- Location: London
- Salary: Market related
My client is currently looking for an experienced Power Systems Engineer to join and expand their Grid Team, working alongside the Grid Development Manager. The client is a renewable energy IPP company with fully integrated development capabilities and it's head office in London. The main focus is developing renewable energy power plants across the United Kingdom with the help of their highly experienced management team and partners to allow them to deliver quality, bankable renewable power assets. Their focus is on the development of large-scale solar, wind and hybrid energy storage projects.
In this role you will be working closely alongside the grid manager, and if required the key management team members and land acquisition team. Supporting the Grid team in identifying and securing grid capacity both on the distribution level and national transmission level from 11kV up to 400kV network for its large-scale solar, wind and BESS projects. You will regularly communicate and liaise with the relevant DNOs and NGESO to gather all necessary intelligence to successfully source and secure grid capacity for prospective projects.
The ideal candidate must have experience in power systems analysis, excellent communication skills and experience of liaising with external stakeholders such as network operators and specialist grid consultants.
Furthermore, you will be actively manging relevant grid aspects of the business, building and maintaining relationships with the DNOs & NG throughout the entire development and construction process. Additionally, you will be supporting the planning team and if necessary, the legal team on any grid connection related matters to ensure that the permits and legal documentation are fully aligned with the grid requirements.
• Identify and qualify grid capacity that are suitable for PV, Wind and BESS by undertaking the desktop power system analysis.
• Originate, submit, and managed the process of transmission and distribution connection applications.
• Gathering intelligence and analysing the existing and future electricity network available data bases at transmission and distribution level to provide input into the location and electrical characteristics of new solar/wind developments:
• Engagement with NGESO and DNOs on pre-app meetings and budget offers to glean market-leading intelligence on the availability of connections any upcoming developments (short-, mid-, and long-term)
• Completing the ENA's G99 application form for developments connected to the distribution network.
• Generating SLDs using the Auto Cad and analysing the thirds party technical drawing.
• Reviewing grid connection offers and advise the Management team on summarising costs, scope of work and technical aspects of the offer.
• Undertaking detailed cost analysis of the grid connection costs and implementing strategies to reduce and optimise the costs for connection.
• Manage project pipeline by communicating with DNOs / NGESO/ ICPs as necessary to track progress with development.
• Liaising with developers and TOs/DNOs to understand the status and delivery programs and meet the milestones for grid connections.
• Working with NGESO’s connection portal, completing the application forms including DRC for specific transmission network opportunities.
• 3-4 years in a technical role working electricity projects, including submission of grid connection applications at distribution or transmission level.
• Electrical engineering background preferred (you may have a postgraduate degree in a relevant topic) with experience in a technical environment.
• Working knowledge of the Grid Code /ENA G99 is important.
• Experience with DIgSILENT Power Factory.
• Ideally working experience in Solar and wind projects.
• BESS experience is preferred, but not necessarily required.
