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Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic (Meter And Relay Craftsman)
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Western Area Power Administration, UGP Region, SD Maintenance, System Protection (B5340), Duty Station, Huron, SD
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Where will I be on the pay scale? Entry Level: $48.67 - Journeyman Level: $50.70
If you are not a Western M&R journeyman, you will receive entry-level pay with the a promotion to full journeyman after meeting certification and performance requirements.
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Maintain, repair, modify, program, install and commission power system substation protection control, monitoring and metering equipment. Maintain, repair, install, program, and test revenue metering equipment, including electronic and microprocessor based kilowatthour meters, digital demand recorders, panel meters, transducers, and instrument transformers. Maintain, repair, install, program, and test control equipment used in controlling substation equipment.
75% or less - Travel approximately 10-11 days per month on average.
Job family (Series)
2610 Electronic Integrated Systems Mechanic
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
You must be a United States Citizen
This employer participates in the e-Verify program
See "Other Information" section regarding Selective Service requirements
Telework is not an option for this position
This position has a weight requirement of less than 280 pounds.
You MUST have journeyman-level ability in the duties of a Meter and Relay Craftsman as described in #1. If you do not possess this experience you will not be considered Qualified.
1.Ability to do the work of a Meter and Relay Craftsman without more than normal supervision (install and commission, or maintain and repair, protective relay equipment and polyphase revenue metering equipment associated with power systems distribution or transmission systems.) (Screen Out)
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS
Your application and resume should demonstrate that you possess the following abilities. You are NOT required to provide a separate narrative written response. Rather, you must describe in your application how your past work experience demonstrates that you possess those described below.
1.Ability to do the work of a Meter and Relay Craftsman without greater than normal supervision (install and commission, or maintain and repair, protective relay equipment and/or polyphase revenue metering equipment associated with power system distribution or transmission systems.)
2.Knowledge and ability to use tools and specialized equipment and procedures to maintain and test power system metering, control, and protective relay equipment.
3.Knowledge of electrical theory and instruments and ability to do troubleshooting.
4.Ability to read and understand electrical drawings and instruction manuals.
CTAP/ICTAP candidates: To be considered "well qualified" you must meet all of the requirements as described in this section and score 80 or above.
"Experience" refers to paid and unpaid experience. Examples of qualifying unpaid experience may include: volunteer work done through National Service programs (such as Peace Corps and AmeriCorps); as well as work for other community-based philanthropic and social organizations. Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills; and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
You must meet all qualifications and eligibility requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
For this position, education cannot be substituted for experience.
Electrician, Meter & Relay
Note: The pay range listed reflects our STARTING PAY RANGE only and does not reflect the full range which steps up to $41.45 per hour (top pay typically reached within two years with proven mastery of skills and good performance).
Performs as a multi-craft electrical journeyman in a hydroelectric plant environment consisting of substation power transformers, large synchronous motors and generators and auxiliary equipment including: DC exciters, batteries, distribution and grounding transformers, protective relays, and station service switchgear.
Performs testing, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair on a wide variety of high, medium and low voltage electrical equipment with proficiency in: rotating machinery, power circuit breakers, power and instrument transformers, surge arresters and suppressors, power capacitors, digital and electro-mechanical protective relays, metering, electronic control systems as well as various predictive testing, data analysis and report writing. Understands and possess the skills necessary to locally operate, configure, isolate, troubleshoot and return to service large pumping and generating plants or other related facilities and systems. Performs switching operations and holds clearance orders to provide safe working boundaries or zones of equipment isolation from sources of hazardous energy.
CAP EMPLOYEE SUCCESS FACTORS: All employees are personally responsible for workplace safety, reliable attendance, and engaging in collaborative team efforts. Employees are expected to foster an environment of mutual respect, integrity and inclusiveness.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES: (Essential Functions are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, duties and tasks. They are basic job duties that an employee holding the position must be able to perform with or without reasonable accommodation.)
