Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering. Professional Engineering License (PE) in the State of Washington preferred but not required. Five or more years with increasing responsibility in electrical utility transmission and distribution system protection, engineering, operational support and/or planning.
Knowledge and Skills
Knowledge of – power engineering principles, electric system operation and strong working knowledge and application of all system protective devices, relays and associated telecommunication equipment in use at the District; transmission and distribution system planning, maintenance practices, equipment specifications and performance limits; applicable codes, legislation, and standards such the NESC, NEC, NERC, NWPPA, WAC, RCW, IEEE, WECC and FERC; Microsoft Office, Aspen OneLiner, Aspen Line Constants, AutoCAD, AcSELerator Quickset, Synergi Electric, CDEGS, or other similar tools.
Skills in – demonstrating expertise with a minimum of 5 years experience with techniques, tools and accomplishments in system protection and at least one of the following transmission and/or distribution system functions: planning, operations, or design; communicating effectively both verbally and in writing; effectively presenting to District personnel in either internal or public settings; providing leadership and guidance in a team environment; developing and maintaining strong working relationships with colleagues, peers and all levels of management; demonstrating District Values in daily work practices
A valid State driver’s license is required.
Majority of work is performed in a standard office setting, with some field work that may require operation of a vehicle.