electrical engineer

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a person trained in practical applications of the theory of electricity

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Many industries including telecommunications, biomedical engineering, power generation, power plants, power transmission and distribution, power transformers, electrical machines, watercrafts and locomotives, manufacturing and electrical systems of high rise buildings require the employment of electrical engineers," he said.
In addition, his formal training as an electrical engineer and early career in device design give him a technical understanding of our products that is quite unusual to find in this industry.
Since joining OLA in 1996, Dan Smith has grown from an intern to a lead electrical engineer on a wide variety of projects, including educational, corporate, retail, and telecommunications facilities.
Browne has over 18 years experience as an electrical engineer and electrical contractor and he joined OLA in 2002.
Prior to joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, she was a Lead Electrical Engineer for a power engineering company, supervising engineering efforts for high-voltage power transmission and generation projects, including substations, wind farms, and solar plants.
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