Duration: 1 year
Location: Apollo Beach, FL 33572
Emphasis for this position is on an intermediate level of electrical engineering with equipment and processes commonly utilized in power plants, such as, but not limited to generators, excitation systems, AC/DC motors, low and medium voltage switchgear.
The Engineer II (Electrical) is an intermediate level position working under limited supervision and receives both specific and limited instructions as to required tasks and results expected; performs a variety of routine tasks utilizing experience and familiarity with the standards, processes, procedures, methods, practices and programs of the Department and Company. Emphasis for this position is on an intermediate level of electrical engineering with equipment and processes commonly utilized in power plants, such as, but not limited to generators, excitation systems, AC/DC motors, low and medium voltage switchgear, transformers, batteries, relay protection/coordination, emergency generators, and precipitators.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Provide project lead on assigned projects and provide technical support to the Engineering & Project Management team as required. As project lead, monitor ongoing work activities to confirm manufacturer/fabricator compliance to project plans, specifications and monitor/enforces compliance to all regulatory requirements. – 40%.
2. Coordinate work with E&PM Construction, plant outage coordinators, station planners and on-site and off-site contractors. – 10%.
3. Serve in the role as project engineer, commenting and coordinating Tampa Electric team member comments to project documents from engineering/consulting firms and suppliers – 10%.
4. Assist E&PM Construction personnel in developing Scope of Works, project schedules, and cost estimates. -10%.
5. Schedule and facilitate project team meetings/conference calls to maintain project schedules and costs -10%.
6. Supports Energy Supply power plants in identifying and solving O&M problems. Augment plant staff when needed to meet day-to-day and outage requirements. – 10%.
7. Perform any other task as assigned by the Lead Electrical Engineer. - 10%
Engineer II may be assigned Coop supervision responsibility once completing the appropriate leadership training.
Indirect Supervision: None.
Frequently with Lead Electrical Engineer, Station Operations, Engineering and Technical staff and Engineering & Project Management staff.
Occasional interaction with OEM and Non-OEM engineering and management, maintenance services and parts suppliers, vendors, consultants and industry group participants
Qualifications for this position are stated in TEC Engineering Career Path, Administrative Policy 2.13.
Minimum of Bachelor of Science in engineering from an ABET accredited four year college.
Advanced education /training in electrical engineering