Power Systems Engineer

Power Systems Engineer
DVL Group, Inc. has the talent, experience, technology and service to build a superior data center infrastructure, providing a solution for today and tomorrow. With the strength of Liebert behind DVL, a comprehensive, consultative first step that defines the strategic approach to your needs, innovative assessment tools, frequent on-site reviews and analyses, and more, DVL is perfecting the science of data center infrastructure implementation. We have continued to improve the data center infrastructure implementation process over the last 30 years.
We are looking to add a Power Systems Engineer, with at least three years professional full-time integrated electrical controls work experience (intern and research work do not qualify as full-time work experience). This Engineer will work with other Engineers, the DVL Sales Engineers, Program Management, Contractors/Engineers, Equipment Manufacturers and with the end user customer. It includes being responsible for the whole Engineering project from conception to completion.
Running an integrated electrical controls project from start-to-finish including the following major tasks:
Working with the Sales Engineer to help define & budget a desired project.
Upon closing of the project, honing the budget costs to actual projected costs.
Developing submittal drawings as required for the project.
Working & coordinating with outside switchgear vendors (General Electric, Square D, DVM, etc.) as required.
Providing schematics for the exact design of the controls, basically all wiring on the secondarys of the PTs, CPTs, PTs, breaker secondary contacts, relays, generator control devices, power supplies, PLCs, networking & communications, annunciation, control switches, etc.
Set up & write the PLC control & redundancy logic, HMI graphics and pages as required to accomplish the desired operations.
Become familiar with and apply & program Woodward Generator control devices. Interface to the PLC as required.
Become familiar with and apply & program SEL, GE, Schneider or Basler protective relay devices. Interface to the PLC as required.
Oversee the construction of the system.
Write the specific sequence of operations, factory & field test scripts.
Participate in site & construction coordination meetings as required.
Run the factory witness test.
Field check, test, startup, commissioning, and training as required.
Ongoing service as required.
Assist in closing documentation requirements.
Perform start up, maintenance & troubleshooting of ATSs and other electrical control systems as required.
Set up protective relaying systems as required to achieve desired Generator parallel operations or Utility/generator parallel operations.
Works in a safe manner. Follows SAS/DVL safety policies, OSHA standard safety practices, and customer site safety requirements. Provides supervision to ensure that when working at customer locations; safety procedures and practices are understood by our personnel and sub-contractors and are followed.
Correctly completes and submits required SAS time sheets and expense reports in a timely manner.
Organizational Skills
Interpersonal Skills
Customer Service
Technical Knowledge
Three to five years professional full-time integrated electrical controls work experience (intern and research work do not qualify as full-time work experience) relating to the responsibilities of the job is required.
Experience working with a major Switchgear Manufacturer or Assembler, Controls Shop, Generator Dealer or Distributor, PLC or Controls Manufacturer or Control Systems provider is highly preferred.
BS degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or an Engineering related degree like Electrical Power Engineering preferred but not required
AutoCAD and/or Promise E experience preferred for preparation of electrical single lines, schematics, elevations, floor plans, various control systems, mechanical piping systems, etc.
A general understanding of Electrical generation, distribution, conditioning & control systems as well as the control devices commonly utilized with them
Understanding of and experience with the National Electric Code
Knowledge of NFPA 70E & OSHA electrical safety regulations
A solid command of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, PowerPoint, etc.).
A general understanding of the Construction Design-Bid Build & Design-Build processes
Experience with General Electric and/or Allen Bradley PLC systems and their software
Experience with SCADA systems application & deployment
Experience with Woodward Control devices is preferred
Experience with SEL, GE, Schneider, Basler protection & Control products is preferred
Must be a U.S. Citizen or National of the U.S., an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, or an alien authorized to work in the U.S.
We will not sponsor a visa for this or future positions
Must be currently located in the same geographic location as the job or willing to relocate yourself
Our Company takes innovation in our industry very seriously, and theres nothing like the feeling of being revolutionary. What we like most, though, is making things happen getting results in creative ways. We know this kind of approach takes top candidates, so we offer a highly competitive compensation and benefits package including:
Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)(Yep, that's right! Why be an employee when you can also be an owner?!)
401(k) Retirement Program and Company Match
Medical & Prescription Drug
Voluntary Vision
15 Paid Time Off days and 9 Holidays per calendar year
FREE Short & Long-Term Disability
FREE Basic Life/AD&D
Voluntary Supplemental Life insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts (Health Care and Dependent Care)
Employee Assistance Program
Health Advocate
Tuition Reimbursement
CARING: We care about the success of our customers, our partners, our associates, and our company.
COLLABORATION: Working with the team to achieve the best outcome, which is critical to our success.
CREATIVITY: Being creative with ideas to improve the way we do things.
INTEGRITY: We are not afraid to do the right thing.
PROFESSIONALISM: Professional behavior is a cornerstone of our business.

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