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Engineering Manager/Lead - Electronic Security

City Of Industry, California, United States
November 05, 2018


To meet the basic qualification for the Engineering Manager opportunity, you must have legal authorization to work permanently in the United States for any employer without requiring a visa transfer or visa sponsorship. In addition, to be a good fit for the role, you will have:

A Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering or a related field. We may also consider outstanding directly relevant experience in lieu of a degree

5+ years of engineering management experience with proven ability to lead teams, support customers and drive projects

5+ years of experience with electronic security systems including knowledge of access control, video systems, network systems/networking, serial communication, low voltage, etc.; experience with multiple vendors' security equipment

Experience working in and/or supporting the energy / utility vertical market with strong understanding of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and North American Electrical Reliability Corporation (NERC) requirements highly preferred

Familiarity in the use of the following or similar systems: AMAG, Software House, Lenel, Pelco CCTV, Object Video, VERINT, and NICE

Outstanding customer facing and communication skills

Strong analytical reasoning, project management and resource loading skills to identify project requirements, guide execution and optimally leverage resources

Excellent planning and organizational skills with a strong process orientation

Strong computer skills including MS Office Suite applications and project and scheduling software

A valid driver's license and strong driving record

Experience dealing with Department of Defense personnel preferred; military experience is a plus

Force protection experience is a plus

The team supports projects all over Southern California, as well as some in Arizona and Nevada. We could also add projects in Northern California in time. You'll spend approximately 30% of your time working directly with clients, visiting project sites and interacting with field teams, but most of your travel will be day travel, with only occasional overnights. You should, however, be flexible if travel increases in the future.