Job details

Location
Madison
Salary
Market related
Job Type
Permanent
Ref
245134
Posted
etwa 8 Stunden her

We are currently seeking a self-motivated and passionate Electrical Engineer to join our team. In this role, you will serve as the engineering support for our Distribution System Operations (DSO) department, contributing to the growth of this exciting engineering field. We are in search of candidates ready to take on influential roles within our team. Ideal candidates will have a background in electrical engineering.

This is a hybrid-remote position, reporting to either our Cedar Rapids, IA or Madison, WI office. Candidates must be residents of Iowa or Wisconsin.

What You Will Do:

  • Collaborate with engineering and operations teams to plan, implement, and support distribution grid programs, projects, and initiatives using various platforms, including:

    • SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)
    • ADMS (Advanced Distribution Management System)
    • OMS (Outage Management System)
    • DERMS (Distributed Energy Resources Management System)
    • FLISR (Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration)
    • VVO/VVC (Volt-VAR Optimization and Volt-VAR Control)
  • Work with internal and external stakeholders to develop recommendations for enhancing operating tools, situational awareness, and overall distribution system performance and reliability.

  • Collaborate with field operations, engineering, IT, and transmission partners to provide long-term grid operations support, including electric and gas distribution system strategy, analysis, implementation, operation, and maintenance of complex technology systems.

  • Maintain the data necessary for ADMS, DERMS, and other power system platforms. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to rectify errors between systems and provide feedback on recurring issues for new project analysis and scoping.

  • Develop an understanding of customer needs and expectations and propose solutions for moderately complex issues. Participate in identifying and solving problems within the assigned area of responsibility with guidance from a supervisor.

  • Apply governmental and organizational engineering standards, interpret policies, and exercise discretion and judgment in resolving moderately complex problems.

  • Demonstrate critical thinking and communication skills necessary for developing recommendations that offer technically sound and cost-effective solutions to specific problems.

Education Requirements:

  • A Bachelor's Degree in an engineering program accredited through the Engineering Accreditation Commission is required. A Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree is preferred.

Required Experience:

  • 2+ years of related engineering experience.