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Substation Engineer III or IV

Arizona G&T Cooperatives


Location:
Benson, Arizona 85602
Date:
06/19/2017
2017-06-192017-07-19
Job Type:
Employee
Job Status:
Full Time
Categories:
  • Power Engineering
  • Energy
  • Design/Development Engineering
Arizona G&T Cooperatives
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Job Details

Provide electrical engineering and project management support for capital and maintenance projects, construction management, field response and commissioning.

 

  • Act as project manager using project team concepts to assure successful projects from inception to closeout

  • Develop & provide technical specifications, drawings for equipment procurement and construction contracts

  • Develop project cost estimates

  • Develop and track project schedules and provide progress reports

  • Provide contract and construction management

  • Manage third party engineering services

  • Test and commission newly installed and upgraded substation equipment for energization

  • Assist the Engineering Projects Support Administrator with contract closeout documentation.

  • Provide technical assistance to Transmission Operations and Maintenance staff by preparing verbal and/or written technical answers to problems and questions

 

  • Provide technical review of system changes proposed by Planning Division from both design and constructability viewpoints


Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (power option preferred) from an accredited college or university

  • 5 plus years of experience in design, construction and troubleshooting problems in electrical substations

  • Understanding of substation design configurations and physical design

  • Determine necessary Substation Equipment Ratings based on fault studies and future load requirements

  • Interpret transformer and breaker test results and determine corrective measures

  • Understand Relay Coordination Techniques

  • Effective oral and written communication skills

  • Effective team leadership and participant skills

  • Thorough understanding of word processing, spreadsheets, and computer applications in SharePoint software

  • Thorough understanding of IEEE/ANSI, IEC, and RUS Standards, along with NESC requirements

  • Professional Engineer Certificate or an Engineer-In-Training Certificate and working toward obtaining a PE

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