• Electrical Engineer

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(8/7/2019 10:44 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Electrical Engineering
  • Overview

    BRPH, a full service Architectural/Engineering Firm specializing in state of the art Facility design, is looking for an Electrical Engineer for our Huntsville, Alabama office.  Huntsville, known as the “Rocket City” and home for defense and aerospace firms, is ranked by US News as the 7th best place to live out of 125 metro areas in the United States in 2018. Since the Saturn V took off, this former farming community has witnessed a major "high-tech growth spurt." This futuristic city combines the best of both worlds, the awe-inspiring vistas of the Cumberland Plateau and Appalachian Range wait just beyond the digital and aeronautical structures of the city.  The city is situated along the easternmost edges of the Tennessee River, with most of Huntsville's perimeters falling to the slight south of Wheeler Lake. Over 40 Fortune 500 companies have offices in Huntsville, while global tech startups are becoming increasingly plentiful.


    Education and or Experience:


    Leading an electrical engineering team for large scale aerospace, manufacturing and commercial projects.

    Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from an accredited College or University

    A minimum of 4 years’ experience in Electrical Engineering

    Must be PE certified

    Proficient in AutoCAD/Revit

    Authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship



    Since 1964 BRPH is a full service Architectural/Engineering design Firm providing superior, world-class design services to unique clients around the world in the Aerospace, Entertainment and Hospitality, Manufacturing/Industrial, Educational and Commercial Market Sectors.


    So, if you are looking to join an incredible dynamic group of talented and enthusiastic individuals then this is a prefect opportunity for you.


    Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disability








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