Location(s): United States; Ohio; Stow, Toledo, Cincinnati
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Role Summary: The Lead Field Engineer – Power Systems Engineer ( PSE ) will perform power system studies and design activities on industrial electrical power distribution systems such as Stability (Transient and Dynamic), Short Circuit, Coordination, Arc Flash, Load Flow, Motor Starting, Power Factor Correction, Harmonic Analysis, Filter Design and other related studies.
Essential Responsibilities: As the Lead Field Engineer - PSE, you will:
Work directly with customers and GE Sales and Service teams to identify study opportunities, develop and issue proposals and execute work scopes
Develop knowledge of Energy Services (ES) Terms and Conditions and those of customers and subcontractors, and perform activities so as to minimize risk and assure compliance
Perform on-site work in customer facilities to gather study / design data and perform power system measurements when required
Be knowledgeable of, and conduct work activities in compliance with the ES Safety Manual and Safety policy
Prepare study / design reports for delivery to customers
Further expand technical knowledge and expertise
Exercise solid judgment in controlling costs and expenditures of company funds
Make contributions to the continued development and refinement of IS Engineering Standards and Procedures as they apply to designated specialty and to conduct work efforts in accordance thereof.
Develop knowledge of Energy Services Terms and Conditions and those of customers and subcontractors, and perform activities so as to minimize risk and assure compliance
Strive to achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction in all transactions and relationships
Develop and further expand technical knowledge and expertise, currently recognized industry standards for engineering ability
Plan, prepare, and/or instruct both internal and external training programs as required, to impart and perpetuate field engineering and/or product knowledge in area of specialization
Perform administrative functions, such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, reports to customers, time sheets, and expense sheets on a complete timely, and thorough basis
Maintain knowledge of the report system to the extent required for timely and accurate input of field information necessary
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college (OR a High School Diploma / GED with a minimum of 10 years of experience in a field service or maintenance position)
Minimum of 5 years of field engineering experience with power distribution systems
Minimum of 1 year of experience performing power system studies
Willingness and ability to travel 35% of the time, both domestically and internationally
Willingness and ability to possess / obtain and maintain a valid passport and driver's license
Willingness and ability to take a drug test as part of the selection process and as necessary to meet customer requirements
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering
Knowledge of power distribution and utilization equipment and application considerations including the various types of switchgear, relays, breakers, transformers, motors, generators including control and excitation and adjustable speed drives
Knowledge and awareness of the various software packages (Easy Power, SKM and GE PSEC Software) and specific detailed experience on at least one of the commercially available packages
Knowledge and awareness of relevant international industry standards including IEC, NFPA, NEMA, IEEE and ANSI Standards
Strong customer service
Strong Project Management skills
Thorough PC / Windows / Office software literacy including the use of Word for report generation and the development of sophisticated engineering calculation spreadsheets in Excel
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Locations: United States; Ohio; Stow, Toledo, Cincinnati
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