Iberdrola USA Electrical Engineer Substation Lead (ASC 54068) Various Locations in United States
Business and Department
Scope of Work – Main duties, settings, geography, reporting relationships, and other relationships: Responsible for Substation designs for major capital projects in both Maine (Central Maine Power and Maine Electric Power Company) and New York (NYSEG and RG&E;), this includes input into standards and training needs.
The electric delivery system in Maine contains approximately 2,600 miles of transmission lines & 317 substations. The electric delivery system in New York contains approximately 5,600 miles of transmission lines & 621 substations. The electric delivery system in Connecticut contains approximately 130 miles of transmission lines and 28 bulk electric supply substations.
Position reports to the Substation Projects Coordinator, but the position will work day-to-day in cross functional project team and support project needs as dictated by the project manager.
Major Roles and Responsibilities (Scope of work - range of responsibilities):
Capital project engineering performance including all phases such as: scoping and budgeting, conceptual engineering, contract management and design, engineering design, construction and closeout.
Perform standard and complex electrical engineering analyses, designs and calculations using standardmethodology and principles and other viable approaches. Develop alternate methods or design concepts to resolve problems or to improve processes/services
Responsible for leading and creating new conceptual designs and overseeing the work of external detaileddesigners.
Solve unique and complex electrical engineering problems. Analyzes possible solutions and assesses each using standard procedures related to lines and power engineering.
Ensure all engineering designs implemented by the company meet applicable company, local, state, and national codes and standards.
Support technical requests from current and proposed customers
JOB REQUIREMENTS: Education & Experience Required:
Bachelors degree with a minimum of 5 years relevant experience required.
Professional Engineering License Preferred
- General Skills:
Excellent diagnostic and problem solving skills to decipher unique technical and analytical problems,
Proven ability to lead and manage projects,
Strong communication and interpersonal skills to articulate highly technical concepts,
Strong management and leadership skills, ability to drive change and adoption of new technologies.
Knowledge of the regulatory environment including relevant output and incentive mechanisms.
General contract, commercial and regulatory awareness with the ability to balance effective and efficient customer service and project delivery, ensuring maximum return on investment.
Track record of effective stakeholder and customer service engagement and management.
Ability to communicate and present information effectively at all levels
Ability to manage competing priorities using sound engineering and financial judgment to determine optimal solutions
Awareness and understanding of key business drivers
Ability to devise solutions to both to common and complex problems/challenges.
Where appropriate, technical and operational experience in a relevant engineering role within a utility environment.
Where required, knowledge of;
Construction and maintenance standards in accordance with regulatory requirements -Engineering standards and specifications up to 345kV
Engineering standards and specifications up to 345kV
- Routine Technical Skills:
Physical Substation Design - Expert
Project Scoping and Estimating - Expert
Equipment Specifications - Expert
Construction and Outage Sequencing - Expert
Commissioning - Expert
AC/DC Loading Calculations - Expert
Codes, Standards, and Regulations - Expert
- Unique Technical Skills:
Substation Grounding- Expert/Competent1
Thermal Ratings- Expert/Competent1
Lightning Analysis- Expert/Competent1
Lighting Analysis- Expert/Competent1
Transient Analysis- Expert/Competent1
Insulation Coordination- Expert/Competent1
Substation Equipment Commissioning - Expert/Competent1
Note 1: 3 of the unique technical skills listed above must be at the Expert level.
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Department: Engineering & Delivery
Job Title: Electrical Engineer Substation
Location: Various Locations
Cross Company Responsibility: Yes
Publication date: 08.11.2017