Project Engineer Jr

  • San José
  • Johnson Controls

Job Details

Electrical Engineer

The Electrical Engineer is responsible for analyzing existing drawings, plan views, panel schedules and one lines to determine the power capacity of specific labs.


  • Works closely with the Intel project manager and engineers to analyze the data provided for specific labs to determine the electrical capacity for each specific lab.
  • Learn the Intel document control systems and Tririga to help collect the relevant material for specific campuses including
  • Review of IFC drawings, electrical one-lines, panel schedules and floor plans to determine the electrical capacities for specific labs.
  • Tabulate results by lab, building and campus to show the calculations and considerations when producing the capacity for a specific lab.
  • Establishes key relationships with the site engineers, Central Engineering peers and Capacity Project Stakeholders to enhance project execution.
  • Understands the technical electrical concepts associated with building power systems.


Bachelor's degree either Electromechanical, Electrical, or Maintenance with a minimum 2 years of relevant experience (preferably project management).

Desirable Additional Skills

  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
  • Self-starter with strong ethics, solid organizational skills, attentive to details, and able to multi-task and rise to the challenge under tight timeline.
  • Strong communication skills both in verbal and written English.
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills, creative, innovative and with cost conscious and result-oriented mindset.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Electrical systems for voltages of (120 / 208V, 240 / 415V, 277 / 480V) from substation - distribution and use