1.Maintains, tests, repairs and troubleshoots complex, medium and high voltage electrical and electronic systems. Proficiently uses specialized computer controlled electrical test equipment to perform tests and procedures including transformer and bushing power factor, capacitance tests, transformer turns ratio, current transformer ratio, excitation and saturation, winding resistance tests, polarity, and insulation testing on these systems.
2.Safely performs lockout / tagout procedures in accordance with CAP Safety Policies and Procedures. Familiar with safe best practice electrical switching procedures.
3.Maintains, tests, repairs and calibrates protective relaying equipment including current, voltage, differential, timing, auxiliary, ground detection and complex impedance relays of electro-mechanical solid state, and digital types. Maintains accuracy in accordance with engineering and manufacture's specifications. Tests and upgrades digital relay firmware.
4.Proficiently uses specialized computer controlled electrical test instruments including Partial Discharge, power factor, sweep frequency response analyzer megger, motor circuit analyzer and other test equipment associated with predictive and preventive maintenance of large rotating, synchronous motors and generators.
5.Maintains, tests, and repairs utility scale substation equipment including: SF6 vacuum, and power circuit breakers, regulators, capacitors, reactors, and power transformers. Must be proficient with power transformer testing equipment and procedures including; performing tests, data collection, organization, and interpreting results.
6.Checks, revises and updates electrical schematics, drawing and diagrams as required. Maintains continuing records of all calibration tests on equipment along with files of preventive maintenance records.
7.Assists in developing or updating predictive and preventive test procedures on protection devices and related electrical and electronic equipment. Collects test data and prepares final test reports. Determines if the equipment performs satisfactorily and in accordance with manufacturers and engineering specifications.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
1A. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIRED SKILLS
Education, Knowledge, Training, Skills, and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent.
Completion of an approved electrical apprenticeship training program or have an equivalent combination of education, experience, and demonstrated ability.
Three (3) years journeyman-level work experience in an industrial electrical environment with technical and specialized knowledge relating to this position; or completion of the CAP electrical apprenticeship program (or other apprenticeship deemed comparable to CAP apprenticeship by management).
Must possess the ability to make independent decisions to complete work assignments in a timely and safe manner.
This is a safety-sensitive position and requires physical testing.
Required Certifications or Licenses: Must have a valid driver's license and maintain a good driving record.
1B. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Education, Knowledge, Training, Skills, and Experience:
Proficiency using PCs to configure, test, and repair systems.
Proficiency using substation, power circuit breaker and/or protective relay test equipment
Proficiency reading schematics and wire diagrams
NETA level 3 or higher certification
2.CRITICAL THINKING AND DECISION MAKING
Independence: Analyzes engineering and manufacturer's data.
Develops and follows test procedures in accordance with engineering and manufacturer's specifications. Applies IEEE and other industry standards to test equipment. Interprets, evaluates, and provides recommendations from test data.
Provides preliminary designs to engineering on equipment modifications. Works independently under minimal supervision. Proceeds on own initiative while being responsible for safety, quality and performance of assigned tasks. Works under the direction of a Supervisor or Work Leader, but because of the remote locations, must possess the ability to make independent decisions to complete work assignments in a timely and safe manner.
Impact: Decisions could cause immediate impact to the flow of CAP water.
3.INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTACTS
Type: Communicates with a number of people within the CAP organization including but not limited to managers, supervisors, engineers, work leaders, electricians, control center operators, and clearance coordinators. It is also necessary to confer with engineers, technicians, consultants, and representatives of outside organizations and utilities.
Purpose: Communicates for the purpose of transferring test results, interpretation of data, coordinating work on equipment, issuing and releasing clearances, verifying meter readings and maintaining a level of safety in remote locations.
May be required to fill in on a temporary basis for work leaders or supervisors. These assignments are usually of short duration (1-2 weeks). May act as temporary work leader on large projects requiring instructing, assigning, reviewing and planning work.
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that persons in this position will encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions
Physical Demands: The essential job requirements involve standing, walking, bending, crawling, kneeling, reaching, pushing, pulling, smelling, squatting, stooping, twisting, climbing and sitting.
