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Electrical Engineer

Company Name:
EAPC Architects Engineers
Position Type:
Full-time
EAPC has an immediate position for a dynamic and energetic Electrical Engineer in our Grand Forks, ND headquarters. EAPC is a regional A/E/P company that provides
services
to a broad, diverse clientele.
Primary duties will require the successful planning, design, and specification of low and medium voltage and lighting EE projects. High voltage distribution and utility interconnection not required but is highly desirable. The successful candidate will work with Clients to successfully complete simple to complex projects with construction budgets of up to $100 million dollars.
A competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications will be offered to the successful candidate. Benefits include a 401k plan with matching contributions, health insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability, flexible paid time off, and annual bonuses based on corporate and personal performance.
Resume and cover letter can be mailed or e-mailed to:
EAPC Architects Engineers
Attn: Heidi Marto
3100 DeMers Avenue, Grand Forks, ND 58201
Email: with subject line "EE-GF Position"
Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications are a BS-EE or a related field from an accredited academic program along with an independent and aggressive work ethic. Possessing a PE license and experience performing similar work is preferable but not required.
Company Description:
EAPC is a full-service consulting firm offering architectural, mechanical
engineering
, electrical engineering, civil/structural engineering, wind energy consulting and industrial services from offices in
north dakota
,
minnesota
,
vermont
, and Buenos Aires.

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