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Lead Electrical Engineer - Protection & Control

Brand: Ironhouse Engineering

Location: , ME, United States

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Requisition Number: 25

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Description

Job Description 
A Lead Engineer with Ironhouse will lead a team or work on a team to complete engineering tasks and create custom engineering solutions to meet customer needs. The candidate should also demonstrate the ability to adapt in a fast-paced and evolving industry. Tasks and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: 
  • Creating and reviewing Protection & Control settings designs
  • Coordination studies
  • Short circuit studies using short circuit models
  • Event Analysis
  • Creating and reviewing HMI (Human-Machine Interface) settings
  • Creating and reviewing RTU settings designs
  • Designing and configuring operating characteristics of managed switches and LANs
  • Reviewing current industry best practices to ensure compliance with cyber security requirements
  • Leading, planning, and coordinating projects with limited supervision
  • Understanding and delivering results based on client specific standards and requirements
  • Training and developing junior personnel
  • Leading project teams and interfacing with the customer to deliver a quality product by scheduled delivery date
  • Field support including troubleshooting, testing, and setup
An ideal candidate would possess strong organizational and planning skills and would excel in a team-based environment. The candidate should approach all tasks in a detail-oriented manner, with a strong sense of ownership over all deliverables. 
Education 
  • Minimum 7 years of experience in relay/protection engineering or related industry
  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Programming knowledge or experience with protection relays and other substation equipment
  • Knowledge of engineering theory, practices, and procedures
  • Registered PE (professional engineer) in Maine, Connecticut and/or New York
  • IEC 61850/Goose experience is preferred
  • Experience in power protection, relay design and planning, or substation design and telecom integration
  • Experience with substation relays and equipment such as SEL, GE, Beckwith, electromechanical relays, Ruggedcom switches, and Cimplicity HMIs


Benefits
We offer a competitive benefits package that provides a foundation of support for the health, safety, and security of you and your family. We are proud to extend a broad selection of benefits to meet your needs—and medical, dental, and vision benefits start on the first day of employment.

Individuals must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. Individuals with a disability who desire reasonable accommodations should contact the ADA Coordinator at 1-800-248-8733, ext. 1339.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please note:
  • All job offers are subject to pre-employment drug screening and a background check.
  • Unless otherwise noted, we do not sponsor employees for work authorization in the U.S. for this position.
Notice to Agencies: We only accept resumes from recruiters, employment agencies, or staffing services if a Service Agreement has been signed and we have requested recruitment/staffing services for the specific position. Any unsolicited resumes will become the property of the company, and no fees or compensation will be paid to the recruiter, employment agency, or staffing service.
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