Another essential requirement is lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling (in any combination thereof) of objects not to exceed 50 pounds. The position also requires grasping and manipulation of work objects.
This position requires functional testing. Essential to this position is corrected or non-corrected vision.
Example: must be able to see, read and interpret work plans, maps, manuals, blueprints, specifications, books, etc., including seeing various colors. Must also be able to see to operate work equipment.
Also essential to this position is corrected or non-corrected hearing which is necessary for the ability to hear and comprehend voice communications and operating equipment as well as the ability to speak to communicate to individuals on the job. Must be able to hear to operate work equipment.
Persons in this position must have the ability to see and to hear in order to drive a CAP vehicle on improved and unimproved roads. In addition, they must ensure that road safety laws and road safety precautions are followed.
This position involves extensive in-state travel.
Work Environment: Persons in this position may work in a pumping plant, along the aqueduct, and/or inside CAP structures.
The pumping plants are electrically heated and cooled and included multi-level equipment and office structures. Persons in this position drive vehicles or equipment on improved and unimproved roadways. Outside working conditions are dependent on the weather, which involves extreme heat in the summer (temperatures over 100 degrees) and cold in the winter (temperatures below freezing). Some work activities are performed inside CAP structures that are neither heated nor air-conditioned.
Noise levels are generally minimal, however, they can be excessive for brief periods of time. Persons in this position move about using various conveyances such as elevators, stairways, walk ramps and/or overhead cranes. From time to time, persons in this position are required to work at heights off the ground or floor ranging from five to 25 feet, using ladders, scaffolding and/or hoist chairs.
Persons in this position may work in confined work areas from time to time, occasionally work indoors in either a single-level or upper-level structured office buildings, which are electrically-heated, air-conditioned and smoke-free, and work in the field, having to walk up and down or along extremely rough terrain. Persons in this position will have exposure to flora, fauna and the natural habitat of the desert environment.
Commercial Sales-Community Solar Relay Power
Commercial Sales-Community Solar
Relay Power, a groundbreaking company on a mission to make renewable energy and energy efficiencyaccessible to everyone, is looking for a highly-motivated candidates for our exciting new CommercialSales position. Relay Power's mission is to offer clean energy to everyone! Relay connects thecommunity to our local community solar farms to save people money and live more sustainably!
As a Commercial Sales rep you will be the main point of contact for business interested in clean energy,creating the initial interest, recommending the solution, and moving the customer to action. Successful candidates must have stellar communication skills, attention to detail, and interest in following lead process management. The Rep will directly market to businesses to initiate contact, and will use our clean energy platform for customer engagement.
What You'll Do● Develop comprehensive knowledge of the all clean energy offers.● Initiate contact via direct marketing, email, and calling● Communicate professionally, intelligently and persuasively to engage customers on the value andbenefits of our comprehensive clean energy product offering.● Close the sale with required documents completed.● Manage time effectively to hit monthly sales targets.
Must-Haves● Previous sales experience. Proven success in direct sales a plus.● Strong oral and communication skills.● Ability to explain complex topics clearly and concisely to others.● Must be a self-starter with a strong work ethic and willingness to explore and implement newsolutions● Genuine enthusiasm for the vision of Relay Power
Protective Relay Technician II Team Member
Performs the installation, shakedown, testing, maintenance and repair of protection, metering, and control systems and/or equipment to ensure safe and reliable operations of the company's Nuclear Generating Station, Start-up yard, Water Reclamation Facility and Hassayampa Pump Station. May direct other technicians on the completion of projects.
Completion of all the minimum requirements for a Nuclear PR & C Tech I plus completion of NPR12 and one (1) year experience as Protective Relay Technician are required. Candidate must also be aggressively pursuing the PR&C OJT program. Comprehension of complex numbers, ratios and differential equations and possess an understanding of three phase power and vector applications are required. Experience with three phase test equipment and ability to simulate various combinations of voltage and current relationships for testing and fault simulations are required. Testing: EEI MASS Test administered.
