Black & Veatch Electrical Engineer (Power Delivery) in Bangkok, Thailand
Electrical Engineer (Power Delivery)
Functions in an engineering capacity.. Under close supervision, performs engineering functions requiring knowledge and experience in engineering principles. This level builds on experience gained as Engineer1 by either obtaining more depth in specific subsubject area with the expectation that assignments are larger and more complex, or by gaining experience in more subject areas.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for substation engineering design including specification preparation, equipment selection and sizing, schematic development, protection and control, wiring diagrams and schedules, material specifications, and construction specifications.
• Prepare a variety of moderate complex engineering deliverables.
• Perform complex research and develop recommendations for equipment and/or materials selection.
• Review lower level engineering work or assignments.
• Actively coordinate with all other internal/external team members on moderately complex projects.
• Minimum bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or related disciplines. Minimum 3 year experience in electrical engineering in Power Delivery area.
• Understand various scopes of work related to consulting engineering projects.
• Require incumbents to have professional registration or licensure.
• Good interpersonal skills and proven leadership skills.
• Excellent command of English.
• Flexibility to travel.
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