Georgia Transmission Careers

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Engineer-III - V, Electronics Maintenance


Description

The Electronics Maintenance (EM) Engineer is responsible for supporting the departments’ five core disciplines which include Revenue Metering, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)/Fiber Optic Telecommunication, Remote Control Motor Operated Switches (RCMOS), and Cyber Security Compliance for all distribution, generation, and transmission type substations. Provides technical expertise and support to all System Control Centers and EM Technicians that install, commission, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair components in GTC facilities. Supports EM Technician laptops and software applications. Also, possesses a working knowledge of databases and networking technologies. Acts as the subject matter expert to other departments and provides engineering process improvements where applicable. Assists in coordinating and implementing EM projects related to the department five core disciplines. The engineer will develop group testing and maintenance policies, safe group practices, as well as test and maintenance forms, as needed. Supports in leading the GTCs’ effort of identifying, studying, and implementing innovative uses of the departments’ disciplines. Provides input to management on annual budget and monitors expenditures to comply with the approved budget.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS


Education: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical or Computer Engineering.


Experience: (E-III) Three (3) years of experience in a utility environment or one (1) year of experience utilizing skills
associated with communications protocol between Intelligent Equipment Devices with at least two (2) years as a cooperative student in a utility environment. (E-IV) Six (6) years of experience in a utility environment with experience utilizing skills associated with communications protocol between Intelligent Equipment Devices. Working knowledge of the associated computer and telecommunications systems. (E-V) Eight (8) years (Six years with P.E. license) in the design, installation, operation or maintenance of electrical systems with a working knowledge of the associated computer and telecommunications systems.

 

Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations: Georgia Driver’s License 

Specialized Skills (e.g., typing, computers, software, tools and equipment uses, etc.): Working knowledge of volt-ohm meters, transmission test sets, vendor and standards technical references, and laptop PCs including fluent knowledge of Windows 10, Word, Excel, and Access Database. This knowledge must be at a level to support field technicians over the phone.


Must be able to pass a NERC CIP personnel risk assessment screening.

 

 





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