Protective Relay Technician I
High School Diploma or equivalent, completion of an approved apprenticeship or the equivalency of three years as a qualified journeyman in any of the following disciplines: Electrical, Electronics or Polyphase Meter/Relay Technician. Must meet the minimum standards set forth in ANSI/NAS 3.1 -- 1978, Selection and Training of Nuclear Power Plant Personnel. Must be able to read and comprehend electrical control schematics and wiring diagrams. Must be proficient in AC/DC electrical theory, electronic circuit fundamentals, algebra and trigonometry. Must possess basic computer skills and have the ability to comprehend and utilize various vendor software programs. Must be able to travel to and from Palo Verde, work scheduled and unscheduled overtime, rotating shifts and call outs. Testing: EEI MASS Test administered.
Nuclear requirement: Any PVGS employee may be called upon to serve as a member of the Emergency Response Organization (ERO) and will be expected to fulfill their obligation as an ERO member. This is a condition of employment at PVNGS. Roles and Responsibilities defined in Policy 1503 and implementing policy guide are applicable to all PVGS employees.
Any PVGS employee may be called upon to support a refueling or short-notice outage. This includes line roles and responsibilities as necessary to execute outage activities.
- Verifies and/or modifies Engineering Design Changes to existing prints, schematics and wiring diagrams.
- Provides protection, metering, and control technical services that are integrated with planning and operational needs.
- Troubleshoots protection, metering, and control system failures and problems, reliably and cost effectively.
- Maintains, calibrates and troubleshoots protective relaying, revenue metering and dispatching telemetry both real time and watt (var)-hour information.
- Directs, coordinates and trains teams in wire verification, TTR, megger, polarity, saturation, ratio tests, secondary current injections and current, potential verifications.
- Performs ground fault detection and location on ungrounded vital AC/DC systems.
- Performs testing, maintenance and calibration of transformer devices including sudden fault pressure relaying and temperature control devices.
- Obtains in-rush and running currents and event duration on various rotating plant equipment.
- Calculates watts, Vars, VA and power factor from derived data.
- Performs maintenance, calibration and troubleshooting of the generator excitation system, sub synchronous resonance detectors and digital fault recorders.
- Maintains a safe and accident free environment by practicing safe working procedures and methods.
- Completes all training and qualifications for radiological controlled access, site access, department specific and job specific qualifications.
- Performs maintenance activities in compliance with station procedures, and with regulatory oversight from the NRC, INPO and Quality Assurance organizations.
- Utilizes the Site Work Management System (SWMS) to close work orders, initiate CRDRs, write work mechanisms, update tasks, sign on and off of permits, check work/rework history of equipment, etc.
Electrical Engineering Degree
Senior Power System Protective Relay Engineer
Dow Chemical seeks a senior power system protective relaying engineer. The successful candidate will provide electrical subject matter expert support for the Energy Business at US Gulf Coast sites and occasionally other locations, related to protective relay and metering system design, operation, setting, programming, commissioning, and maintenance. The supported sites are large privately owned and operated industrial power systems that have thousands of protective relays in service on transmission, distribution, and generation assets.
Key responsibilities of this position include:
Provide protective relay designs including development of one- and three-line diagrams, interconnect and wiring diagrams, DC schematics, and control logic for medium and high voltage substations.
Projects will include both new installations and modifications to existing installations and are often executed in energized substations.
Develop protection settings and logic or perform reviews of protection settings and logic developed by others.
Perform complex electrical calculations as required to set and program protective relays.
Implement relay-to-relay and relay-to-SCADA communication using a variety of communication protocols and network topologies.
Develop electrical models (fault, load flow, stability) as required for protective relay studies on new or existing facilities.
Utilize system studies in order to evaluate or design protective relay and substation control systems for appropriate protection and coordination.
Develop protective relaying testing and commissioning plans and execute those plans. Review and approve testing and commissioning reports done by others. This can include complex transmission protection schemes including Directional Comparison Blocking, Permissive Overreach Transfer Trip, three-terminal line protection, and others.
Access, utilize, and in some cases develop or improve Dow Most Effective Technology (MET) related to protective relay systems. Interface with Dow Electrical Discipline Teams and Protection & Control
Technical Solutions Team as necessary to accomplish this.
