Electrical engineers should be able to apply their design, planning, and supervisory skills and knowledge to the field of electricity and related systems. To effectively perform their duties, they need to summon principles of math, geometry, science, computers, and technology.
- Design new uses of electrical power for product development and enhancement.
- Prepare electrical system specifications or drawings.
- Plan layout of electrical generation and delivery systems, including plants, distribution lines, and electrical stations and substations.
- Oversee production, testing, and installation of electrical equipment to confirm compliance of products with applicable codes and regulations.
- Formulate electrical systems in buildings for efficient use of electricity, such as employing natural lighting.
- Calculate and estimate material, equipment, and labor costs for products and projects involving electrical systems and use of electrical power.
- Oversee manufacturing and other projects involving or using electrical power.
- Receive and respond to customer or client concerns or complaints involving electrical power.
- Identify problems in electrical systems, and propose and help implement solutions to those problems.
- Supervise members of electrical system or equipment teams.
- Electronic Systems
- Electronics Troubleshooting
- Electronic Testing Design
- Project Management
- Quality Focus, Database Design
- Analyzing Information
- Reporting Research Results
- Attention to Detail
- Emphasizing Excellence