Education & Experience Required :|
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering / Technology or related field of study.
Minimum of 3 years of experience in engineering, including power system engineering, civil engineering.
Knowledge of transmission engineering.
Knowledge of national and international standards and regulations and compliance requirements associated with power system engineering.
Experience with electric transmission engineering technologies and computer applications desired: Lidar, PLSCADD, SAG10, etc.
EIT or ability to obtain certification.
Strong analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal and communication skills.
Project management skills desired.
Scope of Work - Main duties, settings, geography, reporting relationships, other relationships:
Provides engineering, design, cost estimates and project support for the construction and operation of electric transmission line facilities. Provides liaison with other departments, divisions, vendors or consultants and coordinates with government agencies, customers, other utilities or groups. Applies company, local, state, and national codes and standards and ensures compliance with regulatory requirements. Develops and maintains transmission design standards.
MAJOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Scope of work - range of responsibilities):
Reviews and approves specifications for equipment and civil/structural/electrical consulting services.
Prepares and/or reviews projects' scope and design concepts.
Provides engineering designs and standards for transmission lines and structures.
Coordinates, supervises and approves transmission designs from outside consultants. Coordinates civil or electrical projects with consultants.
Participates in real-estate and environmental routing of new transmission lines and ensures that EPA and DEP standards are met with for environmental standards.
Provides engineering support during emergency restoration efforts on the transmission system.
Competency Requirements :
It is preferred that for this job, the candidate fulfills the requirements in terms of levels indicated below. For details of the competencies and the different levels, refer to the Iberdrola Competency model below.
1. Delivering for the Business :
Global view of the Business – Competent level
Achieving Results and continuous improvements - Initial level
Initiative – Initial level
Innovation & Creativity - Competent level
2. Global Relationships:
Flexibility & Globalization - Competent level
Customer Focus - Initial level
Communicating & Influencing – Competent level
Team Work - Initial level
3. Global Leadership:
Team management – Initial level
Developing Others - Competent level
Iberdrola IUSA Competency Model
1. Delivering for the Business:
Global view of the Business:
Initial – Knows and understands own area of responsibility.
Competent – Identifies and understands the relationships and links with other areas across the organization.
Advanced – Can identify how his/her own business area contributes to the Iberdrola Group.
Expert – Hasa view of the organizational environment and the external market.
Achieving Results and continuous improvements
Initial – Performs work adequately, striving for effectiveness. Achieves agreed goals.
Competent – Creates own working standards, places high demands on him/herself and the results achieved.
Advanced – Makes changes in order to improve performance or results.
Expert – Assumes new challenges, taking calculated risks.
Initial – Solves problems in day-to-day role.
Competent – Acts quickly and decisively in uncertain situations.
Advanced – Anticipates problems and opportunities and acts accordingly.
Expert – Creates opportunities and acts with future vision.
Innovation & Creativity
Initial – Willingly accepts innovative approaches.
Competent – Has innovative ideas by applying experiences and knowledge already learned.
Advanced – Fosters creative, innovative atmosphere in his/her working environment.
Expert – Innovates & creates new concepts (Products, services, processes etc).
2. Global Relationships:
Flexibility & Globalization
Initial – Accepts the need to be flexible, reacts with a positive attitude to changes.
Competent – Adapts his/her way of working to new requirements.
Advanced – Facilitates change, adapts action strategy according to the changes in the internal/external environment.
Expert – Instigates change.
Initial – Responds to customer requests.
Competent – Commits to the Customer.
Advanced – Improves Service for current needs.
Expert – Anticipates future needs.
Communicating & Influencing
Initial – Communicates appropriately with others within the usual working environment.
Competent – Effectively communicates in more complex situations with a variety of people, with whom there may or may not be regular contact.
Advanced – Exerts influence by using persuasive and convincing techniques.
Expert – Uses net work of contacts positively and encourages collaboration to successfully achieve objectives.
Initial – Participates in the team.
Competent – Involves himself/herself proactively in the team.
Advanced – Creates a team.
Expert – Promotes teamwork across departments.
3. Global Leadership:
Initial – Encourages team effectiveness by distributing tasks appropriately.
Competent – Takes each team member into account when making decisions, as well as the team as a whole.
Advanced – Demands High performance.
Expert – His/her team interacts in an optimal way across the organization.
Initial – Carries out specific development actions.
Competent – Performs constant development activities for the team as a whole.
Advanced – Proposes and carries out individual development activities.
Expert – Generates a culture of professional development, contributing to the sustained growth of the organization.
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