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30+ days ago

Senior Transmission Line Design Engineer

Burns & McDonnell Portland, ME

Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from accredited program. 7 years related transmission line design experience (completion of master's degree in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Electrical Engineer

Burns & McDonnell Portland, ME

Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from accredited program. Completion of FE exam strongly preferred. One to two years of professional… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Staff Substation Design Engineer

Burns & McDonnell Portland, ME

include the preparation of plans, schematics, 1-lines, 3-lines, wiring diagrams, materials lists & specifications in the adaptation and modification… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Assistant Substation Designer

Burns & McDonnell Portland, ME

include the drafting and preparation of plans, schematics, 1-lines, 3-lines, wiring diagrams, materials lists in the adaptation and modification of… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Substation Design Engineer

Burns & McDonnell Portland, ME

include the preparation of electrical protection and control and substation physical layout design; ownership of the project scope, schedule… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Assistant Electrical Engineer  in  Kansas City, MO
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    I worked at Burns & McDonnell full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    There are tons of projects to work on so employees will never have to worry about looking for work. If you are the type to take initiative and put in tons of time into the projects then this company is right for you as you will be rewarded for your work. The benefits and pay lack, but will make up in bonus rewards.

    Cons

    Expect to work weekends and very late nights. However, even though you have to pull late nights, some clients complain about overtime charges which means you are stuck putting in late night work without being able to charge overtime. People are also an issue as a lot of engineers criticize rather than teamwork.

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    Work on teamwork as some personal believe criticism is normal. Some of the statements I heard coming from certain individuals were very disturbing. Overall, management is doing their best to hear everyone's concern.

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