Project Engineer II Substation/Relaying Division
Project Engineer II performs a variety of routine tasks, which provide
experience and familiarity with engineering staff, methods, practices
and programs. Engineer II works under close supervision but is expected
to have some level of independence with required engineering tasks.
Position requirements include:
Assist in development of plans, specifications and inspection reports.
Assist in preparation of material lists and labor contracts.
Assist with preparation of substation designs and construction drawings.
Basic administration of material purchases and construction contracts.
Provide direction to designers, CAD operators on candidates assigned
Small degree of customer and vendor interaction.
Some proficiency in single area of substation engineering such as
physical layout design, protection/control design, relay settings
programming, field support, substation commissioning, relay testing.
Supervises work and assists in training of division Project Engineers I.
Performs basic functions of Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and
Must interface well with employees at all levels.
Performs other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being
performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This is not
intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties
required of personnel so classified.
B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering required. One to two years of
applicable experience required. Engineer in Training (EIT) certification
is required. Pass of PE exam is a plus
Experience doing designs for transmission or distribution, so civil or electrical engineering degree and have done underground as well as overhead design work. High level power
PE Highly preferred if no PE EIT is acceptable or exemplary work experience
PLS-CADD experience is mandatoryWhy is This a Great Opportunity:
This is a great company as the project are concept to completion so having seen it all and done it will be highly valued here. There is a lot of freedom and autonomy to work and some very good visibility too.
Plus two incentive plans. 1. Incentive pay bonus every quarter and is for hours over your 40 hours for project client work. Its not a bonus so don't get hit with higher rate it's part of salary. So yes you can think of it as overtime for a salaried role,
2. Company performance bonus.