MISO Energy Resource Adequacy Engineer (I - III) in Carmel, Indiana
Position Location: Carmel, IN; Eagan, MN; or Little Rock, AR
Are you an electrical engineer who possess strong self-initiative and is always looking for new ways to accomplish tasks? Do you have great communication skills along with strong data analytical skills? Do you have an interest in automating processes and increasing efficiency?
Does the thought of being part of a company that impacts over 42 million people by helping ensure they have electricity excite you?
If so, read on…
As our Resource Adequacy Engineer, you will help our members ensure there is sufficient electrical capacity in times of need so we can maintain a reliable grid. You will have the opportunity to determine the Planning Reserve Margin for our footprint, administer MISO’s Planning Resource Auction, perform capacity accreditation, and collaborate to develop new tools and processes.
As our Resource Adequacy Engineer, you will be part of a cross-functional team that establishes MISO’s Planning Reserve Margins .
You will determine wind/solar/battery storage capacity credits, automate and make the current analyses more efficient or alternative methods that provide similar accuracy but conducted in a shorter timeframe.
In one year as our Resource Adequacy Engineer, you will know you were successful when we’ve helped our members navigate the on-going resource fleet transition and meet MISO’s Resource Adequacy requirements.
We are looking for talented professionals who have:
A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering technology, electrical and computer engineering, electrical and electronic engineering or electronics and computer engineering technology, Data Science, Statistics, Mathematics, or related field, (or 2 years relevant work experience equivalency).
Experience or ability to learn running studies using Astrape SERVM, GE MARs, Siemens PSSE, MUST and/or PowerGEM TARA.
Appropriate level will be determined based upon experience and knowledge.
See what MISO is all about!
MISO manages the electricity superhighway in the Central U.S. Through use of groundbreaking research and advanced technology, our highly skilled employees ensure power flows reliably to 42 million Americans. Operating the electricity grid, running a robust energy market, planning for a bright future – it’s what our immensely talented and dedicated team does every day.
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Apply today for the opportunity to help us keep the lights on!