E&C Engineer

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January 15, 2022
Minneapolis, MN
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E&C Engineer

Minneapolis, MN

System One is currently seeking an E&C Engineer on a 12-month contract position located in Minneapolis, MN.

This position will be with our client, a utility holding company serving more than 3.3 million electric customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers.

E&C Engineer Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the design, modeling, development and testing of a machine, structure or system
  • Develops functional requirements
  • Understands and applies standard engineering principles
  • Creates simulations and prototypes to evaluate preliminary designs and test how a machine, structure or system operates
  • Designs and tests components, and integrates components to produce final product
  • Monitors quality of products and controls the efficiency of processes
  • Evaluates a design's overall effectiveness, cost, reliability, and safety
  • Investigates root causes of failures to maintain quality and recommend improvements
  • Position supports remediation, demolition, and base capital project execution in NSP

E&C Engineer Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited school is a minimum requirement
  • Position is primarily located at construction and demolition sites
  • Travel expenses for site visits are reimbursed
  • Accountable and self-motivated
  • Works well in team environment
  • Experience supporting projects at an industrial facility

Duration: 12-months

Location: Minneapolis, MN

Pay Rate: $27.45 - $40.00/hr.

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