PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER (ELECTRICAL)
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- Competitive salary and benefits package.
- Defined-benefit pension plan.
- Nine-day work cycle which normally results in every other Monday off, providing for a balanced approach to work, family life and community.
- Flex-time and partially remote work schedule (providing the option to work remotely 3 days per 2 week period), depending on nature of work, operational requirements and work location.
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We are seeking a Simulation Engineer to join our Manitoba Hydro International team in Winnipeg, MB. Under the direction of the Simulation and Design Analysis Supervisor, responsible for working with the Simulation Studies team and performing engineering studies related to renewable integration using PSCAD and other simulation tools as required for clients and associates of the Power Systems Technology Centre (PTC), a department of Manitoba Hydro International (MHI).
- Prepare renewable simulation models for external clients and validate the models based on the given information.
- Ensure that specified engineering project tasks are completed on a timely basis under the direction of the various project leaders.
- Perform engineering simulation studies and prepare project summaries and reports as outlined in engineering service contracts.
- Provide general engineering application support to PSCAD users/clients.
- Participate in meetings and technical conferences to coordinate research activities, present results of the research work, and solicit and develop new research proposals and activities.
- Participate in developing and enhancing the ongoing PSCAD software development program
- Prepare technical specifications and provide support for the procurement of engineering contracts.
- Review the various technical and scientific literatures to ensure the latest technologies, methods and procedures are being applied to current and future projects.
- Graduate in Electrical Engineering from a University of recognized standing with a minimum of four years of related experience.
- Member in good standing with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba.
- Basic knowledge in renewable integration studies and Grid code requirements.
- Good understanding on renewable simulation models.
- Basic knowledge in high frequency transient studies.
- Experience in software planning and development, power system technologies, power system operations, studies and simulation technologies would be a definite asset.
- Demonstrated experience in using PSCAD and other simulation software is a requirement.
- Demonstrated ability to plan and organize concurrent work assignments.
- Capable of communicating effectively, both verbally and in writing.
- Aptitude for hands-on engineering work requiring good practical skill and application of engineering principles.
- Required to travel by all modes of transportation i.e., air, land, and water.
- Possess and maintain a valid Manitoba Driver's Licence.
Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The range for the Professional Engineer II classification is $40.64-$56.08 Hourly, $77,882.74 -$107,467.36 Annually. The range for the Engineer-in-Training classification is $30.41-$42.80 Hourly, $58,279.26-$82,005.30 Annually.
Note: This employment opportunity is advertised on Manitoba Hydro's career website, and all candidates wishing to apply must do so using our online application system.
Visit www.hydro.mb.ca/careers to learn more about this position and to apply online. The deadline for applications is JUNE 5, 2023.
We thank you for your interest and will contact you if you are selected for an interview.
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