- Salary$180k per year
We are partnered with a utility-scale solar and storage developer in Sydney, seeking an experienced Lead Power Systems Engineer to join their team. In this role you will provide technical leadership and expertise for Solar PV and Energy Storage projects, ensuring successful grid connections and optimising project configurations. This senior position offers project management and leadership responsibilities, presenting an exciting opportunity to shape the future of renewable energy!Key Responsibilities: Collaborate with development colleagues to identify suitable locations for projects using power systems analysis and congestion modeling.Specify high-level design for Solar PV, BESS, and Hybrid projects to optimise configurations.Manage the Connection Application Process (R0) for multiple projects across NEM jurisdictions.Conduct Model Acceptance, Benchmarking, and GPS compliance studies using relevant software packages.Manage relationships with project stakeholders, NSPs, AEMO, contractors, and OEMs.Appoint and manage external power systems consultants for Connection Application Packages.Negotiate optimised connection strategies with NSPs for Solar PV, BESS, and Hybrid projects.Negotiate Generator Performance Standards and technical aspects of Connection Agreements.Develop cost-effective project configurations and connection strategies.Stay informed of industry developments and provide expert guidance to the Elgin Energy team. Qualifications and Skills: Appropriate degree in Electrical/Energy Engineering/HV Power System Engineering or related discipline.5+ years’ experience working in a connections-focused environment within an Engineering Consultancy, Project Developer, NSP, or AEMO.Proven track record of success in progressing wind/solar/BESS connections with NSPs and AEMO.Evidence of working successfully on multiple projects to demanding deadlines.Site experience in Solar PV plants and/or high-voltage substations is desirable but not essential.Strong technical knowledge of the NER Chapter 5 process with a proven track record of success.Excellent knowledge of power systems analysis software packages, including PSS/E, PSCAD, and DigSilent PowerFactory, along with Python automation skills.Knowledge of AC and DC electrical design of Solar PV plants, BESS, and grid connection methodologies.Familiarity with HV electrical equipment, control systems, SCADA, protection, and metering.Ability to manage external consultants for the delivery of design and study packages. If you are driven by innovation, have a passion for the renewable energy space where your contributions will have a meaningful impact, please apply below or email email@example.com.
- Salary$160k per year
Power Systems Stability and Steady-State EngineerWe are seeking a talented and experienced Power Systems Stability and Steady-State Engineer to join our team. As a Power Systems Engineer, you will play a pivotal role in analyzing and enhancing the stability and steady-state performance of our power systems. The ideal candidate should possess significant experience in both stability and steady-state as they relate to power systems.Responsibilities:· Perform comprehensive stability analysis of power systems, including transient stability, voltage stability, and small signal stability assessments.· Conduct steady-state analysis, load flow studies, and power flow simulations to evaluate the performance of the power system under various operating conditions.· Identify potential stability and steady-state issues and provide recommendations for system improvements, control strategies, and operational enhancements.· Collaborate with the planning and operations teams to assess the impact of system changes, such as generation additions, load variations, and network expansions on stability and steady-state performance.· Utilize advanced stability and steady-state analysis software and tools to model and simulate complex power system networks accurately.· Investigate and troubleshoot stability and steady-state-related events, working closely with field personnel and control center operators.· Develop and implement stability control schemes, as well as steady-state control algorithms, to improve the overall dynamic and steady-state performance of the power system.· Stay updated with industry standards, emerging trends, and best practices related to power systems stability and steady-state analysis.· Participate in the testing and commissioning of new power system equipment and control systems to verify their stability and steady-state performance.· Prepare technical reports and documentation, presenting findings and recommendations to stakeholders.Requirements:· Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or related field. A master's degree in Power Systems or a relevant discipline is preferred.· Extensive experience in stability and steady-state analysis as they relate to power systems, including transient stability, voltage stability, small signal stability, and power flow studies.· Proficiency in using industry-standard stability and steady-state analysis software such as PSS/E, PSCAD, PowerWorld, or DIgSILENT PowerFactory.· Strong understanding of power system dynamics, control systems, and protective relaying.· Familiarity with grid codes, regulations, and standards related to power systems stability and steady-state analysis.· Experience with dynamic modeling and simulation of power system components like generators, FACTS devices, and HVDC systems.· Solid analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to interpret simulation results and propose effective solutions.· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams and stakeholders.· Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and deliver results within defined timelines.· Professional engineering license or willingness to obtain one is a plus.Join our team and contribute your expertise in both stability and steady-state analysis to ensure the reliable and efficient operation of our power systems. If you are passionate about power systems and possess the required experience, we encourage you to apply for this challenging opportunity.
