Control/Power Systems Engineer

With its reputation for the quickest response to customer emergencies, Prime Power Services, Inc. is uniquely poised to deliver any need when it comes to Emergency Power Supply Systems (EPSS). In business for over 25+ years Prime Power Services, Inc. is the only EPSS Company in the southeast United States to employ a full staff of Electrical, Mechanical and Professional Engineers.


REQUIREMENTS FOR POSITION

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelors in either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering from accredited ABET university (Engineering Technology degree is acceptable – Masters a plus)
  • Knowledge in Electrical power systems including generators, logic controls, switch-gears, transfer switches, power protective relays
  • Minimum five (5) years experience in managing multiple installation and commissioning of generator plants ranging from 100kW to 50MW
  • Proficient in AutoCAD Electrical
  • Program PLC and HMI (including art work)
  • Design system communication network and security
  • Excellent oral and written skill

Job Tasks:

  • Design controls for Generator plants to include switchgear, transfer switches, fuel system, support equipment and monitoring
  • PLC programming to include Siemens, GE, Allen Bradley, and Automation Direct
  • Design the interface screens and link all tags on Human Machine Interface
  • Calibrate PID circuits including governors and voltage regulators
  • Networking and Communication between electrical equipment components
  • Calibrate PID loops for generator loading, governor controls and voltage regulator controls
  • Assisting the sales department in Job Estimating and Quoting
  • Training customers on generator plant operations and maintenance
  • Troubleshooting failed electrical equipment – some as emergency response
  • Provide Technical Support to both PPSI technicians and customers
  • Equipment testing including circuit breaker, protective relays, generators and transfer switches

Additional Skills:

  • Electrical safety to OSHA stands
  • Work in areas with voltages ranging from 480VAC to 35KV
  • Either completed or pursuing a Professional Engineers License

Note:

  • Travel mainly within the Southeastern US with some national.
  • Some overnight travel may be required.
  • Task may require weekend or night / after-hours duties.

You will be directed to a web portal where you can create a personalized account (requires an email address). Once you have created your account,  you will be able to complete an application and submit your resume’ for further consideration.