Serve as a technical resource for day-to-day operations, maintenance, troubleshooting, root cause analysis, and safety investigations associated with protective relaying systems.
Interface with third-party electrical suppliers and influence their protection designs and settings at Supplier/Dow interconnection points to meet Dow's needs.
Analyze post-fault data, including metering and transient recorder data and aid in investigating electrical events and provide system restoration recommendations.
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (as minimum), with at least 10 years of related experience in design, operations, and maintenance of medium and high voltage power systems.
At least 5 years of protective relay coordination, programming, and setting background with advanced knowledge of symmetrical components and protective relay coordination modeling programs.
This role is heavily weighted toward project activities (design, specification, setting, logic development, and commissioning) for new and retrofit applications. Applicant must have relevant experience with these types of activities using SEL relays.
Extensive knowledge in analysis of industrial and utility electrical power systems.
Extensive knowledge of principles and application of protective relays. This includes overcurrent relay coordination, transmission and distribution relaying, motor protection relaying, and motor bus transfer technology.
Experience with electro-mechanical and microprocessor based relaying and metering including transient recorders.
Experience in power system operation, system restoration, and analysis of events.
Experience in performing load flow, short circuit, motor starting, and dynamic system studies.
A minimum requirement for this U.S. based position is the ability to work legally in the United States. No visa sponsorship/support is available for this position, including for any type of U.S. permanent residency (green card) process.
Note: This position does offer domestic relocation benefits
Job Information and working condition: (e.g. physical requirements, preferred work experiences, job/project duration, language requirements, travel requirements, work schedule options, etc.)
The candidate should have a broad technical background with extensive experience in protective relay system design, coordination, setting, programming, and troubleshooting. They must be an expert in coordination and setting of electro-mechanical, digital, and microprocessor relays with working knowledge of protective relays of every class.
Good communications, interpersonal, and leadership skills are critical.
Capability to work flexible schedules as necessary to meet project deadlines.
Minimal but occasional travel.
Home base for this role will be the Freeport site.
Technical Capabilities: The candidate must be able to apply specialized electrical technical knowledge. The scope of work involves complex and critical protection and control schemes that impact personnel safety, system reliability, and loss prevention. Candidate must be able to make data-based decisions for the safe and effective operation of the electrical transmission and distribution system.
Teamwork: This role will interact with a variety of empowered teams. The candidate must be able to function in a team environment and share responsibility for the team's achievement of goals. Must be an advocate of the empowered team concept in a manufacturing environment and participate on department functional teams.
Interpersonal Effectiveness: This role requires interaction with a diverse group of people, including customers, technicians and other engineers. The candidate must be able to communicate clearly and be able to negotiate conflict.
Initiative: Must be a "self-starter" who is able to act independently, and able to overcome obstacles in order to achieve results.
Learning: The candidate must be a willing learner and is expected to continually seek out, develop, and apply both technical and personal skills.
DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) is a holding company comprised of The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded companies in agriculture, materials science and specialty products sectors that will lead their respective industries through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges. For more information, please visit us at http://www.dow-dupont.com/.
The positions represented by this job posting are aligned to one of the three divisions, Agriculture, Materials Science or Specialty Products, which are expected to separate from DowDuPont into stand-alone public companies in late 2018 or early 2019. Information on the division alignment will be provided during the recruitment process.
Competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits
An annual variable pay program that rewards team and individual performance while sharing success across the company
Employee stock ownership - and the commitment to long-term success that it brings
On-going learning opportunities within a diverse, inclusive and rewarding work environment
Career experiences that can span different Dow businesses and functions with opportunities for personal and professional growth
The chance to work within a global company and interact with colleagues from around the world
Opportunities that spark your imagination and ignite your passion to help others
Dow is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
As part of our dedication to the diversity of our workforce, Dow is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity without regard for race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or religion. We are also committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at http://www.dow.com/en-us/contact-us, you may call us at 1 800-523-3945 and select Option 1, or send a facsimile request to 1 989-636-3674.