- Salary$140k per year
Power System Engineer in Power Flow and Stability (PSSE + TARA) We are seeking an experienced engineer knowledgeable in power flow and stability, with proficiency in PSSE and TARA software. As an integral member of our team, you will be responsible for various tasks related to power system analysis, including analysis and modeling of power flow studies, transient stability studies, contingency analysis, and system stability improvement. Key Responsibilities: - Conduct power flow studies using PSSE software to analyze and evaluate the behavior and performance of power systems. - Perform transient stability studies using TARA software to assess the capability of power systems to maintain stable operation during transient events such as faults or sudden load changes. - Analyze and model power systems, including transmission networks, generators, transformers, and load centers. - Identify and troubleshoot power system issues related to power flow and stability. - Prepare detailed reports and presentations summarizing analysis findings and recommend solutions or corrective measures. - Collaborate with internal teams, such as transmission planning, operations, and maintenance, to ensure the implementation of recommended solutions. - Stay updated with industry trends and advances in power system analysis, particularly in power flow and stability studies. Requirements: - Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or a related field. - Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in power flow and stability analysis. - Proficiency in PSSE and TARA software for power system analysis. - Solid understanding of power system theory and operation, including power flow, transient stability, and contingency analysis. - Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to identify and resolve power system issues. - Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, to effectively convey analysis findings and recommendations to a diverse audience. - Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and communicate with internal stakeholders. - Familiarity with industry standards and regulations related to power system analysis. - Knowledge of advanced power system analysis techniques and tools is a plus. - Professional certifications in power system analysis or related fields are preferred. - Attention to detail and ability to multitask to meet project deadlines. - Willingness to continuously learn and adapt to new technologies and industry trends. If you meet the above requirements and are passionate about power flow and stability analysis, we encourage you to apply for this position. Join our team and contribute to the efficient and reliable operation of power systems. To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant certifications.
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationUnited States of America
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. Responsibilities: 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. Requirements: 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.
- Salary$110k - 160k per year + Full Benefits, Annual Bonus, Retirement (401k)
Qualifications: 5-7+ years' experience and a P.E. License.Ideal Projects: Mission Critical - Data Centers ExperienceAviation ExperienceCommercial Other projects are open to consideration - this position is relatively flexible. Compensation Ranges: $110,000 - $160,000+ (Commensurate w/ Experience) Benefits: Paid Parental LeaveHealth Vision Dental401k matchPTO Starts at 3 weeks, upward flexibility for sure.HolidaysSick Time ECOPass for DenverPaid parking in Phoenix Requirements A bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or architectural Engineering from an ABET accredited four-year college or university.Registration as a Professional Engineer or Architect.This position requires a strong understanding of the mission critical industry and the nuances of renovation and greenfield construction projects.Successful performance at this career level typically requires 10 - 15 years of relevant work experience in Engineering or Construction Management in the Mission Critical industry.Experience designing of medium voltage, power monitoring, lighting, and lighting controls systems a plus.Strong verbal communications skills and ability to present solutions to project teams and clients.Demonstrated ability to manage and collaborate with diverse team members who are geographically dispersed utilizing a combination of virtual technology and in-person meetings.Must be available to travel occasionally.Requires the ability to pass background checks or security screenings as required by our clients.To be authorized to work in the United States and have proof of COVID Vaccination. Responsibilities: Be the technical lead for the electrical engineering and design of high-tech facilities, including new data centers, facility expansions, and system upgrades.Create power design for complex electrical systems including UPS and generator support systems.Have expertise in power distribution, grounding, standby power, uninterruptible power, and related systems.Possess proficiency in the development of electrical one-lines, specifications, calculations, studies, and software-based systems analysis.Have a strong understanding of building systems and inter-discipline coordination.Be comfortable leading, mentoring, and delegating portions of design work to project engineers, designers, and BIM/CAD staff.
