- Location: Cedar Rapids
- Salary: Market related
We're seeking a motivated Electrical Engineer for a Control Center role. You'll serve as an engineering liaison between DSO and Transmission Providers for switching events, contributing to grid integration. Candidates with a background in electrical engineering are preferred.
This role includes a blend of remote and in-office work (Cedar Rapids, IA, 2 days/week). Candidates must reside in Iowa.
- Work on structured assignments with supervision.
- Participate in Safe Start training for zero injuries philosophy.
- Identify and solve problems within your scope.
- Apply standard practices and procedures for limited-scope problem-solving.
- Understand technical and cost-effective aspects to develop solutions with budget, schedule, and scope.
- Make low-risk decisions based on technical knowledge with guidance.
- Learn about the business environment.
- Collaborate with union employees, contractors, and business unit customers.
- Develop relationships within the department, with customers, and peers.
- Demonstrate awareness of financials and departmental budgeting.
- Understand purchasing procedures and compliance (e.g., SOX).
- Communicate effectively with vendors, construction, operations, and internal stakeholders.
- Learn to document project activities and outcomes.
- Bachelor's Degree in accredited Engineering program.
- Preferred: Previous technical/professional experience, internship, or co-op in engineering.
- Covered by Department of Transportation drug/alcohol testing regulations.
- Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
- Proficiency in computer software (email, word processing, spreadsheets, project management).
- Comfortable in a diverse and inclusive environment.
- Salary£100k - 120k per year
A leading engineering firm is seeking experienced Electrical Engineers to join their Buildings Market Group in various locations. The firm offers an opportunity to be part of a dynamic and employee-owned company that values growth and career development. This is a full-time position, with potential for a part-time schedule for qualified candidates. The projects will include a diverse range of industries, such as airports, higher education, K-12 education, municipal, healthcare, government, hospitality, and mining. Designing power plans, including receptacle and HVAC connections, power connections for owner equipment, main electrical equipment room layouts, 1-line diagrams, emergency generator, uninterruptible power systems, and panel and equipment schedulesCreating lighting plans, including light fixture layouts, lighting calculations, photometric lighting analysis, and lighting controlsDeveloping systems plans for fire alarm, voice/data, security, paging, and public-address systemsManaging budgets, schedules, and deliverablesLeading business development effortsMentoring and managing a team of junior engineers Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Electrical EngineeringMinimum of 3 years of experience, preferably in the Architectural Engineering industryProficiency in REVIT and AutoCAD is preferred, as well as experience with AGI lighting software, Excel, and Word Salary: $65,000 - $125,000 with a competitive bonus compensation program Benefits: Flexible Work Arrangement ProgramEmployee Stock OwnershipMedical, Dental, and Vision InsuranceHealth Savings Account contributionsPaid Personal & Holiday Leave401K matching contribution
- Salary$0 per year
Job DetailsDescription We've got the power to energize Your career and spark YOUR Work/Life Balance through professional development and exceptional benefits. Don't delay, plug in today for an inclusive meaningful career in power, distribution, transmission, engineering, design, technology, or innovation at Mesa Associates, Inc.Electrical Engineer with an emphasis on power generation. Multi-discipline projects in hydro, gas and fossil power generating facility experience is required. Duke, TVA, Exelon, Dominion or other power industry experience is desired. Desired experience includes low voltage and medium voltage power distribution, motor controls for both low voltage and medium voltage, interfacing industrial processes to DCS and/or PLC systems and the use of power distribution system modeling software (ETAP or similar). Need to be familiar with panel design, and 3D environment.Candidate needs to be a leader, capable of coordinating engineering and design efforts, working within a team, and comfortable being in front of peers and clients leading/conducting meetings. At times job duties will require coordinating with project managers, and client to develop proposal documents and estimates to facilitate bidding on work. Work will mostly center around modifications and upgrades in existing facilities. Experience in relay protection would be a plus.Travel RequiredYes. Occasional one or two day site visits.QualificationsSkillsRequiredElectrical EngineeringIntermediateBehaviorsRequiredTeam Player: Works well as a member of a groupLeader: Inspires teammates to follow themDetail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done wellDedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrityMotivationsRequiredGoal Completion: Inspired to perform well by the completion of tasksFlexibility: Inspired to perform well when granted the ability to set your own schedule and goalsSelf-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside helpEducationRequiredBachelors or better in Engineering.ExperienceRequired4-10 years: 4-10 years of progressive experienceLicenses & CertificationsPreferredProf Engineering (PE)