Engineering Principal (Protective Relay Controls)
Responsible to the assigned supervisor for performing advance engineering work activities and projects requiring the application of engineering knowledge in a safe, effective, efficient and economic accomplishment of assigned objective. Performance of highly advanced engineering work activities and projects requiring the application of engineering knowledge in a Protective Relay Controls for an electric utility.
Travel is expected between 15-20% to our locations across the country
This employee will be expected to be on-call during times as determined by the manager
1.Technical Expertise: Exhibits advanced level proficiency plus advanced knowledge of a specialized technical area that enables the engineer to serve as a resource for the company in an area such as system production, underground systems, extensive control systems, thermo-hydraulic control systems, distribution standards, fossil or nuclear plant operations, etc.
2.Leadership & Guidance: Influences the direction of thinking throughout the organizational unit as a recognized authority in an area of expertise. Leads, facilitates and coordinates work activities of others within work group, team, department, corporate entity, or those external to the company and assumes the role of project or function manager for assigned tasks.
3.Planning & Organization Ability: Develops, recommends, and implements plans that include all scheduling, resource, and cost information and control required to address complex engineering problems that require the input and efforts of a wide array of entities both internal and external to the company.
4.Problem Solving & Initiative: Identifies, clarifies, resolves, and initiates solutions to complex problems that require multi-functional, or organizational, interfacing and/or multi-disciplined analytical techniques. Develops opportunities and new ideas and approaches that have system-wide impact.
5.Communication: Leads in the preparation and presentation of complex technical subjects, clearly, concisely, and persuasively, bringing in ancillary issues before senior management, professional organizations, regulatory bodies, etc. Projects credibility and competence on technical issues and has highly developed presentation skills.
Builds teams and networks that extend through AEP, and other companies, professional organizations, regulatory agencies, and academia. Networks throughout AEP, other companies, professional organizations, and regulatory agencies.
7.Decision Making: Possesses the experience and knowledge to make some technical decisions based on calculated risks without management review. Makes decisions affecting long range plans and goals based on analysis of highly uncertain input and outcomes. Visualizes long-term results. Makes decisions where differences of opinion are likely to exist. Makes decisions that have an impact across organizational boundaries.
8.Business Awareness & Characteristics: Demonstrates vision in identifying business opportunities for the organizational unit. Understands how strategies and decisions impact the relationship with our customers and suppliers.
Journeyman Relay Technician Non-Dol Or DOL (Un667)
PAY RANGE: Base pay is determined by the Union Contract.
CLOSING DATE: This position will close on December 5, 2018.
LOCATION: Pueblo, CO
Responsible for programming, installation, testing and maintenance of protective relays in electric utility substation and generation environment. Additionally, this position will require working knowledge of SCADA remote terminal units.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: Relay & Controls Supervisor
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Protective relay job functions:
Perform testing, calibration, and maintenance of all installed protective relay equipment, including electromechanical, solid state and microprocessor systems.
Formulate automated relay tests and troubleshoot the testing process.
Adhere to standards and guidelines set forth by FERC, NERC and any other regulatory agency of the North American standards.
Test all equipment in accordance with the BHC Protection Systems Maintenance Program to satisfy NERC and FERC requirements.
SCADA RTU job functions:
Install and maintain substation SCADA Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) equipment.
Perform troubleshooting duties on substation SCADA Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) equipment.
Maintain Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) substation communication processors installations.
Create RTU and communication processor configuration files and support documentation.
Common job functions:
Install firmware upgrades in relays, RTUs, and communication equipment.
Maintain RTU Battery Maintenance program.
Installation, maintenance and testing of substation metering.
Wiring of substation instrument transformers, relays, panels and breakers.
Setting and testing of ATO controls and vacuum interrupter relay controls.
Testing various power-line carrier communications systems.
Testing of instrument transformers.
Setting and testing recloser controls.
Setting and checking for proper levels of voltage regulation of LTC's and regulators.
Knowledge and compliance to safety policies, procedures and standards established by the Company and regulatory agencies.
