Solution Engineer 3

  • Location

    Orlando, United States

  • Sector:

    Business Professional

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  • Contact:

    Sonu Chouhan

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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The Balance of Plant (BOP) Electrical Engineering group is responsible for the technical specification; equipment sizing and selection; vendor bid evaluation; drawing/design review; quality control, and site support for simple and combined cycle power plant equipment for both 50Hz and 60Hz application. The successful applicant for this position may work with the following components and systems, including but not limited to:

  • Generator Step-Up Transformer (Large Power Transformer)
  • Generator Circuit Breaker
  • Isolated Phase Bus / Non-Segregated Phase Bus
  • MV / LV Switchgear
  • Motor Control Center
  • Low Voltage Transformer (Dry and Oil Filled)
  • Battery, Charger, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
  • Power Control Center (PCC) or e-House
  • Protection Relay Panels
  • Diesel Generators
  • High Voltage Switchyard

Electrical System / Studies

  • Load Flow Study (Motor Starting)
  • Short Circuit Study
  • Grounding / Lightning Study
  • Relay Settings and Coordination
  • Familiarity with Cable Sizing, Raceways

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1) Perform Overall Electrical System Review (including the Electrical Studies) for the Simple and Combined Cycle Power Plants. 2) Review Architect / Engineer drawings 3) Expert in Code Compliance (NEC, IEEE, ANSI, IEC) 4) Develop Engineering Specification for the above equipment, review vendor drawings, and manage the equipment interface requirements. 5) Evaluate competitive bids from suppliers to ensure they meet the requirements of the technical specification. . 6) Conduct design reviews and discuss any lessons learned with chosen equipment suppliers to ensure all requirements of the technical specifications are understood and will be met. 7) Coordinate with Architect/Engineers, partners, and Customers to support timely transmittal and understanding of supplier technical documents. Review and approve design documents submitted by suppliers. 8) Conduct Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) for any or all of the above components and systems. Ensure all components are thoroughly tested and meet the performance and quality requirements established in the technical specification. 9) Support commissioning, and start-up activities for any or all of the above components and systems. Conduct readiness reviews, and participate in pre-commissioning activities with supplier Technical Field Assistants (TFAs).


The Candidate must be able work independently and in a team environment on Complex assignments.

The candidate must possess knowledge of power plant electrical equipment and how electrical equipments is integrated within a gas turbine simple cycle plant, gas turbine combined cycle plant, or conventional steam power plant, as applicable.

The ideal candidate would also have experience in the following areas relative to the equipment identified above: Power Plant Electrical Components and System design Analysis and design of power plant system / component operation, startup, and shutdown Knowledge and Experience with NEC / IEEE or/and IEC Standards for the above Electrical Equipment and Systems. Knowledge and Experience with relevant tools like ETAP / SKM, etc


Demonstrates and applies comprehensive knowledge of field of specialization to the successful completion of complex assignments. Demonstrates advanced knowledge of concepts, practices, and procedures of particular area of specialization.

BS/BA in Electrical Engineering with 8-10 years of successful experience in related field and successful demonstration of Primary Responsibilities and Knowledge as presented above. Advanced degree MAY be substituted for experience, where applicable.


  • Prior working Experience with an Architect Engineering OR EPC firms.
  • Site construction and/or commissioning experience with the above equipment
  • Professional Engineer (P.E.) license. Willing to Stamp drawings and obtain licenses for other states as required by the Project.
  • Knowledge of 50Hz and 60Hz standards for the power plant electrical equipment.