Req. # 11902
Location: St. Louis, Mo- Collinsville
The engineering position performs relatively complex engineering studies, design, project management, electrical troubleshooting, and high level maintenance support activities for new and existing power generation plant systems. Key responsibilities include:
- Possess and maintain technical skills to proficiently work in the following areas: Large transformers, switchgear and electrical systems, NERC/SERC
compliance technical support, electrical codes and standards compliance, instruments and controls support, condition based maintenance for electrical equipment, real time data systems and operations analysis support, medium voltage motors and motor controls, main and auxiliary generators, generator exciters, voltage regulators, isolated phase busses, DC systems station batteries, battery chargers, protective relaying, outage support, low, medium, and high voltage circuit breakers, grounding systems and lightning protection, motor control centers, medium voltage cable.
- Provide industry recommended best practices for electrical equipment asset management, maintenance, and operations.
- Manage the fleet’s NERC compliance ensuring all maintenance activities meet regulatory requirements. Compose and execute company policies that relate to bulk electric system regulatory reliability.
- Develop engineering solutions, cost and schedule estimates, and preliminary designs associated with development and budgeting of projects.
- Perform power system studies to include, load flow, short circuit, arc flash, grounding, lightning protection and generator modeling.
- Lead the checkout and start-up of the new equipment.
- Manage projects involving transformers, switchgear, protective relaying and other plant electrical equipment.
- Provide electrical power expertise in the support of projects that are mechanical or civil engineering in nature.
Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university required. Engineer-in-Training (EIT) certificate required. Professional Engineer (P.E.) license preferred.
Experience: Three or more years of electrical power engineering experience preferred. Power plant, field engineering, engineering studies, NERC responsibilities, and military experience are all very beneficial to this position.
Other: SKM, ETAP or equivalent experience a plus. The position has primary responsibility for supporting all Illinois De-Regulated Generation plants with travel required.
*Technical Career Path Level depends upon applicant's credentials.