Graduate Engineers are given the opportunity to rotate through the various departments which make up Dashiell and Dacon. Rotation includes the following opportunities:
Development of specifications, bills of materials, and scope documents for turn-key and engineering-only projects. Conceptual design, detail design (protection/controls, physical, structural), electrical and structural calculations, and protective relaying coordination.
Testing, commissioning, and start-up of high-voltage and medium-voltage apparatus, substations, and associated protective relaying systems.
Construction management, procurement/expediting of materials, management of subcontracts, progress reporting, safety coordination, and QA/QC for Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects.
Installation of high-voltage substations, switchyards, and distribution systems. Estimating, management of resources, scheduling, and QA/QC of construction projects.
Project development, project estimating, interface with key clients to develop project scopes, project proposals, and project controls.
Rotations generally last 18 to 24 months and give Graduate Engineers a unique 360? perspective into today’s booming power industry. The hands-on field experience combined with detail engineering, project management and sales experience provides individuals invaluable exposure to high-voltage projects. Our Graduate Engineers are equipped with the tools they need to succeed and lead in the industry.