The Electrical Engineer will work under the supervision of the Wells Project Superintendent or his designee. Duties will be related to the operation, maintenance and testing of electrical and electronic equipment and controls for the Wells Hydroelectric Project and its related facilities. The Electrical Engineer's duties may also involve the administration of contractor services for projects requiring bid documents, specifications and construction management. Assignments may include engineering management of projects including electrical and control systems upgrades and replacements.
Preferred, but not required skills and experience:
Experience with hydroelectric generating facilities
Maintenance and testing of high voltage rotating machinery
Knowledge of design, application and testing of generator components such as stator coils, stator core, rotor poles, exciters and large transformers
Supervisory skills and experience
Successful applicants must have:
Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering
Ability to interact with co-workers, vendors, and the public in a respectful and positive manner
Ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing
Excellent organizational and time management abilities
Washington State Driver's License and proof of good driving record
Douglas PUD offers excellent working conditions and a competitive salary and benefit package. Employee benefits include: medical, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, short and long term disability, personal leave plan, paid holidays, participation in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), deferred compensation programs with employer matching, Health Reimbursement Accounts with employer contributions, Wellness Program, training opportunities, and more. This is an administrative position and is not subject to any of the conditions contained in the Collective Bargaining Agreement other than those benefits that apply to all employees.
First resume review is scheduled for January 16, 2019.