- Location: Nantes
- Salary: Market related
Are you passionate about driving excellence in renewable energy performance? Do you have a strong background in mechanical engineering and a keen interest in offshore wind technology? If so, we invite you to join our dynamic team as a Mechanical Fleet Performance Engineer.
Role Summary: The Mechanical Fleet performance engineer will provide engineering support to the technicians on the site for the resolution of technical issues which affect the reliable operation of the Offshore wind turbine fleet.
- The mechanical fleet Performance engineer will work closely with the site teams, the Product Service engineers and the Engineering team to find out solutions to the technical/operational issues of Wind Turbine Generators.
- She/he will be the preferred contact point for any technical issues, or any questions raised by site technicians.
- She/he will support the site team at the end of wind turbine commissioning, to prepare the punch list in the context of the handover between Project execution and Services.
- She/he will contribute to the validation of the Logout/tag-out procedures and maintenance work instructions prepared by the O&M documentation team.
Position Type: Contract (12+ Months)
Location: Nantes, France - Office Based
Schedule of Work: Mon-Fri 8hrs per Day
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Phone: +44 02072689259
- 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.
- 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$52 - 67 per hour
- LocationBorough of Portland
Qualifications (IE SAP Experience, Excel Knowledge, Any Certifications, Years of Experience in Certain Fields): Rockwell Automation Products (Studio5000, FactoryTalk View SE/ME, ThinManager), Virtual Machines, OT Network familiarityThe Controls Engineer will be responsible to apply engineering principles independently to all aspects of design, programming, and troubleshooting of automated industrial control systems.The Engineer will have deep and broad competency in process automation of chemical plants using PLC and SCADA systems.Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Capable of developing, implementing and supporting plant control system hardware, software and field instrumentation in an efficient and safe manner.Effective at troubleshooting control system hardware and software and implementing corrective actions independently.Actively participates in Design Reviews and PHAs as a team member or leaderPLC, DCS and SCADA control system configuration and programmingWorking with highly hazardous chemicals at a manufacturing facilityAssisting with design documentation upkeep (e.g. PFDs, PIDs, equipment and instrument specification sheet, process package, MOC, interlock matrix, functional design specification) for both new and existing facilities while following department standardsCapable of assisting with loop tests, and interlock tests performed for new processes and for yearly ISO testing for calibration and interlock checksDeep understanding of electrical distribution and power loading in industrial control systemsComplete all assigned tasksRequired -Bachelor's degree in chemical, mechanical, or electrical engineering,or equivalentAt least 5 years of relevant experience, including programming PLC/DCS for chemical plant design and operation as well as process data collection and distribution for wider corporate useKnowledge and experience of instrument engineeringCandidate should have knowledge of applicable codes and standards for process control hardware and software (e.g. UL listing, NEC, etc.) as applied to hazardous materials handling and manufactureExperience with Allen-Bradley ControlLogix hardware and softwareExperience with FactoryTalk View ME/SEAbility to develop and interpret electrical schematicsExperience with developing and deploying ethernet based industrial networksPreferred -Experience with Siemens automation systems hardware and softwareExperience with Siemens PCS-7Experience in a rapid-growth environmentTrained in standard procedures for safe gas and chemical handlingChemical plant operation experience strongly preferredStrong organizational and planning skills with the ability to multi-taskTeam player with leadership abilities.Self-starter with the ability to perform well under pressure and continuously changing prioritiesProblem solving and decision making skillsExcellent verbal and written communication skills
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationCalifornia City
This company develops, invests, and delivers solar photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage systems (BESS) projects through Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) services in North America.The company brings a decade of global leadership in solar PV to deliver utility-scale power generation plants customized for local and regional energy markets. This company offers the full spectrum of PV solutions - from the core technology of cells and modules to large-scale project development and investment. With proven capabilities across the solar and battery storage value chain, minimizes uncertainty and risk and helps customers achieve a higher return on their investment in renewable energy.SUMMARY The Director of Engineering is responsible for leading the technical development, implementation, and engineering execution of various renewable projects within the EPC team (especially PV & BESS), and is responsible for both the management and development of overall engineering team. This position reports to the VP of Engineering or another senior management personnel that the VP of Engineering may