Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
Country: United States
Engineering Technologist I or Engineering Technologist II
The ET will provide day-to-day production support of the Midwest Energy Management System (EMS)
Perform integration, modeling and testing of various SCADA devices and validate data in EMS applications.
Update EMS displays as equipment is added/updated in electrical substations.
Perform EMS configuration tasks to support user access requests and other control center functionality enhancements.
Bachelorís degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, or Computer Science
1+ yearís utility or industrial controls experience
Able to work effectively in challenging situations and under time pressure
Able to understand and resolve complex technical issues.
Excellent interpersonal, teamwork, and organizational skills.
Valid driver's license and ability to travel throughout the company's service territory and facilities (substations, operations centers, etc.), as required.
Able to pass NERC background check.
A working knowledge of SCADA protocols such as DNP 3.0 as well as Wireshark troubleshooting tools.
Knowledge of SCADA and other EMS applications, including modeling/operations of GE products such as e-terracontrol, e-terrabrowser, e-terrasource
Experience with historical databases and applications, such as OSIsoft PI and ProcessBook
General knowledge of networking protocols and equipment
Computer programming and development including PERL scripting, XML usage, and Windows Operating Systems
Can work in either Cincinnati, OH or Plainfield, IN- Ohio preferred
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