Job details

United States of America
Market related
Job Type
10 months ago

Job Description:

This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing renewables team based in the Northeast. They are actively seeking out a BESS engineering expert to take a lead role in the development of their projects.



  • Lead the design and implementation of renewable generation control system applications for North American projects.

  • Design, implement, and test various components of the renewable generation control system, including overall power plant control for PV Solar and BESS sites based on established PSSE models and ISO/RTO requirements.

  • Develop applications for BESS energy management system.

  • Coordinate asset generation between PV Solar and Battery Energy Storage System (BESS).

  • Design SCADA systems for BESS and PV Solar, ensuring effective communication through industry standard protocols (Modbus, DNP3, etc.).

  • Provide technical support across departments for new project pursuits and product development.

  • Mentor and guide less experienced engineers in renewable control system application design and commissioning.

  • Create and maintain engineering plans and schedules.

  • Support customer Factory Acceptance Test and participate in site commissioning and Site Acceptance Test activities.

  • Identify opportunities for product and process improvements and provide valuable suggestions.

  • Manage time effectively to meet project schedule and commitments.

  • Cultivate and nurture customer relationships.

  • Monitor and track project financial performance.



  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related technical discipline.

  • Minimum 9+ years of experience in power generation control system applications, specifically in renewable energy systems, power conversion, energy storage, PV, and/or power systems control.

  • Willingness to travel up to 30% domestically.

  • Legal authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship.

  • Familiarity with UL1973, UL9540, UL9540A, NFPA 855, and NFPA 70E.

  • Experience working with utility-scale battery storage systems preferred.