Facilities Engineer/Electrical Engineer

Location: St. Louis, MO
Job Code: 1986
# of Openings: 1


LTS is an acknowledged and award-winning multi-ISO/CMMI Level 3 appraised business focused on delivering first-class solutions to solve our clients’ business and technical challenges in providing quality healthcare and security to our nation.

LTS provides trusted consulting, and solutions in an increasingly complex and growing world. Our deep expertise in technology and analytics helps us serve a broad constituency of clients that range from cabinet-level departments of the U.S. Government to the largest Federal IT contractors in the world.

LTS is a leading information technology (IT) provider for mission critical systems leveraging the latest technologies to deliver cutting edge solutions from small mobile applications to large, complex enterprise applications. Our professionals specialize in multiple disciplines including program management, system integration, system design, system development, cybersecurity, infrastructure and data analytics.

LTS is committed to offering eligible employee’s comprehensive benefits that will provide them with options intended to meet their needs and the needs of their family.

Position Descriptions:

The candidate shall provide senior-level facility electrical engineering expertise through the life cycle of the N2W project program, a mega Military Construction (MILCON) project (planning, programming, design, construction, transition to operations, deployment and operations & maintenance). 


  • Attend meetings, recurring reporting requirements (e.g. Weekly Activity Reports), and forums as needed by the N2W PMO.
  • Perform electrical technical reviews for facility programming, designs, constructability, commissioning, and value engineering to ensure compliance with NGA’s electrical requirements and are within prescribed budget. Reviews shall typically be completed within 2-3 days, but some may require less than a 24-hour turnaround.
  • Participate in sustainability and electrical Focus Groups in support of facility programming studies.
  • Provide electrical engineer services that will assist the government in liaisoning with US Army Corps of Engineers.
  • Assist in the monitoring of progress and facilitate progress and completion of tasks related to electrical engineering. May use government owned UTV’s in completion of tasks.
  • Support the following Sustainability Engineer activities:
  • Ensure N2W’s design incorporates appropriate capabilities and technologies to enable compliance with all Federal regulations regarding energy conservation and environmental protection.
  • Research and present opportunities with organizations such as the Department of Energy and programs like the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) to receive funding related to energy management.
  • Brief N2W PMO and NGA Workforce about Sustainable engineering to help encourage a workforce culture that desires to be energy conscious.
  • Complete an analysis on energy management opportunities.

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Must have demonstrated recent experience (12 years minimum) in the area of Electrical Engineering related to design and construction of complex vertical facilities supporting a high technology mission. 
  • Must also have demonstrated experience in inspecting quality and adherence to specifications of both construction documents (plans, specifications and design analysis) and work in place on large (over $50M) federal construction projects.
  • Must have demonstrated experience with the latest trends and state-of-the-art technologies pertaining to electrical engineering practices in facility design, construction, renovations, space management, construction delivery methods (Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Early Contractor Involvement, etc.) and knowledge management to ensure that major capital development projects meet the owner’s current and future requirements.
  • Current Professional Engineer license (can be issued from any US state).
  • TS/SCI with ability to obtain a CI Poly.


  • Certifications related to energy conservations such as a Certified Commissioning Authority, Certified Energy Manger (CEM) or in Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED), or their military equivalent.
  • Experience in Military Construction (MILCON).

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