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Test Assistant04/29/2019 Locations Hartford-CT; Madison-CT; Tolland-CT
Job Description Summary:
A Bachelor's degree in engineering or engineering technology OR Associates degree in electrical engineering or electrical technology OR formal education equivalent to an Associate's degree in math and science are required. Individual must hold a valid motor vehicle license. Individual will have to stand on call assignments. Also desirable:
Strong knowledge of and experience with transmission protection devices such as or similar to: carrier communication equipment, electro-mechanical and microprocessor relays, electrical protection principles and theories, electronic and computer controlled systems and devices, computer networking techniques and methods, National Electrical and National Electrical Safety Codes, relay and control operational and safety procedures, designing testing systems and equipment, strong organizational skills, utilizing interpersonal skills to communicate with coworkers, supervisor, etc.
Test Assistant (Steps 1-4): This is a four step progression which provides the experience and training for an incumbent to be eligible for advancement to Test
Specialist. The selected candidate will be slotted at the appropriate level based upon their education/experience. No experience is required for level
1. Under direct supervision, individual provides test services to support the operation and maintenance of substation electrical equipment. Individual will provide test services to support the operation, maintenance, and construction of substation and electrical equipment with direction from Test Supervisor,
Project Test Specialist or Test Specialist. Primary duties of the Test Assistant include but are not limited to: perform the following tests - power factor insulation testing, breaker timing testing, analyze and interpret test results and present findings for review; basic protection relay testing; technical calculations for test applications. Individual will also assist with annual transmission line telecommunications testing.
Test Specialist (Steps 1-4): A minimum of 2 years of related experience is required with a Bachelor's degree OR 4 years of related experience are required with an Associate’s degree of formal education as noted above. Individual must have a working knowledge of substation equipment, understanding of and ability to properly and safely test equipment, and strong computer skills and the ability to operate a variety of software programs related to computer automated testing. Individual plans and performs construction testing, maintenance testing, operations investigations, defective equipment testing and provides technical assistance services.
Project Test Specialist (Steps 1-2): Individual must currently hold the title of Project Test Specialist or have held this title in the past. Individual acts as project and/or crew leader and/or carries out assignments requiring engineering level expertise and extensive experience associated with planning and performing construction testing, maintenance testing, investigation of electrical operating equipment, defective equipment testing and related technical assistance.
Bargaining unit employees with contractual rights to this position will be given first consideration.
This position is being posted internally and externally also. Applicants must successfully pass the TECH test.
Qualified candidates must submit a resume with their application.
Number of Openings:1
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