New York Power Authority Associate Protection & Control Engineer in White Plains, New York
Associate Protection & Control Engineer
White Plains, US
Protection and Control is responsible for the secure and dependable operation of the relay protection system to enhance the reliability of the bulk electric system. You will apply state-of-the-art protective relaying design and analysis for Power Generation and Distribution Systems, HV and EHV Transmission System, and Digital Tele-protection Communication Systems. Relaying system design includes development of complete engineering design packages for protective relaying and communications systems, including AC one-line and three-line diagrams, DC schematics, logic and functional diagrams.#LI -VB1
This is the second level for an engineer. This level differentiates from the entry level in that the incumbent is assigned slightly more complex engineering tasks and should be capable of recognizing abnormal variances of results. The incumbent should begin to develop a basic understanding of NYPA generation, transmission systems and equipment. During his/her tenure at this level, the engineer involved in design work should sit for the EIT exam.
The incumbent works with greater independence, however, projects are still assigned by Manager/Director or Senior Engineers. Works under moderate supervision, receiving advice and guidance from Senior Engineers. All work is reviewed for accuracy and completeness.
Perform system disturbance analysis and recommending protective relaying system modification and/or additions, if required.
Interface with manufacturers, consultants, professional organizations, regulatory and standardizing bodies (i.e.NPCC, IEEE, etc.) in order to maintain familiarity with and stay conversant with the requirements in the very broad area of power system protection and control.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The incumbent builds upon entry level skills, and starts to develop a better working knowledge of the Authority's engineering and operating policies, practices, and goals, and the electric utility industry. The incumbent runs computer analyses, such as transient stability and voltage analyses, and reports results. At this level the incumbent must demonstrate proficiency using NYPA's engineering software.
Conclusions will be simple, and based on data analyses. Engineers at this level are encouraged to interpret results and in some instances make recommendations.
This position requires general engineering knowledge, and a basic understanding of the utility industry. Perspective at this level is limited to a specific engineering function with an awareness of NYPA's related activities and operations. For example, at this level the incumbent should be familiar with a per unit system.
Education, Experience and Certifications
Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent, from an accredited college or university.
Strong understanding of power system theory.
Minimum of 3 years of related work experience.
Approximately 25% travel primarily within NY State.
Military Occupational Specialty Codes
MOS - Army: 12A, 12B, 12P, 18C, 24A, 24Z, 51S
MOS - Marines: 1120, 1302, 1310, 8824, 8831, 8832, 9622, 9624, 9630, 9631, 9632, 9636
MOS - Navy : EA, MME, UT, 2166, 2167, 2170, 2180, 2181, 2740, 4210, 4270, 4280, 5761, 5904, 5913, 5917, 5925, 5927, 5960, 5961, 5970, 5980, 7273
New York Power Authority is committed to providing fair, competitive, and market-informed compensation. The target salary range for this position is: $86,510 - $129,770. Salary offered will be determined based the successful candidates’ relevant experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities.
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