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The Senior Electrical Engineer (Electrical SME) will be responsible for the electrical engineering scope of solar PV and battery storage projects in late-stage development, construction and operation. Responsibilities include electrical design review, support of project engineers in terms of electrical engineering matters, create technical specifications for owner furnished equipment, standardization of electrical designs and scope of work, electrical test report review, field quality control and field punch list development. The Senior Electrical Engineer (Electrical SME) will join a project execution team and serve as the primary resource to the project engineers for all electrical engineering matters of assigned projects and process improvement tasks. Excellent communication, task management and planning skills are needed, in addition to technical breadth. The successful candidate will have a depth of experience in the design, engineering and analysis of PV and BESS projects ranging from 1 to 500 MW as well as an in-depth understanding of the architectures and components to build such systems. The position can be at one of this company's offices or remote, and may include up to 25% travel to project locations and partner offices. Key Responsibilities Project Execution Provide electrical engineering support to project engineers Electrical engineering design review of PV and/or BESS projects Review of electrical test reports (MV/AC/DC cables, transformers, BOP equipment, etc.) and electrical system studies (Arc-Flash, Short Circuit, Load Flow, Grounding, Ampacity, etc.) Standardize common approach to electrical calculations and reviews Develop a checklist for project engineers to review design sets, specifications, test reports and studies Project Scope of Work and electrical design standards development Create and/or update technical specifications for the procurement of owner supplied equipment such as racking/inverter/BESS/PV module Support utility interconnection scope for DG projects (1MW - 20MW) in execution phase Seek and evaluate proposals for electrical engineering services Support the coordination of engineering consultants to develop project construction drawings and support material Review and comment on electrical design deliverables provided by consultants and contractors for the construction of projects Respond to contractor/consultant RFIs (electrical) Perform QA/QC field inspections and punch list development Perform Job Safety Assessments and Safety Walks to identify job-site hazards Review commissioning reports and analyze system performance Project Development Technical project due diligence and project engineering design review Equipment review and selection Engineering Procurement and Construction contract support Energy production and performance modeling for PV and energy storage systems Assessment of model accuracy including meteorological assessment and P-50/P-90 analysis Engineering Support Design optimization to maximize reliability, safety, and reduce cost Review recent technology and companies for inclusion on the Approved Vendor List Collaborate with Asset Management team to troubleshoot existing systems or develop repair and remediation plans Growth and Leadership Improve and develop processes for the execution of safe, quality and high-performance projects Mentor and educate team on changing trends in technology, best practices and safety Review the work of project engineers and provide constructive feedback for improvement, and mentorship Participate in growth planning process by contributing to process improvement task forces and other strategic planning activities Skills and Qualifications Primary Qualifications Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent technical field 7+ years professional experience in solar PV system design, development, and construction 3+ years professional experience with energy storage systems design Proficiency in PV system design, including 1-line and 3-line diagram conventions, NEC conductor sizing, overcurrent protection sizing, utility disconnecting means requirements, equipment selection, grounding methodologies and arc flash analysis Experience with medium voltage and high voltage interconnection design Comfort with NEC code, as well as related codes such as NESC, IBC, NFPA 855 and NFPA 70E Ability to work in a team environment Proficient with MS Office Suite "Plus" Qualifications Graduate degree in Engineering PE license PMP Certification NABCEP PV Installation Professional certification Experience with PVSyst, ETAP, SKM, PSS/E, PSLF, PSCAD and other advanced modeling tools Substation/HV design experience Spanish language skills OSHA 10-hr or comparable job-site safety certification
- Salary$55 - 65 per hour
