Develops project designs for transmission, distribution, industrial, and generating station substation protection systems and support facilities under the limited guidance of an experienced engineer. Assists field personnel with the installation of specified material. PROJECTS: Creates engineering drawings to convey the electrical design of generation, transmission, distribution and industrial substations. Prepares purchase requisitions and material requests to acquire substation electrical equipment. Assists in the preparation of specifications to ensure that ordered equipment be manufactured in accordance with its intended use. Performs grounding tests and assists with the design calculations for new and existing ground grids. Creates RTU drawings, RTU programming, and EMS database sheets. Acts as project leader on assigned projects attending meetings and monitoring project schedules to verify compliance with in service dates. INNOVATION/CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: Researches, investigates and evaluates new technological applications and materials to be used for the design of electrical substations including improvements to processes, safety and cost effectiveness. Works with field personnel to become more familiar with electrical equipment. STANDARDS: Review and update specifications, figures, and the standard material catalog. This includes participating in review meetings, assisting team members, interfacing with vendors, routing, making corrections, and following the Standards Procedure. All records in Oracle, iPort, and ECM need to be maintained and accurate. Maintains contact with vendors to keep abreast of new designs and technologies.
*Will consider Engineer III, Engineer II or Engineer I
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited college/university with background in power system education and research preferred. EIT/FE certification preferred. A minimum of two years of direct relay protection experience required. Must demonstrate an understanding and working experience with substation protection and operational control schemes, along with communication and strong computer skills.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited college/university with background in power system education and research preferred. EIT/FE certification required. A minimum of five years of direct relay protection experience required.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an EAC/ABET accredited college/university. EIT/FE certification preferred.
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