Responsible for distributed generation interconnections in either Maine (Central Maine Power), New York (NYSEG and RG&E), and/or Connecticut (UI).
The engineer will lead teams/projects that solve complex problems taking a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions. Able to work independently with guidance on only the most complex tasks. Participates and represents UI on industry associations. Follow updates in research and development in the power industry, specifically in the area of distributed energy resources, through training and industry associations.
Applies and interprets company, local, state, and national codes and standards and ensures Compliance with regulatory requirements. Conducts feasibility studies, completes estimates and develops engineering criteria.
1.Perform detailed, complex engineering analyses, designs and calculations using standard methodology & principles & other viable approaches. Develop alternate methods or design concepts to resolve problems or to improve processes/services. Independently apply design standards, industry codes, design criteria, guidelines & UI polices/procedures.
2.Solves complex Distributed Generation (DG) problems. Utilizes a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions (e.g. Customer generators, photovoltaic systems, fuel cells). Anticipate & make recommendations using best practices with respect to customer & stakeholder needs.
3.Approve, maintain, & understand drawings (e.g. schematics, one-line diagrams). Develop & specify equipment, assemble documents & other requirements for assignments of complex level of difficulty using depth & breadth of expertise in own discipline.
4.Serve as SME for generator interconnections. Interpret internal/external business issues and recommend best practices and/or process improvements. Represents Distributed Energy Resources (DER) Engineering on projects, task forces and studies. Participate in Industry associations. May be required to make presentations to regulatory/public entities.
5.Lead teams, mentor & review design and engineering work of others. Lead others to specify & design systems to resolve complex problems in non-std. situations & develop creative solutions. Explain difficult concepts & influence others.
6.Possess a depth and breadth of experience in distributed generation and knowledge of internal/external business and regulatory issues. Maintains knowledge of leading edge techniques or technology through participation in professional associations. Able to communicate orally or in writing to regulatory and/or public entities.
7.Develop business cases & manage projects/processes/initiatives or teams in accordance with applicable UI guidelines. Coordinate phases of engineering for assigned portions of a project/program.
8.Forecast, plan, schedule, monitor, control budget/estimates, construction plans and material orders. Assist in the management of resource allocation including developing forecasts and plans to insure adequate resources are available.
Skills and Requirements
Education & Experience Required:
5 - 8 years of experience in Engineering.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an ABET (or equivalent) accredited college/university.
Advanced knowledge of distributed energy resources.
Knowledge of national and international standards, regulations, and compliance requirements associated with distributed energy resources.
Experience with single-line diagrams and site plan layout drawings.
Registered Professional Engineer or ability to obtain certification.
Experience with three-line diagrams and control schematics.
Experience with circuit modelling software applications such as CYMDIST.
Knowledge of IEEE 1547 standards.
Knowledge of FERC/NERC/NPCC and state regulations.
Specialized advanced training is also preferred (e.g. PTI, WPI , ECNE PUI, or a graduate level engineering degree).
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