Essential Functions: Design electrical infrastructure for photovoltaic systems, incorporating electrical engineering knowledge, solar photovoltaic system design principles, and industry best practices.Develop construction documents based on customer requirements, engineering decision-making, and compliance with NEC and CEC codes.Address comments from the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) during the permit review process, following company SOPs, to facilitate timely issuance of building permits.Conduct technical reviews of system components and ancillary devices to ensure compliance with design specifications.Provide prompt responses to Requests for Information (RFI) from field installation personnel, in accordance with company SOPs.Review testing data from internal field personnel and third-party testing agencies to ensure product quality.Provide engineering guidance and internal training to the company upon request.Support other departments with electrical questions and problem-solving throughout the construction process.Perform other assigned duties as required. Knowledge, Skills, and Experience: Required: Strong verbal and written communication skills in English.Ability to multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously.1-3 years of design or engineering experience related to renewable energy.Proficiency in AutoCAD.Proficient in MS Office.Knowledge of photovoltaic systems, NEC requirements, and construction practices.Effective prioritization and task execution in a high-pressure environment.Willingness to learn and apply new technologies.Valid driver's license.Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering. Preferred: Proficiency in PVSyst.Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related discipline.EIT Certification.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationCounty Kildare
The main duties and responsibilities of the role will include the following: Provide professional, cost effective and value adding electrical engineering services within Renewable Energy Business Units. The candidate should possess a strong knowledge of renewable energy and practical experience of managing connections to the Irish transmission system, and be well-versed in current Irish grid connection policy and regulation;Lead the delivery of project electrical engineering works and services. Manage the interaction with ESB Networks, Eirgrid, electrical & civil contractors, and other contractors and project stakeholders. Actively attend and participate in team meetings, site meetings and design meetings, to ensure projects are delivered on-time, on-budget and in line with statutory Health and Safety requirements. Lead and co-ordinate project energisations and construction related grid outages and manage grid code compliance testing associated with any new HV installation required to demonstrate compliance under the terms of its connection agreement;Lead engineering and optioneering processes of potential grid connection solutions for Renewable Energy projects. Prepare and procure analysis of the Irish Transmission system to identify the most feasible commercial grid connection options for live projects. Identify and apply Grid Code requirements to grid connection solutions, disseminate changes to Grid Code and connection policy to Renewable Energy Projects;Review and / or prepare technical project, tender and contract documentation to monitor, control and reduce cost. Monitor and analyse all elements of design, manufacture, processing, construction, operation, and maintenance to ensure delivery of current project requirements, including meeting obligations under any associated grid connection agreements. Identify and co-ordinate all stakeholders throughout project and service delivery to ensure that project and service key performance indicators are achieved. Enable sufficient, timely and appropriate information exchange between all stakeholders throughout project / service development and delivery to ensure that deliverables and KPI's are understood and any risks or opportunities are monitored and reviewed to achieve the best project / service results. Monitor against the project plan and take remedial action to recover project overruns to ensure cost effective professional engineering services are delivered;All employees are expected to co-operate fully with all provisions taken by the company for ensuring Health, Safety and Welfare of themselves, fellow employees, and members of the public. Identify, understand, and apply all Health & Safety legislation and regulatory requirements as a fundamental element of any construction design or undertaking ensuring safety of employees and members of the public during construction, testing, commissioning and operation;Proactively participate in the Performance Management process to ensure delivery of own, and the wider team's, objectives. The ideal candidate will possess the following qualification, skills, knowledge and attributes: Hons Degree (Lvl 8 FETAC) in Electrical Engineering essential; Post-Graduate (Lvl 9 FETAC) qualification in a relevant discipline would be an advantage for this role;7 years’ experience managing the grid connection process for transmission connected projects in the generator or utility sector; Significant technical experience of HV electrical design and consenting of 110/220/400 kV infrastructure, HV cable (≥ 110 kV) experience, verifying / approving third party design, contract Management, financial /cost management and project management required;Excellent technical report writing and communications skills essential; Proficient in AutoCAD and PSSE or other similar electrical design software would be an advantage