designate. This position is open to fully remote candidates or candidates located in Irvine, CA. Working hours are Monday through Friday, from 8:00am to 5:00pm or 9:00am to 6:00pm. This position may be expected to travel at least 25%.RESPONSIBILITIES Lead all stages of project design and engineering, including conceptual and advanced system design, observing regulatory codes, customer requirements, balance of systems, site visits, permitting and technical support during construction phase; In collaboration with other team members, contribute to the completeness to design and deliver PV, BESS, and other renewable projects; Lead the technical tasks in preparation of proposals, projects, and the review of potential project/supplier acquisition opportunities; Report on the planning and technical design, and present it to the Vice President of Engineering; Work in a team to develop and improve the system standards; Work closely with the team to define company processes and metrics, and plan and allocate resources across existing programs to ensure strategic alignment and needed technical trainings; Build a quality culture of continuous improvement that enhances company efficiency and engineering quality; Drive a safety culture that embraces both a "Responsibility to act" and "Show by Example" approach; Supervising compliance with company - project specific standards; Supervising compliance with the requirements of the company's quality management system; Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS A degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or another related engineering science, with the working knowledge within several fields of engineering; Minimum of 10 years of professional engineering experience in the Solar / BESS industry; Minimum of 5 years of management experience leading a team; Extensive technical experiences on photovoltaic and energy storage projects; Experience with photovoltaic performance modeling tools (preferably PVSyst); Knowledge of PV/BESS/etc. plant design and optimization; Knowledge of the National Electric Code and various Standard Industry Codes; Willingness to travel, at least 25% of the time; Ability to motivate and develop others; Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- SalaryMarket related
My client is currently resourcing for an experienced Grid Delivery Engineer who will be responsible for the management and design of grid connection assets for the clients pipeline of solar and storage projects. They will work as part of a leading independent solar and storage development platform in the UK & Ireland, delivering solar and storage projects from origination through the development process. Duties and Responsibilities Support the delivery of Elgin Energy’s project pipeline to energisation by providing electrical engineering guidance and management throughout the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning phases.Report to senior management on progress of all grid connection construction activities across the portfolio.Review, in conjunction with the wider team, contractor designs, processes and commercial proposals.Provide technical advice to the senior management team to ensure all grid connection factors during the build process are appropriately considered and risk assessed and that the most efficient, cost effective and safe proposals are pursued in line with company requirementsProactively identify and solve problems as they arise, taking preventative measures to avoid risks to the project schedule and budget. Manage and report on deviations from project schedules, budgets or scope.Support project construction and commissioning activities by co-ordinating and witnessing testing activities, analysing plant performance, and working pro-actively with Network Operators to resolve issues.Co-ordinate with the Construction Lead to ensure safe, efficient and cost effective delivery of the grid connection elements of the pipeline and to progressively establish sound CDM standards, systems and procedures for construction activities.Review all relevant documentation and provide input at the concept design, detailed design and construction phases to ensure successful project delivery while also maintaining compliance with Construction, Health & Safety and Grid Code standards and requirements. Skills and Knowledge Competent and experienced in the design and delivery of grid connection aspects of renewable energy projects.Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively.Strong time management, organisational and report writing skills.Commercially astute and process drivenGood decision-making capability, negotiating skills and engineering judgementStrong technical knowledge of electricity grid planning/operations and the UK/IRL Grid Codes.Knowledge of the AC and DC electrical design of solar PV plants, energy storage and grid connection methodologies.Knowledge of HV electrical equipment, control systems, SCADA, protection, and metering.Knowledge of the DNO/ICP process for embedded generator connections in the UK/IRL. Experience Required Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Mechanical/Electrical/Energy Engineering or related discipline.4+ years’ experience working in renewable energy, with knowledge and experience in the grid connection process and delivery of grid connection assets.Proven track record of site experience in the construction of the grid connection elements of renewable energy projects.Evidence of working successfully on multiple projects to demanding deadlines.Valid driver's license for UK & Ireland. Location Dublin, ROI. Travel in Ireland and the UK will be required.
