Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative is now accepting applications for an Electrical Engineer.
The duties for the electrical engineer include: To assure that the electric facilities of the cooperative are constructed, maintained and operated to accepted industry standards in accordance with sound engineering design. To assure that electric facilities meet applicable standards and code requirements. To assure adequate planning, including long and short range plans, and programs for the orderly development of distribution and substation facilities and provide expertise for day to day questions, concerns and issues.
Other duties include:
Conduct engineering studies to evaluate and improve system coordination;
Assist with maintaining engineering analysis model (MilSoft WindMil, Light Table and NISC Operations Analytics);
Assist with annual budget preparation and justification;
Correspond with connected and business partner utilities on operating and planning matters;
Participate as a technical advisor as needed in the field and in developing and implementing a proactive program to address NEV issues and substation construction;
Possess a working knowledge of load management (LM), automated meter infrastructure (AMI), distribution/substation automation (SCADA) systems and develop a familiarization of related technologies;
Assist with technical support and provides guidance to staking technicians in the design and layout of construction projects as needed – particularly with large power loads;
Provide training and development opportunities for the staff of the engineering/operations department.
Valid Driver's License
EIT Certification and/or engineering experience with electric distribution system a plus.
Additional Salary Information: To apply, or for more information, please visit http://www.acecwi.com/Careers.aspx to download an application. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 30th.
About Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative
Our service area includes approximately 2,500 square miles in the central Wisconsin counties of: Adams, Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Green Lake, Jefferson, Marquette, Portage, Sauk, Waupaca, Waushara and Wood. Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative is a rural electric distribution cooperative serving approximately 31,560 member/owners in parts of 12 Central Wisconsin counties. As such, it is the largest rural electric cooperative in Wisconsin and the largest in Region Five of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.