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Electrical Engineer

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ABM Charleston , SC 29401

Posted 5 months ago

Essential Duties

  • Perform reliability testing, preventative maintenance, system inspection/evaluation, troubleshooting, repairs and engineering services on power distribution systems & equipment including low, medium and high voltage systems in such a manner as to ensure optimal system reliability.
  • Perform Start-up, Commissioning, Inspections, Testing, and Maintenance on low, medium and high voltage power distribution equipment.
  • Strong understanding of NETA Acceptance and Maintenance Testing Specifications, NFPA70B and Industry Codes & Standards.
  • Evaluates, Tests, Maintains and Repairs various equipment such as transformers, circuit breakers, and switchgears.
  • Read and understand electrical schematics with ability to troubleshoot equipment and systems.
  • Perform power system studies such as Short Circuit & Coordination, Arc Flash and Load Flow.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • *Job duties may be modified at any time.

Minimum Requirements *

  • Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience is required.
  • Must have a minimum of fifteen (15) or more years of experience in the NETA Level III or higher testing, evaluation, maintenance and design of electrical power systems, required.
  • Trained in OSHA Electrical Safety and NFPA70E safety guidelines.
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