Substation Electrical Engineer - Physical

Ref No. CLG2341
Salary $100,000 - $120,000/annum
Benefits Medical, Dental, 401(k), PTO
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Job type Permanent
Job Status Open

Introduction

An ENR top rated full-service engineering consultancy is hiring for an electrical engineer with 3+ years' substation design experience.

Important

3+ years' substation physical engineering

The Job

Responsibilities:

  • Develop designs, scopes or work, and execute plans for substation physical and/or protection & control design projects
  • Complete projects ranging from distribution upgrades to transmission projects
  • Prepare estimates of costs and schedules
  • Physical design to include raceways, yard layouts, grounding, power systems, bills of material, and lightning protection
  • Protection and control design to include single and three-line diagrams, DC elementaries, AC schematics, relay panel wiring and arrangements
  • Complete studies/reports related to lightning protection, grounding, load studies, equipment specifications
  • Coordinate efforts with other departments as needed
  • Mention and provide direction to more junior colleagues
  • Regularly correspond/meet with client representatives
  • Offer field support during construction
  • Additional duties may include technical/industry committee involvement, relay settings, and 3D design/modeling

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from accredited program
  • 3+ years' related experience (Master's degree may substitute one year)
  • Successful completion of FE exam
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong problem-solving/analytical skills
  • Able to travel up to 15%

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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