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My client are a full-service, utility scale, solar and storage developer bringing projects from origination through development. The company has a portfolio of projects in late-stage development totalling 6GW solar and 3GW storage across three key markets of the UK, Australia, and Ireland. As of 2022, they agreed to sell the UK’s largest solar PV transaction to date consisting of a portfolio of 12 projects with a combined capacity of 519MW of projects including 70MW of collocated energy storage capacity to Scottish Power Renewables (UK) Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of global utility Iberdrola Group. Responsibilities: Establish and lead a team of electrical design engineers to design and deliver efficient connections for the clients portfolio of solar and storage assets.Undertake primary and secondary electrical design for 33 kV and 132 kV solar and storage connections across the UK. Engage closely with DNO’s to ensure timely approval of contestable designs in accordance with each DNO’s functional specifications.Lead the partial and full NERS accreditation processes to obtain ICP status for electrical design. Lead the establishment and development of the necessary tools and templates required to efficiently undertake ICP designs to a standard acceptable by DNOs.Co-ordinate the implementation of a best practice management system for undertaking electrical designs in compliance with the NERS standard. Manage the engagement of specialist consultants to establish the necessary policies and procedures as well as external NERS auditors to achieve and maintain accreditation.Apply your electrical engineering knowledge to undertake primary and secondary electrical designs for contestable grid connections for solar and storage using industry standard software programmes (AUTOCAD, CDEGS, PowerFactory, ETAP etc.), automating time consuming processes where possible.Provide engineering support to the project development team to ensure efficient and cost-effective grid connection strategies are pursued for solar and storage projects.Develop and foster close working relationships with DNO’s to collaborate and negotiate on grid connection options, costs, and timelines and achieve successful outcomes in contestable design review processes.Manage a database of grid connection costs for primary, secondary, and auxiliary electrical equipment associated with the connection of solar and storage projects to assist in financial modelling for prospective projects.Support the delivery of the project pipeline to energisation by providing electrical engineering guidance throughout the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning phases. Requirements: Degree in electrical engineering or similar.Technical understanding of the primary and electoral design and of high voltage grid connections for generation connections.Proven track record in undertaking ICP designs in the UK (5+ years).Proficient in electrical design software packages (AUTOCAD, PowerFactory etc.)Knowledge of the technical characteristics of utility scale solar PV and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) is desirable.Ability to communicate with DNOs to achieve positive project outcomes.Excellent inter-disciplinary communication and presentation skills.Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively.Strong focus on Health, Safety & Environment.Chartered/Incorporated status is desirable. This is a hybrid role. Attendance at the London office will be required 3 days minimum per week and occasional travel to the main hub office in Dublin is expected.
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Key Responsibilities: To be the technical lead on HV projects; providing engineering solutions for all aspects of grid connection and customer side installations, from conception through detailed design to construction, energisation and handover. The role includes directly undertaking and/or managing sub-consultants performing the following: Preparing primary substation design layoutsBusbar system calculations, thermal & mechanical loadingSecondary design including preparation of control & protection schematicsAuxiliary AC & DC system sizing and specificationProtection coordination studiesLightning protection, protective shielding, earthing designWitness of factory & site acceptance testingInterface engineering with TSO/DSOSpecification and procurement of major items of electrical plantDesign review of work undertaken by other engineers on the team The role will also include: Engineering elements are delivered on time and within budgetEnsuring health and safety considerations and regulations are considered and incorporated at all stages The mentoring and development of more junior staff Qualifications, Skills, and Experience: A primary degree in Electrical Engineering is not a pre-requisite but is desirable.3 years similar experience is desirable.Previous experience with MV/HV design, HV substation and underground cable design is desirable.Previous experience with grid connections / renewable energy / airfield works is an advantage.Strong IT skills with Microsoft Office packages, including diagnostic skills, and familiarity with Auto-CAD and ePlan P8 or similar is preferred.