- Salary£72k - 78k per year
Offshore Wind technical manager Spencer Ogden is looking for a highly motivated and skilful professional to strengthen its client's offshore wind project development team in Korea.Role description:· Manage the technical issues and communicate with the technical team , e.g. management of all technical functions and work; focal point for technical discussions and its commercial impact; resource planning· Responsibility for definition, optimization and integration of the project design with due regard to the project commercial drivers, schedule and budget;· Manage the engineering input into the Project Description, Pre-FEED, permits and statutory consents during the project development phase· Deliver the project design basis at appropriate stages through the project· Promote a consistent and inherently safe design, and ensure that design safety risks are demonstrable. Log any residual hazards for future transfer to the relevant project phases.· Ensure design integrity, compliance and technical risk management in line with applicable regulations.· Input to negotiation strategy with suppliers, creation of necessary pre-bid tender documents and its offers, approval of engineering documents and invitation to tender technical specifications· Oversight and responsibility for maintenance of data about project site conditions and GIS information· Development supporting of project schedule, technical risk evaluation & mitigation and oversight of technical LCOE & innovation measures.· Support collation of relevant cost inputs for technical elements of the project (e.g. CAPEX and OPEX);· Contribute to bid strategy and development of technical requirements of initial work packages such as; preliminary site investigations, technical solution scope (incl. options like battery, green hydrogen, innovation).Desired qualifications:· Engineering (civil/ mechanical / electrical) or other technical university degree· At least 5 years of relevant experience in development & construction of offshore wind or large infrastructure projects· Strong track record in successful engineering management and good knowledge of offshore wind development areas and their interdependencies.· Results-oriented and Commercial mindset, ability to analyse and summarize complex development topics and aggregate decision-relevant information to convey messages clearly and concisely.· Proven experience, ability to build and develop high performance teams and to motivate, acting comfortably in cross-cultural teams, collaborating across country boundaries with a sense of diversity and inclusion· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with people on different levels of hierarchy, different backgrounds and cultures, must be a team player.· Excellent understanding of technical analysis and specifically of competitive drivers that can help winning projects in very competitive tender environments· Interdisciplinary project management experience· Sound understanding of Korean offshore wind market dynamics & market specific challenges incl. local regulation impacting technical design parameters· High degree of specific offshore wind expertise (technical, development, project management and commercial)· Fluent in spoken and written English and Korean
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationKansas City
The Construction Superintendent is responsible for field operations on the assigned project(s) in order to achieve safe, timely and profitable completion of each project. Plans, organizes, and supervises building and related facilities portions of construction work for an assigned area of a construction project. Responsible for the construction planning of the construction related activities of the subcontractor and/or self-perform to confirm the completion of contractual construction activities. Maintains continuity of safety, job progress and maximizes efficiencies related to the assigned area. - Responsible for the oversight of the following project work activities: site earthwork and layout, concrete flatwork and foundation, structural steel, steel and wood framing, interior finishes, millwork, roofing, plumbing, HVAC systems, fire protection, and commercial electrical systems. - Responsible for overall supervision of construction effort, which includes: safety, productivity of crafts, efficient use of materials and equipment, materials management, scheduling, design, and contractual performance of the project. - Responsible for subcontractor contractual compliance and/or self-perform on designated construction related activities. - Build effective client and subcontractor relationships. Interface with client representatives, A/E representatives, and other contractors. - Responsible for managing QA/QC documents, inspection logs, as built drawings. - Support the completion of turnover packages. - Collaborate with project management to develop and implement project procedures, working documents, and standards. - Authorize purchase requisitions, field design change requests, etc., under supervision of Construction Manager and Project Manager. - Responsible for project safety. Reviews and audits site specific safety documentation, including Pre-Task Analysis (PTAs) and