Public Service Engineer
Dane, WI

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Perform engineering functions of a professional nature in the regulation of electric public utilities. The primary responsibilities involve the review and analysis of electric transmission system plans including the performance of transmission system simulation modeling. Areas of responsibilities include investigations into compliance with the Wisconsin State Electric Code and electric service rules for the state’s electric utilities, the review and critique of utility construction projects which consist of engineering and economic analyses, coordination with other Commission staff and other agencies, liaison and interaction with utility officials, preparation of reports and other documents, and assisting in the preparation of testimony and development of recommendations to the Commission.

Special Notes :
A background check will be conducted on any hire new to state service. Minimum requirement for this Public Service Engineer position is graduation from an accredited college or university with a four-year degree in electrical, civil, mechanical, or environmental engineering; or possession of a PE (Registration as a Professional Engineer); or possession of an EIT (Engineer-In-Training) license for the State of Wisconsin.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Working knowledge of: electrical engineering theories and principles related to the planning, design, construction, and operation of electric utility facilities; electric metering; and power generation, transmission, and distribution systems; the cost of power system equipment and facilities and some knowledge of the theory and application of engineering economics as it relates to electric utility systems and operations; and, the use of specialized engineering analysis and modeling applications. Knowledge of and familiarity with: environmental requirements affecting facility routing and siting. Knowledge of rates and rules (tariffs) and of the service areas, power system and operating practices, and characteristics of Wisconsin electric utilities. Ability to conduct field inspections, investigations and audits of electric utility service, safety, plant, operations and procedures. Considerable ability to use current computer technology for office application, such as word processing, spreadsheet analysis, data base management, etc.

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