Senior Electrical Engineer (CT)
Burns & McDonnell - Wallingford, CT

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Design of high voltage electrical substations (69kV-500kV) including physical substation design and protection & control design. Work with client to develop scope of work and conceptual design for modifications to existing substations. Develop commissioning schedules for major T&D projects and specifications for substation equipment and functional testing. Provide leadership, guidance and instruction to less experienced staff members on the development of one & three line diagrams, schematics and wiring diagrams. Developing client relationships.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from accredited program. Minimum 7 years related experience (completion of master's degree in related field may be substituted for one year of experience). Excellent written & verbal communication skills. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. This position requires an individual capable of applying intensive and diversified knowledge of principles and practices to broad areas of assignments. Must be capable of devising new approaches to problems encountered. Previous consulting experience preferred. Professional Engineer.

Ability to prepare relay settings for numerical relays, perform ASPEN studies and testing background a plus.

EOE

Schedule

Full-time

Travel

Yes, 10 % of the Time

Primary Location

US-CT-Wallingford

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