Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university is required.
Experience: This position requires 3 years of relevant industrial experience in electrical and instrumentation engineering.
Generally responsible for performing routine design of less complex engineering assignments using theoretical knowledge and practical design methods. This level is expected to assist in the design of larger and more complex electrical and instrumentation engineering assignments. This role requires familiarity with motor control centers, variable frequency drives, 480V-13.8KV switch gear, protective relay design including Schweitzer relaying, DC Power and UPS systems, emergency diesel generators, electrostatic precipitators, generator support systems, Instrument & control systems (DCS or PLC), cable and raceway schedule system. Hydro experience would also be a plus. This work will be performed under close supervision.
Primary responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Good presentation skills.
Virtual team skills and cross divisional relationships are developed and able to provide interoffice execution support with close supervision.
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