MISO Energy Modeling Services Engineer I-III in Little Rock, Arkansas
Position Location: Carmel, IN; Eagan, MN; Little Rock, AR
Are you an engineer with an interest in power systems looking to perform a critical function that enables the operation of transmission lines, substations, wind farms and power plants affecting over 45 million people? Are you interested in facilitating the studies necessary to transform the electrical power grid to meet the needs of tomorrow?
If so, read on…
Our Modeling Services Engineer collects information from our transmission owners and market participants in order to build the data models for MISO’s systems that run, protect, and plan the future of the electric grid.
You will be part of an experienced and diverse team foundational to achieving MISO’s core vision of being the most reliable, value-creating RTO.
As a Modeling Services Engineer , you will also have the opportunity to work on groundbreaking projects at MISO to implement a Model Management System, upgrade our Energy Management System, improve the Day-Ahead and Real-Time Market System, and incorporate Distributed Energy Resources into the MISO planning, operations, and market systems..
Lastly, as a Modeling Services Engineer , you will be able to apply your technical skills, interpersonal skills, and knowledge of power systems to satisfy our many customers, both internal and external to MISO.
In one year as a Modeling Services Engineer , you will know you’re successful if:
You have taken the lead and responsibility for maintaining and improving a portion of MISO’s model.
You are helping to build and craft MISO’s future modeling processes using the MISO Model Manager system.
You create representative future models used in transmission expansion and resource interconnection and retirement studies to ensure the reliability of the electric grid 1, 2, 5 and 10 years into the future.
You have gained an understanding of how your work in modeling services impacts dozens of other departments at MISO.
We are looking for hardworking engineers who have:
At least a Bachelor’s degree in any of the following:
Electrical Engineering Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology
Proven experience with power system modeling, power flow software, transmission/distribution planning, state estimation, transient analysis, contingency analysis, or related electric utility electrical engineering work experience
Appropriate level will be determined based upon experience and knowledge.
Apply today for this great opportunity!
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 45 million people. 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!