Lead Engineer - Augusta
Compensation: $102,270.00 - $164,940.00 /year *
Employment Type: Full-Time
Responsibilities Perform engineering design, estimating, and analysis of the electric transmission and substation protection systems in support of capital construction budget and keeping system performance enhancement in line with budget. Perform engineering calculations. Review and approve detailed protection system designs, including settings, testing, and commissioning developed both internally and by contractors and consultants. (30%) Develop system protection engineering criteria, construction standards, design and equipment specifications, and requirements for engineering suppliers and contractors. Demonstrate new technology value in terms of safety, cost and other efficiencies and implement it to enhance power system performance. (15%) Perform engineering studies to evaluate equipment and protection system performance and effectiveness, and analyzes operational issues in support of system reliability and operational efficiency. Develop and validate information needed for engineering analyses and apply engineering judgment to solve complex technical problems. (15%) Review and approve work of engineering contractors who provide system protection engineering and design services to ensure compliance with company standards, specifications, and contract requirements. Develop technical specifications, standards, contracts and purchase orders. Direct engineering contractors and consultants performing system protection roles. (15%) ?Analyze transmission fault event operations to ensure protection scheme operated as intended. Develop and provide clear and concise fault analysis reports to management depicting corrective actions and lessons learned when necessary. (15%) ?Represent the company on regional and national committees. (5%) Serve as mentor in the technical development of lower level engineers and cross-department employees. (5%) Job Requirements
Education & Experience Required 5 - 10 years of experience in Engineering. Bachelor?s degree in Electrical Engineering / Technology. MS in Engineering preferred. Registered Professional Engineer or ability to obtain certification Advanced knowledge of power system protection. Knowledge of national and international standards, regulations, and compliance requirements associated with power system protection. Experience with power system protection applications such as ASPEN Oneliner, ASPEN Line Database. Knowledge of IEC-61850 standards. Knowledge of FERC/NERC/NPCC and state regulations.
Skills & Abilities Required Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, and communication skills. Strong Electrical Design Experience Able to perform protection coordination analysis. Demonstrate project management skills. Proficiency and fluency in power system protection theory, application, standards, design, test, commissioning, and analysis.
Associated topics: adapter, design, electrical, hardware, image processing, kv, msee, signal processing, transmission, wiring
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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