At IEM, we pride ourselves in setting and raising the bar for innovation in the electrical distribution industry. From advanced engineering and technologies, to our parallel manufacturing process, quality control practices and experienced management, IEM is making a difference and so can you.
Our success depends on cultivating the diversity and skills that our employees bring to our business. We offer challenging projects, collaboration with smart people and an inventive culture. IEM employees appreciate working in an autonomous environment that fosters creativity and individual growth.
We’re looking for talented individuals who consistently go the extra mile for a project, client and colleague, people who are committed to continuous professional growth.
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APPLICATIONS ENGINEER – ESTIMATOR
Reporting to the Manager of Application Engineering, you will responsible for providing technical quotations through the analysis of cost of materials & labor associated with designing, engineering, and producing final custom assemblies for our LV/MV Switchgear. Responsibilities encompass completing quotations/proposals which would include reviewing and interpreting engineered drawings and specifications, working closely with our suppliers, and interacting regularly with our sales, engineering, production, and purchasing departments.
You will be part of the Application Engineering team which provide the sales force with support by performing proposal preparation. As a direct report to the Manager of Application Engineering training will be provided on the estimating tools used to generate the quotations. Minimal travel expected.
Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and a minimum 3 years of experience with a solid knowledge of LV/MV switchgear. Having done complex proposals/quotations in a factory environment is essential. Excellent computer, communication and organizational skills are a must. Experience with paralleling controls and/or PLC/ HMI controls are a plus.