Task Safety Observations (TSOs) on a regular basis. - Complete daily field reports and take daily pictures to document construction progress. - Assess future work activities and identify any concerns with work plans by utilizing subcontractors 3-week look ahead report. - Develop a marked-up and as-built set of drawings to produce the record set documents, and answer RFIs with assistance from Assistant Project Manager or Field Engineer. - Direct and manage subcontractor or self-preform subsidiaries as necessary to comply with the established project schedule, and track and verify progress on an installed quantity and work hour basis. - Oversee the construction of complete buildings and/or structures. - Develop punch lists of items out of compliance or not completed. - Verify the most current drawing revisions are being used in the field. - Utilize project construction management tool(s). - Read, interpret, and understand civil, foundation, structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings.- Performs other duties as assigned - Complies with all policies and standardsRequirements:- Bachelor Degree and 7 years construction management experience or craft supervision experience on similar projects. Required or - Associate Degree and 9 years construction management experience or craft supervision experience on similar projects. Required or - High School Diploma/GED and 11 years construction management experience or craft supervision experience on similar projects. Required - Must have excellent communication skills, strong leadership skills, and a strong safety background. - Computer proficiency in Microsoft Suite. - Must be able to meet company's driving requirements EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans
- Salary$0 per year
- LocationEast Amherst
Specific Skill Sets/Notes: Background must be civil/structural in either industrial/processing plant, O&G, chemical wastewaterMust have on site field experience from the ground up - experience on construction site/preconstructionMust have working on vertically built construction plantsMin 5 years of field eng experienceNo commercial, residential, or building More details to follow
- 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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Manager of EngineeringLocation: California, USAClient: Energy Storage Solutions ProviderPosition DescriptionThe Manager of Engineering leads multiple engineering groups, representing the client to the public and senior management. The position involves strategic planning, work allocation, and resource management related to new product innovation and development. Employee performance management and professional development are also part of the job scope.Job Responsibilities Participate in strategic and long-term planning for the assigned engineering departments and develop goals and objectives aligned with the client's strategy.Lead the development of methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for new product innovation and/or development. Evaluate the progress of new product development (NPD) projects.Authorize the spending of development initiatives to support the budget for assigned areas.Work on complex issues that require in-depth knowledge of the company, leading the engineering team through technical problem-solving for new product innovation and/or development projects.Regularly interact with executives and major customers.Direct the work of groups of employees through managers.Perform other duties as assigned. Job Skills Requirements Demonstrated management, business, and operations management skills.Strong analytical, organizational, and reasoning skills/abilities.Results-oriented with the ability to balance other business priorities.Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously.Proven leadership skills.Excellent presentation, written, and interpersonal communication skills.Fluent in English and the primary language used in the area of responsibility and/or location. Education Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related field, or equivalent education and experience. Experience Requirements Minimum of 10 years of experience in engineering or a related field.5 years of leadership or management experience preferred.
- SalaryMarket related
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
- SalaryMarket related
Spencer Ogden has partnered with a large renewable energy developer who is seeking a Development Engineer to join their team.This person will drive solar, PV, wind and integrated BESS project development across the US and Internationally.You will be: Qualifying new solar and battery storage project opportunitiesPerforming technical due diligence on project practicalityResponding to RFPs from key stakeholdersConducting preliminary design evaluation You will have: Over 3 years of experience in renewable energy project development, design, analysis and constructionExperience in designing, engineering and analyzing PV systems and BESS (2MW - 500MW)Experience with PVSYST or HelioscopeSpanish language skills (desirable) This role is based in Louisville, Colorado but our client is also open to remote work.We look forward to discussing your experience with you.