Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: February 14, 2016
City: Columbia, SC
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Students must be currently enrolled in and pursuing an Associates? degree in Engineering Technology with an emphasis in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical or a Civil discipline and be willing to commit to a 3-month summer work schedule. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required. Candidates must meet the requirements of the SCANA Co-Op Program.
Students may perform a variety of duties related to the operation of the electric distribution, electric transmission, electric substation or protective relaying systems. Duties may include:
? Electric distribution - assisting in the design of additions and modifications to SCE&G?s electrical system utilizing circuit single line diagrams; designs include certain specifications and calculations including pole height and class, conductor size, transformer size and connections, and anchor and guy wire size; assisting in the preparation of minor work orders, which consists of detail construction drawings plus estimates of material and labor required for completion of work.
? Electric transmission - evaluating License Agreements and Joint-use Agreements based on field assessments and/or engineering evaluations, material procurement, and inventory reconciliation.
? Electric substation - assisting with transformer testing, to include power factor and oil quality testing and may also include cataloging equipment on the Power Delivery System database.
? Protective relaying - installing, testing, calibrating, maintaining and troubleshooting protective relaying, SCADA and control systems in electrical substations.
Students may utilize a variety of computer programs to include work management system (WMS), geographic information systems (GIS), AutoCad and Microsoft Office. In addition, students may work with several of our line crews, substation crews, technical specialists and engineers in the field and perform a variety of functions to include facility installations and outage restoration. Students must be available to work after hours, scheduled overtime and call out work as required.