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EE01-Power Systems Engineer

Job Description:

 

 

Our Power System Engineers are responsible for performing electrical studies for utility and industrial/commercial clients. Applicable power systems primarily include conventional and renewable generation facilities, substations, transmission systems, and distribution systems. Activities will include one or more of the following:

  • Protective Relaying: short circuit and symmetrical component analysis, time-current coordination, protection scheme and criteria development, relay settings calculation, integration with SCADA systems, NERC compliance, and arc flash analysis. Applicable software: AcSELerator Quickset (SEL-5030), AcSELerator Architect, GE Enervista, ASPEN Oneliner, SKM-PTW, ETAP, RSCAD/RTDS
  • Power System Planning Studies: steady-state real and reactive power flow including outage contingencies, generation interconnect feasibility, P-V and Q-V analysis for voltage stability margins, dynamic stability performance, automation of large batch simulations, working with models from NERC regional entities (WECC, MRO, SERC etc.), NERC compliance. Applicable Software: PSS/E, PSLF, PowerWorld, Python Scripting
  • Infrastructure Design Studies: substation grounding, corona and electric and magnetic fields, insulation coordination (lightning, switching surge, and contamination performance), transient (time domain) simulation, power quality (harmonics, voltage flicker, over/under voltage, etc.), motor starting, AC interference (transmission line interaction with railroads and pipelines). Applicable Software: CDEGS, ATP-EMTP, PSCAD

Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited program.
  • Strong academic performance
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Prior internship and/or related consulting experience preferred.

EE02-Electrical Engineer

Job Description:

 

Our Electrical Engineers are responsible for performing tasks requiring the application of standard electrical engineering techniques and procedures. This includes standard design of electrical systems, assisting lead engineers with various project duties, and other duties as assigned.

Opportunities as an Electrical Engineer exist in multiple market segments and locations. Specific assignments and project work varies depending on the market segments and locations. Please see below for information on each market:


  • Energy: Performs analysis and design of electrical systems for new power-generating facilities, as well as upgrades to existing facilities. Responsibilities include conceptual design, load flow / short circuit / arc-flash analysis studies, system optimization, equipment specification, electrical infrastructure design, protective relay calculations and settings, configuration, and field commissioning of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Global Facilities: Project areas include on-site energy, healthcare, manufacturing, food processing & consumer products plants and commercial architecture. Design work includes power distribution systems, instrumentation and controls, voice/data networks, fiber optics, security systems, and fire alarm systems.
  • Oil, Gas, & Chemical: Electrical work includes design of electrical rooms, control rooms, and all aspects of providing power to the industrial clients we serve such as lighting, grounding, lightning protection, cable selection, motor control, uninterruptible power systems, low and high voltage equipment, and cable raceway design in ethanol & bio-fuels plants, chemical plants, refineries, pipeline & liquid terminals. This group performs power flow & fault analysis, protective relaying studies and equipment purchasing. Instrumentation and controls work includes design for sensing and controlling pressure, temperature, level, flow and other parameters. Complex equipment is purchased for analyzing chemical composition products in the plant. Design of plant instrumented safety systems and computer control of equipment is accomplished by the instrumentation group
  • Substations: Design of high voltage (11,000 to 500,000 volt) electrical substations. Areas of design include substation layout, power system analysis and control/ relay systems for a variety of clients across the world.

Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited program.
  • Strong academic performance
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Prior internship and/or related consulting experience preferred.

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