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Eversource Energy Engineer - Substation in Manchester, New Hampshire

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Individual is responsible for the application, design, and documentation of electrical equipment within Substations on the Distribution and Transmission system within the Eversource-NH system, typically 12.47 - 345kV. Responsibilities include designing the installation of circuit breakers, reclosers, fuses, switches, transformer and ancillary equipment. Supporting the development and maintenance of electrical system data within the Cascade and Thermal Rating system. Functioning as an active and responsible project team member executing the substation team’s responsibilities and work in a collaborative team effort to accomplish the project’s and Eversource’s goal and objective.

Typical assignments involve detailed design of equipment installation, development, review or modifications to equipment material specification, layouts, safety considerations, working clearance and ordering material.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

A Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology and 3 years of related experience is required. Other requirements include strong analytical/computer skills, and an aptitude for detailed engineering. The ideal candidate will also have a power engineering background, and be familiar with substation engineering concepts and principles. A valid motor vehicle operator's license is required. Will have storm restoration and emergency assignments.

Please include a resume with your application.

Worker Type:

Regular

Number of Openings:

1

EEO Statement

Eversource Energy is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, religion, disability status, or protected veteran status.

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