- 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)
- SalaryMarket related
- LocationUnited States of America
Job Description:This is an exciting opportunity to work with a growing renewables team based in the Northeast. They are actively seeking out a PV engineering expert to take a lead role in the development of their projects and products. Responsibilities: Serve as the Subject Matter Expert for PV SCADA Control development, commissioning, and testing. Ensure compliance with relevant NERC Standards for PV SCADA and SCADA Control Execution. Lead application design for renewable generation control systems Provide technical support across departments for new project pursuits and product development. Mentor junior engineers in renewable control system application design and commissioning. Prepare and maintain engineering plans and schedules. Identify opportunities for product and process improvements. Foster and maintain strong customer relationships. Monitor project financial performance. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related technical discipline. 9+ years of experience in power generation control system applications. Expertise in renewable energy systems, power conversion, energy storage, PV, or power systems control. Willingness to travel up to 30% domestically. Legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. experience in PV SCADA controls development and testing. Strong understanding of renewable resource operations and NERC Standards.
- Salary£100k - 120k per year
- LocationUnited States of America
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
- 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$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$48 - 68 per hour + Full Benefits (medical, dental, vision, etc)
- LocationUnited States of America
SUMMARY The HV Project Engineer will provide engineering support to the E&C team, and is responsible for managing all stages of project design. This position reports to the Director of Engineering or anothersenior management personnel that the Senior Vice President/President of the Company may designate. This position may be expected to travel up to 25%.RESPONSIBILITIES- Manage all stages of project high voltage (HV) design, including conceptual and advanced systemdesign, observing regulatory codes, customer requirements, site visits, permitting and technicalsupport during construction phase;- Design and optimize HV engineering concepts for utility scale PV plants such as substations,transmission and distribution lines. interconnection switch gear, power transformers- Supervise PV plant interconnection in collaboration with the Project Manager during planning andconstruction to assure quality and execution according to schedule;- Prepare bidding documentation for project specific HV works and HV equipment;- Create, deliver, and maintain drawing packages and project documentation;- Manage and coordinate external resources such as engineer consultants, geotechnical andtopographic surveyors, other specialized professionals as needed in the design and commissioningof grid interconnection;- Direct internal and external designers and consultants in creating, delivering and maintainingdrawing packages and project documentation;- Work collaboratively with other operations team members on project execution and processdevelopment including project procurement, construction management, and project controls;- Develop and review project schedules, cost estimation, bill of materials, budgets, scopes of work,standards and quotes from suppliers and sub-contractors- Provide supervision to HV commissioning work- Coordinate with utilities and regulators for the interconnection process- Provide recommendations for continuous improvements in project designs, plans, processes andproduct development;- Lead the Project Engineering team in developing best practices for the HV engineering process ofutility scale PV plants- Assist with technical training for team members and new employees;- Collaborate with team members when necessary to ensure effective communication and results;and- Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS- A degree in Electrical Engineering or another related engineering science- Minimum of 5 years of professional engineering experience in the power industry- Relevant work experience in the design and development of power plants- Willingness to travel, at least 25% of the time- Experience with AutoCAD (or equivalent)- Experience with power modeling (preferably with ETAP)- Strong in Microsoft Office Suite- Experience with Gantt charts (MS Project or equivalent)- Knowledge of relevant HV Codes and regulation- Excellent written and verbal communication skills- Assertive, able to cope with pressure, a team player- Previous experience managing projects from initial design to installation and execution, preferred- Experience in permitting processes with local authorities having jurisdiction, preferred.
- SalaryMarket related
Spencer Ogden are URGENTLY seeking an Electrical Commissioning Engineer for the following responsibilities: Responsibilities: Manage electrical engineering on site for project success. Coordinate with various design teams for project delivery. - Ensure safe and efficient electrical system installation, testing, and operation. Oversee testing and commissioning activities on LV and HV systems. Support project management from installation to handover. Requirements: Minimum 15 years' experience in power generation, preferably in design, construction, or commissioning. Knowledge of GE Aeroderivative gas turbines. Extensive knowledge of power plant electrical equipment, including LV and HV. Track record of delivering complex engineering projects and managing multiple projects. Familiarity with health, safety, and environmental standards. Experience in team management. Key Details: Location: Dublin, Ireland Start Date: 4th December Duration: 3 months If you are interested, please send me a copy of your most recent CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and Dan will give you a call.