American Transmission Company Transmission Planning Engineer in Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Summary of Responsibilities:
Do you enjoy using technology to anticipate the future? We’re looking for a Transmission Planning Engineer to model and analyze our transmission network to produce reliability assessments and develop plans to meet future system needs.
ATC employees enjoy flexible schedules and you’ll use your bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering to perform power flow studies. You’ll use your knowledge of power systems to assess limitations on our system. You’ll use economic analyses to develop cost prudent short- and long-term transmission system plans. All these efforts will help ATC ensure compliance with relevant FERC orders, NERC Reliability Standards and shape industry policy.
The work our Transmission Planning Engineers perform is crucial to confirm the need for projects, refine project scopes and ensure development of appropriate alternatives, schedules, and cost estimates. You’ll support teams at ATC as well as our customers and MISO.
If you enjoy looking into the future with modeling and data, join a team that’s been named to the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel’s Top Workplaces list for the past several years!
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Equal Opportunity Employer:
ATC is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to foster diverse teams of talented people working safely together. We respect and embrace diversity of all aspects and hire, train and promote employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, genetics, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage women, minorities, veterans and individuals with a disability to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any characteristic protected by law.
American Transmission Co. is a transmission-only electric utility that helps keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois. As owner and operator of more than 9,530 miles of transmission lines and 530 substations, we help meet the electric needs of more than 5 million people in our service area.