The Electrical Engineering Project Manager works under the guidance of the Deputy Director and is responsible for the management, analysis and coordination of electrical distribution systems at Detroit Metro and Willow Run Airports, including responsible for developing and implementing plans that support and sustain the electrical distribution systems.
To perform this job successfully, at the time of application, applicants must meet or exceed the following:
Have a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized college or university in Electrical Engineering ore closely related field; AND
Have five (5) years of full-time experience in the design of the electrical distribution systems for multi-facility complexes (i.e. airports, hospitals, universities, corporate/manufacturing complexes, etc.). Professional experience should include progressive responsibilities in construction administration and the management of consultants and/or contractors.
CERTIFICATES & LICENSES
A valid driver's license and a safe, acceptable driving record.
A Michigan Professional Engineer, Electrical Engineering license is preferred.
If current license were issued in another state, Michigan license must be obtained within six (6) months from date of hire.
To perform this job successfully, an individual should knowledge and experience with Auto CAD software and Microsoft Office Suite.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) welcomed nearly 35 million passengers in 2017 and is one of the world’s leading air transportation hubs. With service from 14 scheduled passenger airlines, Michigan’s largest airport offers more than 1,100 flights per day to and from more than 140 non-stop destinations on four continents. With two award-winning passenger terminals, six jet runways, and an onsite AAA Four-Diamond Westin Hotel, DTW is among the world’s most efficient, customer friendly and operationally capable airports in North America. DTW is operated by the Wayne County Airport Authority, which also operates nearby Willow Run Airport – an important corporate, cargo and general aviation facility. The Airport Authority is entirely self-sustaining and does not receive tax dollars to support airport operations. Visit www.metroairport.com for more information.