Renewable Energy

Commissioning Engineer for HVDC Transmission – Control & Protection

Published on: 09/29/22

Region:
Europe
Country:
Romania
City:
Bucharest
Reference:
29766
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Job Description

For one of our clients in the renewables industry in Romania, we are looking for Commissioning Engineer for HVDC Transmission – Control & Protection to work in Bucharest, Romania.

Responsibilities:

  • Planning, execution, and evaluation of Factory Acceptance Tests at sub-suppliers/ manufacturer's workshops.
  • Integration test and functional tests of the entire HVDC control system (C&P hardware and software) in our test center at the Head Quarter.
  • Technically flawless, on-time and economical execution of the commissioning of HVDC systems on site.
  • Preparation of test procedures for the functional testing of the control and protection systems (C&P) as well as the associated primary components and secondary systems/ interfaces including preparation of required documentation/ protocols and revision of drawings.
  • Support of the commissioning management in work safety, quality, risk and claim management.
  • Participation in improvement programs (e.g. Lean, Reviews and Lessons Learned).

Requirements
  • Completed studies in electrical engineering, energy technology or comparable training/qualification.
  • Good knowledge in one or more of the following areas: project planning and testing via programming platforms (MATLAB/SIMULINK, Siemens SIMATIC TDC/S7, CFC, grid protection systems/protection relays & bay control units (DIGSI / Siprotec V4/5).
  • Experience in the field of HVDC systems (open-loop and closed-loop control, measurement, protection, and communication systems) desirable.
  • Good knowledge in power converter technology and high-voltage switchgear/ transmission technology.
  • English language skills, further language skills, especially German, are very welcome.
  • Willingness for worldwide business trips and mainly long-term assignments on construction sites and abroad as well as optional deployments on offshore platforms.