Attend safety meetings and other employee training as assigned.
Support Continuous Improvement efforts that directly impact the Relay & Controls group.
Support safety initiatives.
Perform system switching in accordance with established policy and 505 training practices.
Substation equipment commissioning and acceptance testing.
Work with engineering personnel during testing and troubleshooting.
Work irregular hours, travel and participate in rotating standby/call-out duty.
Maintain effective working relationship with direct supervisor and reporting manager.
Maintain effective working relationships with employees and customers. Includes but not limited to the following departments:
Willing to stay over-night, out of town and be available to travel as projects require.
Willing to work over-time and extended periods of time.
Work in storm restoration operation to rebuild and/or repair damaged power system.
Must live within 60 minutes of reporting location.
- A Journeyman Relay Technician Non-DOL shall have completed a qualified (4) year apprenticeship or have completed 7200 hours of documented journeyman relay technician training and be able to obtain Department of Labor (DOL) certification within eighteen (18) months from date of hire.
- A Journeyman Relay Technician DOL shall have completed a qualified (4) year apprenticeship and be Department of Labor (DOL) certified or equivalent certified apprenticeship program.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent required.
Associate's degree in Electrical/Electronic Technology or related area preferred.
Must possess solid state electronics background.
Proficient in trouble shooting of system protection problems and schemes.
Working knowledge of Electrical Theory.
Must possess schematic reading and diagnostic skills.
Understanding of protective relay principles and their application to three phase power systems.
Knowledge of relays used in transmission and distribution networks, generation, transformers, and substation applications.
Understanding of wiring techniques.
Familiar with substation Remote Terminal Units and SCADA equipment.
Knowledge of Intelligent Electronic Device (IED) protocols.
Knowledge of LANs, routers, and switches.
Strong computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.
Must have organizational and record keeping skills.
Must be able to work with minimum supervision.
Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact in a team based environment.
High regard for the goals of the company and its employees.
Demonstrate agility by adjusting to changing circumstances.
Ability to interpret manufacturer's equipment manuals.
Demonstrate safe work ethic.
Demonstrate problem solving abilities.
Ability to learn and utilize Company software applications.
Ability to maintain proficiency with new systems and software as technology evolves.
Ability to accurately read and interpret electrical drawings.
Ability to accurately revise drawings as necessary.
Skilled in the use of advanced electrical and electronic test equipment, including oscilloscopes, multimeters, relay test sets (both automatic and manual), and calibration equipment.
Ability to read electrical control schematics and maintain/update different types of electrical equipment drawings.
Ability to create and debug relay test macros.
- Must possess and maintain a valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with air brake endorsement or have the ability to obtain one within the first 30 days of employment.
Must remain current on all technologies introduced by the department in the area of responsibility.
This position may include some travel.
Occasionally performs work on or in close proximity to energized circuits or equipment.
Position requires the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including safety glasses, hard hat, and steel toed boots. Other PPE will be used as required.
Must be able to perform the essential job functions of the position with or without accommodation.
Must be able to lift 50 pounds.
Must be capable of working outside throughout the workday while being exposed to heat, cold, rain and snow. Must be able to perform physically demanding activities under these circumstances including lifting, lowering, carrying, reading and inspecting.
Walk and work across uneven terrain.
Perform some tasks from ladders.
Must be able to work with and distinguish between colors.
Adhere to all Company Safety and Health Policies.
The information contained in this position description describes the general nature and level of work being performed in this job. This description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, duties, and requirements for employees in this position. The incumbent is responsible for performing all duties in a safe and efficient manner in compliance with safe work procedures and safety regulations. This job description is not intended to constitute an offer or contract of employment. Job descriptions may and do change periodically. Where positions are covered by a collective bargaining unit agreement, the terms and conditions of the collective bargaining unit agreement will apply.
