28 March 2023

Xylem hiring Senior Electrical Engineer


About the job


  • Participate in M&C (Monitoring and Controls) product development: preparation of design, specifications, analysis and recommendations for development of new products.
  • Preparation of electrical control schematic drawing for water and waste water application ( Boosters control panels, submersible pump control panels, HVAC control panels )
  • Evaluate designs of control panels and Motor Control Centers (MCCs) for performance, cost effectiveness, and ease of production.
  • Prepare design schematics including single line electrical, PLC I/O, analog circuits, and related.
  • Perform calculations including wire sizing, power requirements, circuit protective device sizing, etc.
  • Apply National Electric Code and Underwriters Laboratory requirements.

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  • BOQ ,part number and discerption preparation from electrical schematic.
  • Cost estimation for new and engineered to order control panels
  • Preparation of compliance statement for control and automation
  • Submittal preparation up on request for control panels.
  • Support Sales and sales support on electrical / control panel related queries.
  • Remotely support customers/ assembly teams on installation /start-up
  • Preparation of FAT and SAT protocols
  • Support and resolve product field issues
  • Ability to study of tender documents and extract scope of work for projects.
  • Ability to understand P&ID.
  • Work closely with global engineers, product and project managers to develop products and to develop test procedures and test cases for final validation.
  • Estimating task execution time and ensuring on-time delivery of work with quality.
  • Keep well informed of new features and products/services. Be proactive in understanding product/service roadmaps and the implications of new features with peer engineers or self-training.

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