WTS Energy is seeking to hire Lead E & I Substation Engineer for one of its client who is a reputed EPCM company.
The responsibilities of Lead E & I Substation Engineer will include but are not limited to the following,
§ Support Project team to develop significant electrical transmission and distribution network engineering solutions
§ Generate cost effective and reliable design for 33kV and 132kV grid substation and Substation automation system
§ Prepare planning and detailed project estimates, including engineering, materials, and construction
§ Prepare equipment, material and construction specification and scope documents for EPC tenders and contracts
§ Perform design document reviews from EPC contractors and field reviews of work during construction
§ Experience in a consulting engineering environment, able to rapidly task switch between projects
§ Knowledge and thorough understanding of medium and high voltage substation, transmission engineering and material take offs
§ Thorough understanding and knowledge of application software to include SCADA and AutoCAD.
§ Knowledge in power line carrier communication system
§ Experience in SCADA HV: TIP Signal list, co-ordination with HV signal list, parameterization of IEC addresses in SAS, pre- commissioning, and commissioning of LDC interoperability.
§ Experience in Substation Automation System: Base design, IED (Protection, BCU, Switches), SAS Parameterization, Protection Relay Parameterization, BCU Parameterization, SAS Parameterization, FAT, Preparation and submission of FAT Report, Follow-up and Incorporation of FAT Comments, Preparation, and submission of SAT.
§ Knowledge and understanding of engineering standards: ANSI, IEEE, ASCE, ACI and IEC that relate to substation design and transmission design
§ Preparing cost effective design for EPC projects and Knowledge of design documents preparation and reviews
§ Bachelor’s degree in electronics and instrumentation or electrical engineering
§ Minimum 15 years’ experience in substation, transmission, and distribution system design