Engineering Technologist II
Date Posted: November 4, 2020
Deadline: November 1, 2014
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Minimum of a two year degree in a technical discipline, such as electronics, construction, electrical, mechanical or civil engineering or technology or High School diploma with significant field experience, with progress toward two year degree requirement.
Typically 2 to 4 years? experience in Distribution Engineering.
Valid driver?s license.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Decision making skills.
Basic Computer Skills.
Knowledge of Basic Electricity.
Knowledge of distribution construction standards & methods.
Comprehension of legal documents.
Understanding of Work Management systems.
Demonstrated competency in the Distribution Engineering Associate job skills.
4 years distribution engineering experience.
Thorough understanding of Electric Distribution materials, work procedures, and work dependencies.
2 Year Tech degree or 4 Year BS Degree.
Proficient user of PC based programs commonly used in analyzing, preparing and managing field work.
Understanding of R&I/System planning processes.
Knowledge and proficiency in company higher level analysis programs and tools.
APC is seeking an Engineering Technologist II for a position in Greenwood, SC.
One purpose of this position may be to accurately evaluate options, and design safe, cost-effective, reliable facilities for new residential, commercial and industrial, single phase and three phase projects. This position may also design major circuit construction and rebuild projects across a geographic area. Due to this position?s customer interaction and/or job complexity, the Distribution Engineering Specialist is one of Electric Distribution?s primary face-to-face contacts with key customers (both internal and external) requiring them to be self-motivated, savvy, reliable, and trustworthy; as well as technically competent.
This self-directed individual develops relationships with internal and external customers, builders, developers, electricians, other utilities, city officials, etc., and promotes methods and procedures that maximize effectiveness.
This position may be responsible for designing complex distribution projects such as downtown underground projects, extra facilities projects, high profile projects, projects requiring the highest reliability, etc.
Another purpose of this position may be to accurately evaluate voltage, loading, and reliability on the electric distribution system, provide cost-effective solutions to allow for system expansion, and to maximize safety and service reliability.
Furthermore, the position may be also be used to complete outage follow up and implement outage prevention measures on distribution facilities in an assigned area.
This individual may also be involved in the resolution of power quality issues.
The position may assist in the training of other engineering classifications.
It provides engineering expertise to recognize and resolve engineering problems, assists in interpreting codes, standards, regulations, requirements, and guidelines.
Work contributes significantly to balancing customer service and reliability needs within capital budget constraints.