You should have a minimum of 11 experience in electrical control circuitry, relaying, and electric utilities.
You should possess the ability to operate and interpret the results of all types of relay test and calibration equipment.
Demonstrated leadership ability and resolve to train others.
Good knowledge of basic computer applications.
Possess the ability to read and interpret Blueprints, vendors' manuals, and schematic and logic diagrams is essential.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Install, test, adjust, calibrate, repair and troubleshoot electrical power system protective relaying, control, alarm, metering, remote control and Programmable Logic controllers.
Receive work permits under the direction of the Power Dispatcher or Senior Electric System Operator and restores equipment to service; when such activities are required to perform work in a timely manner.
Make revisions to drawings to keep them current and reflect the actual situation in the field.
Troubleshoot and repair remote control and supervisory facilities from initiating signal device to the input circuitry for the microwave facilities.
Troubleshoot, maintain, and repair synchronization systems and voltage regulation.
Perform analyzes results, and records primary injections and polarization indexes.
Perform preventive maintenance, installs, commissions, calibrates, tests, repairs, analyzes results and troubleshoots protective relaying, substation automation, control, alarm, metering, and peripheral systems using various types of test and calibration equipment. Equipment used includes computerized and special test equipment in addition to the standard electrical test equipment.
Prepares, submits and follows up exception items