We are an EEO Employer
Chariot Logistics is in search on a carrier dispatcher to join our growing company. At Chariot dispatchers are responsible for relaying information to carriers and escalating issues withing our supply chain. This is a phone intensive position with the ability to objectively look at situations and complete tasks being the core competencies required to be successful. Ideal candidates are comfortable talking on the phone and getting details from situations and using those details to make critical decisions. If you feel like you could be a valuable member of our team please apply today
- Positive Attitude
- Good Work Ethic
- Ability to "Think on your Feet"
- Task Oriented Mindset
- Detail Oriented
College Degree or Experience in Transportation Dispatch Preferred but not required
Chariot Logistics Offers eligible employees company sponsored Heathcare
Chariot provides company cell phones and laptops and offers eligible employees paid time off. In addition to your PTO, Chariot employees receive the following Holidays paid off:
- New Year's Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Your Birthday-our gift to you!
Chariot Logistics provides a fun working atmosphere with many company sponsored "after work" events, Free Lunch Friday, Company Cookouts and more!
Commercial Sales-Community Solar Relay Power
Overview: Commercial Sales-Community Solar
Relay Power, a groundbreaking company on a mission to make renewable energy and energy efficiencyaccessible to everyone, is looking for a highly-motivated candidates for our exciting new CommercialSales position.
Relay Power's mission is to offer clean energy to everyone! Relay connects thecommunity to our local community solar farms to save people money and live more sustainably! .As a Commercial Sales rep you will be the main point of contact for business interested in clean energy,creating the initial interest, recommending the solution, and moving the customer to action. Successfulcandidates must have stellar communication skills, attention to detail, and interest in following leadprocess management.
The Rep will directly market to businesses to initiate contact, and will use our cleanenergy platform for customer engagement.What You'll Do● Develop comprehensive knowledge of the all clean energy offers.● Initiate contact via direct marketing, email, and calling● Communicate professionally, intelligently and persuasively to engage customers on the value andbenefits of our comprehensive clean energy product offering.● Close the sale with required documents completed.● Manage time effectively to hit monthly sales targets.Must-Haves● Previous sales experience. Proven success in direct sales a plus.● Strong oral and communication skills.● Ability to explain complex topics clearly and concisely to others.● Must be a self-starter with a strong work ethic and willingness to explore and implement newsolutions● Genuine enthusiasm for the vision of Relay Power
Sr Technician Relay
Westar Energy is an electric utility serving approximately 685,000 customers in Kansas. We are currently seeking candidates for a Sr.
Relay Technician, wage rate $47.15, or Relay Technician, wage rate $43.28. The reporting location for these positions will be at Westar's Manhattan Service Center or Salina Service Center. Please find below a list of the minimum requirements for the position. The candidates must supply their qualifications in the documentation submitted to be considered for the position.
Senior Technicians, Relay shall be Technicians who have demonstrated their leadership and ability to plan and direct the work of others. They shall possess experience in the construction and maintenance of system protection and control of substations.
They shall have the ability to interpret and use the Company's plans and specifications and have thorough knowledge of the Company's safety rules and practices. They shall have personal characteristics suitable for making contacts with customers and the public which are necessary in their line of duty.
Technicians, Relay shall be skilled workers having four (4) years training as Technician Apprentice, Relay who possess the required knowledge, skill and physical ability to perform any work they may be called upon to do in connection with the installation, repair and maintenance of apparatus equipment and wiring used in system protection and control of substations and other equipment. Provides technical support for other departments.
Minimum qualifications require a two (2) year college degree in electronics or the equivalent with a four year Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology degree preferred. They shall be qualified through knowledge and experience to assist other Technicians, Relay or Senior Technicians."
This is a highly technical position dealing with all types of power system control and protective relay schemes. The successful candidate must possess skills in the following areas:
Local area networks and telecommunications
The applicant will be required to live within 30 minutes driving time of Manhattan or Salina Service Center and will be subject to emergency call outs and overtime, at times with minimal notice, and will need to be prepared to work in wide-ranging climates and types of weather. The successful applicant must be willing and able to fulfill overtime demands which can be can be significant and inconvenient at times.
The successful applicant must to be willing to fill this need to maintain reliable electric service to Westar's customers. The applicant must have a satisfactory work record including good attendance.
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