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Project Engineer (Electrical)

Company Name:
S&C Electric Company
The Power Quality Products Group (PQP) located in Franklin, Wisconsin and Orlando, Florida designs and manufactures low and medium voltage power quality systems to solve power quality problems experienced by critical process industrial and commercial users. In addition, PQP designs and manufactures power conversion systems for the utility and distributed generation markets. In this position, you will report to the Manager-Technical Services in Product Engineering and be located in Franklin, WI. Job Details : The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following: Review of contract and customer specification documents for creation of custom product and system design specifications for engineering and manufacturing. Interfacing with marketing, project management, engineering, and service to ensure that product designs meet the requirements of the customer and market. Working collaboratively with the system engineer, function as the technical lead for custom product and system orders including creating and reporting on engineering project schedules, defining and coordinating electrical, mechanical and software engineering tasks, conducting engineering peer and cross-functional design team reviews. Creating product-level electrical drawings and documentation for use in manufacturing, including: product and system electrical one-line and three-line drawings, schematic drawings, wiring diagrams, interconnection diagrams, wiring lists, panel layouts, bills of materials, and inspection/test procedures for new and existing power conversion systems and subsystems. Specifying and integrating third-party power system components into product and system designs such as protective components, transformers, generators, communications devices, analog and digital I/O devices, switchgear, power conditioning circuits, and power quality sub-systems for power distribution and large industrial applications. Creating project-level electrical drawings and documentation for use during installation and commissioning, including: system electrical one-line diagrams, system control and communications network diagrams, functional control specifications, system protection diagrams, system electrical cable and raceway schedules, system electrical interconnection drawings, field inspection procedures, and commissioning test procedures. Interfacing with manufacturing to ensure the successful production of new and existing products. Verifying, validating, and characterizing system performance through model simulation and product testing in development, production, and field environments, and incrementally improving designs based on results and feedback. Interfacing with sales, service and customer personnel to resolve customer issues, and to maintain or upgrade installed power conversion products. To select this job as one of interest to you, at a minimum, you must have the following: MSEE degree preferred; or BSEE degree with 5-7 years of relevant power conversion product design experience. Experience in the design and integration of power electronics systems (power conversion equipment, uninterruptible power supplies, reactive power compensation or variable speed motor drives,) with industrial and utility electrical distribution systems. Proficiency with electrical CAD software (preference will be given to candidates with experience using Zuken E3 electrical CAD software). Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment. Demonstrated ability to work both collaboratively and independently in technical decision-making. Good interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to travel up to 20% of the time. Five to ten years of Experience in the design and integration of power electronics systems (power conversion equipment, uninterruptible power supplies, reactive power compensation or variable speed motor drives,) with industrial and utility electrical distribution systems. Major Physical Demands Standing: Occasional, during testing, sample preparation or process observation. Lifting: Occasional light lifting, infrequent lifting up to 50 lbs. for mock-up or test sample preparation. Walking: Occasional walking up to 1 mile within the company facility. Carrying: Occasional carrying of light objects for short distances. Pushing: Infrequent use of manual hand truck to move samples or mock-ups. Pulling: Occasional bending during mock-up assembly or test sample preparation. Bending: Occasional reaching during mock-up assembly or test sample preparation. Reaching: Occasional reaching during mock-up assembly or test sample preparation. Handling: Must wear suitable Personal Protective Equipment. Environment: May work in low-to-medium voltage environments, including development labs, test facilities, production facilities, and customer sites. Most work will be performed in an office environment.

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