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Electrical Site Manager

MCS is seeking an experienced Site Manager, Electrical. The Site Manager provides expert level leadership in project management and relationship skills leading integrated design teams and their interactions with MCS customers. The successful Site Manager consistently demonstrates a "customer first" approach to developing and maintaining critical relationships with and exceeding customer expectations. This individual works equally well as an individual contributor and as a leader of a highly specialized team.

  • Manages high-profile projects applying technical and site management expertise while leading cross-functional resources to meet project requirements within established timeframes and budgets.
  • Provides client consultation; drawing on the professional expertise and broad knowledge of Sparling's menu of services.
  • Leads the development and delivery of client presentations.
  • Applies industry and site management expertise while leading cross-functional resources to meet site requirements within established timeframes and budgets.
  • Develops and delivers client presentations, reports, and deliverables.
  • Collaborates with A/E/C project teams as requested to differentiate Sparling and add technical value from the client perspective.
  • Listens and responds promptly to client questions and concerns, building client confidence and resolving problems quickly and efficiently.
  • Participates actively in Quality Assurance and Control procedures throughout the consulting engagement.
  • Maintains current knowledge of technologies and trends, as they apply to the relevant project and market types, and continually strengthen skills.


Ideal candidates will have:

  • Proven ability to manage complex projects and teams to budget and schedule, while meeting key stakeholder critical success factors.
  • Proactive, professional, timely, and detail-oriented approach to managing project schedules, design staff, and deliverables to exceed client expectations.
  • Ability to demonstrate a credible and trustworthy presence through professionalism, demeanor, and broad technical knowledge.
  • Strong knowledge of applicable codes and standards.
  • Extensive understanding and knowledge of power distribution, power monitoring, fire alarm, lighting, and controls for the built environment.
  • Working knowledge of voice/data systems, low voltage systems for the built environment, IT/telecommunications, wireless systems, electronic security systems.
  • Strong knowledge of healthcare, higher education, military, and life science communities including architects, engineers, contractors, and facilities, both stakeholders and key decision-makers.
  • Strong client communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to apply logic, reasoning, and organizational skills to structure concepts and ideas into, projects.
  • Bachelors' degree in Electrical Engineering or related field plus minimum of six years related



  •  Professional certifications, registrations, and credentials relevant to MCS's practice areas and markets.
  •  Deep understanding of data center design.
  •  Thorough understanding of healthcare design.
  •  Experience in the construction industry and in-depth knowledge of construction processes.
  •  Understanding of sustainable design practices.


  • 7+years experience as a Site Manager or Site Superintendent experience and demonstrate an ability to successfully manage large multi-million dollar projects such as high rises, high-density commercial Hotels, and large Garden style apartment complexes.
  • Able to work in close collaboration with esteemed customers, maintain and enhance strong, long-term customer relationships.
  • Able to work in a professional work environment and show strong business acumen.
  • Must have managed a project valued at more than 1 million electrical work.
  • Strong communication and leadership skills required
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills




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