- Salary$115k - 140k per year
- LocationSan Francisco
We are currently seeking an experienced Electrical and Controls Engineer to join our growing civil and environmental engineering firm. The Electrical and Controls Engineer will be an essential member of our Water/Wastewater team, reporting directly to the Principal in Charge. This position will involve developing, reviewing, and consulting on system control architecture, process instrumentation and controls, control narratives, and electrical and controls integration for treatment processes. We are looking for a candidate who possesses a strong professional skill set, can collaborate effectively within a multidisciplinary team, work independently, and provide clear, evidence-based solutions.Minimum Skills: At least 10 years of professional experienceBachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related fieldAbility to design and oversee the start-up and commissioning of process control equipment/systemsProficiency in creating process and instrumentation diagrams, control narratives, and points listsExperience in developing operations and maintenance manualsFamiliarity with PLC wiring and programmingKnowledge of 4-20mA analog loops and electrical schematicsBasic understanding of NEC standardsCompetence in instrument calibration and programmingBasic networking skills and knowledge of virtualized systems and serversProficiency in Windows Operating Systems and associated software packages Preferred Skills: Previous experience in a consulting environmentFamiliarity with SCADA/HMI programming platforms such as iFix, Wonderware, Factory Talk Ignition, and RedLionUnderstanding of IEC 61131-3 languagesKnowledge of telemetry systems utilizing UHF, VHF, ISM 900, and IEC 802.11xxRelevant certifications in security and control systemsBackground in object-oriented programming languages like Python and C++ Expected Outcomes: Development of new system control architectures and site infrastructurePreparation, review, and consultation on process and instrumentation drawings, control narratives, process specifications, monitoring instrument and pump selections, and electrical site plansReviewing RFIs and Submittals related to control systemsUpgrades, retrofits, and repairs of existing control systemsConsultation on electrical power budgets and power distribution infrastructure plansField programming of monitoring instrumentsDesign, setup, and configuration of data communication networksTroubleshooting and debugging of system issues We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for professional growth and advancement. If you are an experienced Electrical and Controls Engineer looking for an exciting opportunity to contribute to challenging projects, we encourage you to apply.
- Salary$0 per year
- LocationBasking Ridge
Summary The Senior Electrical Engineer I&C will provide Instrumentation and Controls (I&C) and Electrical engineering supports to proposal and contract project operation across Boiler, Selective Catalytic Reduction System (SCR), Air Quality Control Systems (AQCS), Wastewater Spray Dryer (WSD), Flue Gas Desulfurization Systems (FGD), Turbine and After Market Service areas. These include generating documents and/or furnishing consultation in engineering calculations and analysis. I & C equipment specifications, technical evaluation, analog and digital control logic diagrams, combustion control system (CCS) & burner management system (BMS) philosophy, process control and alarm set?point list, analytical instruments, loop diagrams, Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID), process flow diagrams (PFDs) review, Instrument List, IO List, and ISA format Data Sheets, etc. Electrical equipment specifications, technical evaluation, cable block diagrams, electrical control schematics, interconnection wiring diagrams, one-line diagrams, electrical load list, electrical area classification, and P&IDs & PFDs review. Excellent understanding and knowledge of I&C / Electrical Engineering for power plant environment. Must have a thorough understanding of Codes and Standards related to Power Plant design and installation. Essential Duties & ResponsibilitiesEssential duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: Develops major Instrumentation and Controls engineering specifications, bid evaluations, and vendor document/drawing reviews for equipment (i.e., Distributed Control System (DCS), Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), CEMS/NOx Monitoring System, Analyzers, Vibration Monitoring System, Fabric Filter Cleaning Control System, Transmitters, Thermocouples, Control Valves, etc.Prepares and reviews engineering calculations, P&IDs, control system narratives and control system architecture, operator interface layout, instrument connection and installation details, location drawings and technical specificationsGenerates DCS Graphic drawings and control logic diagram using SAMA/ISA format for BMS/CCS controls for Boiler and Burners, AQCS, SCR, WSD, FGD, etc. Develops major electrical engineering specifications, bid evaluations, and vendor drawings reviews for equipment (i.e. Medium & Low Voltage Motors (per NEMA MG1), Power Transformers, Switchgear, Motor Control Centers, UPS and VFD Systems, and Pre?Engineered Power Distribution Centers (PDC), and Equipment Layout. etc.Prepares and reviews engineering calculations, one?line diagrams, schematics, block diagrams, wiring diagrams, load list, hazardous area classification (per NFPA 496 & 497), cable schedules, cable tray routings, lighting layouts, panel schedules, grounding layouts, heat tracing, lightning protection layouts, and other electrical layout drawings and specifications as requiredEnsures that I&C / Electrical