Owing to continued growth and high demand for our services, we are now seeking to recruit an electrical engineer to join our expanding Electrical/Control & Instrumentation team based in Glasgow.
To support renewable project developments, providing appropriate engineering input at various points from design and implementation to commissioning.
The principal responsibilities of this post are:
- Provision of grid connection advice in the form of feasibility studies, applications, process, costs and technical compliance.
- Preparation and review of contract technical documents; specifications, reports and drawings against customer requirements.
- Carry out power systems analysis including load flow, short circuit, transient stability and harmonics for determining equipment specification, ratings and losses.
- Design of HV and LV power systems for renewable projects including the specification and costing of plant, equipment and protection.
- Provide advice on testing and commissioning of plant and equipment in the form of writing and reviewing procedures.
- Assessing the quality of work on site on the behalf of clients against a specification.
- Attending off site meetings and surveys.
You will have suitable experience and knowledge in some of the following areas:
- Grid code technical requirements and associated industry technical specifications including codes, agreements, charging methodologies and costs.
- Preparing and reviewing technical schedules for FIDIC EPC/BOP contracts and Turbine Supply Agreements.
- Switchgear, cables, lines, transformers and reactive compensation equipment at voltage levels up to 400kV.
- SCADA and protection equipment requirements associated with transmission, distribution and renewable projects.
- Industry standard power systems analysis packages such as IPSA, Digsilent or PSSE.
- Industry design and construction standards, practices and specifications including system earthing requirements.
- Plant and equipment FATs and SATs.
Other duties may include but are not limited to:
- Technical assessment of renewable products.
- Attending site meetings and projects outside the UK.
- Other ad hoc activities as and when required.
Hours: 37 hours per week. Occasional evenings to attend meetings.
Holidays: 23 days and 9 public holidays.
Contract: Permanent after 3 month probationary period.
Training: Active encouragement of personal and professional development.
Equal opportunities: We follow an equal opportunities policy.
Salary: Negotiable - dependent upon experience.
Location: Glasgow but travel as required.
Skills / Experience
- An interest in renewable energy and/or sustainability.
- Knowledge of submarine cable and HVDC systems.
- Knowledge of contestable connections.
- Project management and CDM Coordination.
Any additional project background in the following areas is desirable:
- Power system analysis and fault level studies.
- System earthing.
- Power systems transmission infrastructure projects.
- Renewable generation projects.
to view the employer's profile and apply
If you are already registered