Overview

Electrical Engineer : Engineering East

Reference Code:35203

Location:
Canada (CA):Milton,ON

Job Category:Engineering; Operations; Pipeline/Power Operations
Employment Type:Employee Full:time
Relocation Eligibility:This position is eligible for our domestic relocation program

General Information

The Operations Support and Engineering team is seeking an Electrical Engineer based in Milton, Ontario regional office.We are looking for a motivated, self:starter who works well in a small team environment. As an ideal candidate, you will be responsible and accountable for ensuring compliance with applicable NERC and CIP standards at all Canadian and US power plants. The successful candidate will perform a variety of engineering tasks in collaboration with regional and central support staff to achieve reliable operation and continuous improvement of all power plant equipment. This position will work closely with leadership in operations and commercial groups across TransCanada, as well as establish relationships with external regulatory bodies to ensure compliance. You will be exposed to TransCanadas entire portfolio of energy assets and the programs utilized to manage these assets throughout North America.

*This role is eligible for domestic relocation assistance; however, it is not eligible for cross border relocation assistance.

Responsibilities

:Maintain elements and compliance of the Corporate NERC Governance programs and ensure implementation of the governance program across the enterprise;
:Monitor changes, audit policies/processes and procedures to NERC/ NPCC/ WECC/ IESO/ AESO regulatory standards;
:Provide technical support to plant operation and maintenance teams and troubleshoot equipment problems;
:Represent TransCanada Energy Operations internally and externally to strengthen partnerships and relationships with key stakeholders, customers, and clients;
:Analyze and assess equipment condition through review of field test data and other equipment:centered information systems;
:Perform and direct investigative assessments, develop testing plans, perform equipment root cause failure analysis, and support equipment restoration activities;
:Make independent interpretations and conclusions and communicate recommendations to management and other effected parties in a way that fosters consensus and facilitates efficient outcomes;
:Initiate comprehensive capital improvement projects that include developing clear definitions of scope, investment valuations of alternatives, cost estimates, schedules, and execution plans;
:Facilitate the development and/or review of internal Engineering Design Standards, Equipment Integrity Plans, TransCanada Operating Procedures (TOP), Facility Management Plans and Site Specific Instructions (SSI), as assigned;
:Support projects through review of engineering design documentation from equipment manufacturers and outside consulting firms including drawings, submittals, calculations, reports and other related information;
:Design engineered solutions to solve problems (or solicit internal or external expertise when work is outside core technical capabilities) to meet project schedules or other corporate objectives;
:Ensure relevant documentation is retained in accordance with company expectations including: drawings, reference manuals, and other related information;
:Utilize various central information systems to ensure accurate project budgeting and forecasting;
:Ensure projects are delivered on time/budget and the equipment and materials are utilized according to the required standards;
:Other tasks as required.

Qualifications

:Proficient in reading and understanding electrical drawings as applicable including one:line and three:line diagrams, relay and metering one:line diagrams;
:Well:developed communication and interpersonal skills;
:Strong team player : demonstrating a high level of initiative, cooperation, and sharing


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