design & engineering deliverables are delivered per contract specifications, and within budget and schedule as lead engineer, if assignedReviews I&C / Electrical related documents to mechanical, electrical and process equipment technical specifications and vendor drawings of equipment manufacturers or subcontractor’s and prepares comments and recommendationsCoordinates all I&C / Electrical engineering interfaces with other discipline and client as lead engineer, if assignedPrepares I&C / Electrical engineering work plans/progress report and monitor man?hours as lead engineerEnsures work products meet all applicable local and industry codes, standards and regulatory guides specifically NFPA, NEMA, ASME, ISA, etc.Able to review and understand DCS and PLC configuration drawingsAble to support and execute multiple proposal and contract as project discipline engineer with minimum supervisionPerforms I&C / Electrical related equipment inspection FAT Conducts field survey as deemed required Other Duties & Responsibilities Provide supports in developing I&C / Electrical engineering standards and practicesPossess excellent analytical, decision making, planning and organization skillsMust possess excellent leadership skills with the ability to lead others, provide coaching, development and mentoring of subordinatesAbility to travel both within the USA and to other countries, as deemed necessaryFoster a teamwork environmentCommunicate effectively with all levels of employeesAbility to work independently and with othersContinuously seek ways to improve processes to reduce man?hoursOrganize, maintain and control the status of electrical documents & drawings in PWMaintain the highest degree of honesty and integrity at all times Knowledge, Skills, & EducationTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience: Must have a Bachelor's degree (BA) in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering from a four?year accredited college or university. Candidate shall have a minimum fifteen (15) years’ experience in Instrumentation & Controls / Electrical engineering and design. Post?graduate education is desirable and will be credited as working experience. Excellent understanding and knowledge of industry codes and standards (ANSI/ISA?5.1, NFPA/NEC, IEEE, NEMA) as they relate to the Power Plant. Candidate shall have strong leadership, communication and presentation skills.Language Skills: Candidate must be fluent in English. Strong verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills. Must be able to interact and communicate well with individuals in all areas of the company.Mathematical Skills: Candidate must possess the necessary mathematical skills required to perform the work and responsibilities described herein.Reasoning Ability: Ability to exercise good judgment and make sound engineering decisions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or schematic form. Computer Skills: Candidate must literate in using common MS Office software including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Access. Knowledge of graphics, technical diagrams, flow charts, etc.
- Salary$0 per year
Electrical Engineer with an emphasis on generation station protective relaying. Position will be responsible for the design and engineering for generation station relay replacements/retrofits and new installations. Must be eligible to get PE licensed.Desired experience includes: Proficiency in relay settings and calculations for generator, transformer, motor, feeder, and bus protection schemes with a focus on SEL, Beckwith and GE relays.Familiar with SEL, Beckwith and GE relay manufacturer softwareDesigning and reviewing drawings, including one-line diagrams, AC/DC schematics and wiring diagrams.Perform protective device coordination from 480V to 500kV relaysPerform NERC PRC evaluations and reviews (E.g., PRC-025, PRC-019)ETAP/SKM or other system analysis software knowledge.Field Testing and Commissioning is a plus (Relay testing, function trip path testing, troubleshooting, etc.)Writing test and checkout procedures.Specifying equipment such as protective relays, test switches, aux relays, CT/PTs, etc.Familiar with IEEE standards Travel RequiredYes. One or two day site visits. Occasionally provide commissioning support.QualificationsSkillsRequiredElectrical EngineerAdvancedBehaviorsRequiredDetail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done wellTeam Player: Works well as a member of a groupDedicated: Devoted to a task or purpose with loyalty or integrityLeader: Inspires teammates to follow themMotivationsRequiredGoal Completion: Inspired to perform well by the completion of tasksSelf-Starter: Inspired to perform without outside helpPreferredFlexibility: Inspired to perform well when granted the ability to set your own schedule and goalsEducationRequiredBachelors or better in Electrical Engineering.ExperienceRequired5 years: 5 + years of progressive experience as a protection engineerLicenses & CertificationsPreferredProf Engineering (PE)
