineering experience preferred.

In addition to the above qualifications, the successful candidate will demonstrate:

The Division Engineer works a standard day-shift in an office and field environment which can include walking over rough terrain.  Subject to emergency call-out and duty supervisor responsibilities. May be called in after hours or required to work in unpleasant weather conditions. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications required. Working knowledge of corporate computer applications (OAS, CSS, DOJM, ADMS) and DEW preferred.  Must possess good customer service, analytical, decision making, communication, organization and human relations skills, and be able to interact effectively with various stakeholders.

* Technical career path level depends upon applicant’s credentials.

Additional Information

Ameren’s selection process includes a series of interviews and may include candidate testing and/or an individual aptitude or skill-based assessment.  Specific details will be provided to qualified candidates.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, genetic information, military service or status, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other class, trait, or status protected by law.

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Engineer

Jefferson City, Missouri

Missouri Public Service Commission 


The Missouri Public Service Commission is seeking to fill Engineer positions in our Engineering Analysis Department and Safety Engineering Department. Starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience. (May graduates are welcome to apply.) Annual salary range is $56,319 - $68,741. For complete details and to apply, please visit here.




SENIOR STORMWATER PROJECT ENGINEER

Closing Date:  March 21, 2022

Department: Public Works Administration / Engineering

Starting Pay Range: $2,500 - $3,173.20 / biweekly, ($65,000 - $82,503.00 / Annually), DOQ(This is a benefits eligible exempt position.)

 

The City of Leawood has a prime opportunity for an enthusiastic Stormwater Project Engineer who enjoys the blend of design and project management. The ideal Stormwater Project Engineer is a dynamic individual looking to develop and manage Stormwater plans and design Stormwater quality BMP's along with taking part in the City’s public infrastructure projects including streets, bridges, signals, lighting, and parks as part of the City’s Engineering Design team.  

 

The ideal candidate for our Project Engineer position should possess the following basic qualifications and skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering.
  • Minimum of 6 years of experience in designing and managing a wide variety of site development Stormwater projects.
  • Proven experience with coordination of the design scope, monitoring schedules and fees, creating and reviewing pay estimates, approving submittals, monitoring utility relocations, acquiring right-of-way and easements, assisting with engineering during construction, and coordinating close out.
  • Knowledge of Stormwater management design regulations.
  • Professional Engineer registration a valid Certificate of Registration as Professional Engineer (PE) from the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions.  If registered in another state, must obtain Kansas registration within one (1) year of hire.
  • Attention to detail and ensuring completion of tasks and projects in a timely fashion.
  • Ability to work with a diverse set of individuals both internal and external to the Engineering Design team such as: constituents, City staff, elected officials, and consultants while ensuring professionalism, confidentiality, and quality judgement.


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The Missouri Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) publishes job opportunities on the MSPE website by request. Classifieds must advertise a legitimate job opening for registered professional engineers or engineering-interns and provide the exact qualifications sought by the employer, a valid Request for Proposal or Request for Qualifications for a bon a fide project or advertise a product/supply used by the engineering profession

If you are interested in posting job opportunities for your firm, please CLICK HERE for details. For questions or to submit your request to post, please contact Brenna Leahy at brenna@mspe.org.

Classified ads are also accepted for posting in MSPE's quarterly newsletter, The Missouri Engineer. For more information on advertising in The Missouri Engineer, click here

Pricing per word: The first 40 words or less is $25.00. Each additional 20 words or less are charged $15.00, with a cap of $100. Online job postings last 60 days.





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