Transmission Line Engineer --- Job #1412-3

Company Name:
Key Technical Solutions
Position: Transmission Line Engineer
Minimum Education: Associate Degree
Minimum Experience: 1-10 years
Responsible for transmission line engineering including detailed design for high-voltage and extra-high-voltage transmission projects. Candidates may prepare, provide guidance, or assist in preparing and developing the engineering deliverables for electric transmission projects - including line routing, structure selection & design, plan & profile drawings, hardware & conductor selection, equipment & construction specifications, and all associated calculations. Detailed knowledge of NESC code requirements and transmission & structure design software (PLS-CADD, PLS-Pole, PLS-Tower, Sag10, AutoCAD, MicroStation, etc.) is required.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Under minimal supervision, in the area of expertise will provide:
Engineering/ technical expertise and guidance in the identification, analysis, and resolution of problems
Effective planning, organizing, estimating, scheduling and monitoring of work activities
Thorough and accurate technical supports, correspondence, documentation, calculations, and sketches
Continuous improvement of job-related, engineering, technical and professional knowledge, skills, and performance
Effective oral and written communication skills/ Accurate Records & Files

Required Qualifications:
Graduate of four year college or university with Bachelor of Science of Engineering Degree; BSCE or BSEE preferred. Candidates who hold an Associate Degree or strong work history may be considdered.
1 to 10+ years' experience as a practicing engineer
Proficient in Engineering theories and principles
Proficient in practicing or researching engineering and design issues, evaluating alternatives, making sound recommendations and preparing and presenting recommendations.
Good written and oral communication skills

Desired Qualifications/ Plus:
Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.)
Proficient in the principles of project management
Experience in the Utility Industry

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