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Duration: 12 monthsLocation: Providence, RI (In office with some travel)Job Summary/DescriptionThe Engineering position provides engineering expertise and technical support for capital projects and operations for overhead and underground electric transmission system. The Engineer is responsible for supporting emergency events, final acceptance of new equipment installed on the transmission system, asset condition assessments, capacity needs/system stability analysis for other departments, and inspection & maintenance plan development and implementation.Job Duties Travel domestically and internationally to cable manufacturers for quality assurance visits.Provide technical support during construction procurement events.Provide technical support and equipment acceptance review during the construction phase of the project cycle.Respond to underground cable emergency events including initial response instructions per system operation manuals, fault/damage detection, material procurement, and restoration oversight.Provide technical support to internal and external departments for the application, operation, and maintenance of the electric transmission and distribution system. Provide input to the five-year work plan and ten-year Strategic Asset Management Plan for future projects.Provide input to develop long-range inspection and maintenance plans, asset replacement policies, strategies, and programs.Manage internal and external resources performing cyclical inspection and maintenance programs.Review transmission line inspection results and work with transmission asset strategy to prioritize assets to be repaired/replaced.Create a list of emergency materials and work with inventory management to implement a strategy to maintain required stocking levels. Required Skills1.Bachelor's degree in engineering or engineering technology from a college or university program accredited by ABET or recognized by ABET as substantially equivalent. (Discipline required will vary by the specific job requirements.)2. Professional Engineer registered in applicable state.3. Experience in the energy industry.4. Knowledge of 3-phase AC systems.5. Knowledge of the overhead and underground electric systems and practices, relevant utility industry practices, standards and legislation, and of current trends within the industry and developments in legislation or regulation.6. Ability to accurately communicate with field operation crews during OH or UG failures and guide them through troubleshooting either over the phone or on-site.7. Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.8. Strong analytical skills; must be able to provide timely and accurate interpretation of analyses.9. Ability to communicate tactfully and effectively, both orally and in writing, and must be able to present information in a clear and concise manner to large groups, senior management, regulators; internal customers and external contacts.10. Ability to work outside of normal working hours or work off-hours including nights/weekends/holidays as necessary.11. Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering preferred.
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Duration: 12 monthsLocation: Providence, RI (in office)Job DescriptionAs a Substation Engineer, you will lead a multidisciplinary team to deliver solutions for substation capital projects of varying complexities and provide substation electrical equipment technical expertise/support to our operations and construction departments.Job Duties- Lead multidisciplinary project teams to complete preliminary and final engineering and design for transmission and distribution class substations up to and including 345kV.- Support the field during Equipment Failures.- Lead Teams and Communicate with management during emergency situations.- Develop and track schedules for engineering milestones.- Conduct team meetings, coordinate site visits and site investigations and facilitate drawing reviews to deliver a detailed scope and design package.- Perform engineering calculations and studies as necessary to support project scope.- Prepare Technical Specifications and work with Procurement to order equipment. - Prepare comprehensive written and oral reports of technical problems, investigative findings, and engineering recommendations.- Support Project Manager, Procurement, Estimating and Construction Management Processes.- Coordinate with design consultants and interface with internal design staff.- Review drawings associated with projects, including manufacturers' equipment.- Manage consultants' work, ensuring compliance and technical adequacy against approved standards.- Support construction and project Initiation and closeout activities, including document control.- Engineer and support ISO compliant wholesale revenue meter points. This includes producing the annual testing and inventory report for the ISO. - Supports bi-directional metering at large customers and points of interconnection with neighboring utilities.- Works with vendors to plan, install, and operate communications over a multitude of mediums including, but not limited to fiber, copper, radio, and leased line.- Will work with ADMS team to integrate aggregated data into EMS.- Supports Cyber access to substation assets.- Support operations personnel to troubleshoot problems related to substation control, telecommunications, metering and/or instrumentation systems.Required Skills1. Experience in the energy industry.2. Familiarity with common utility communication methods and protocols such as serial RS232/485, Distributed 5. Network Protocol (DNP3) and Internet Protocol (IP).3. Ability to read electrical schematics and a working knowledge of the devices represented on typical utility substation schematics.4. Knowledge of 3-phase AC systems, and utility DC systems.5. Experience with substation automation, SCADA, metering, and control.6. Ability to read electrical schematics and a working knowledge of the devices represented on typical utility substation schematics.7. Familiarity with substation testing, commissioning, and maintenance techniques.8. Knowledge of common substation equipment including Transformers, Breakers, Switches, Reclosers, and Metal Clad Switchgear9. Experience completing electrical calculations such as AC/DC station service sizing, AC/DC voltage drop and conduit fill.10. Knowledge of lightning and ground grid studies.