Premier Power Maintenance Senior Protection and Control Commissioning Specialist in Indianapolis, Indiana
Company Overview:Like our name states, Premier Power Maintenance is the “premier” organization in the market to provide exceptional service and value to our customers in six primary areas: Third-party electrical testing (Acceptance & Maintenance), Commissioning, Electrical Engineering, Safety Training, Specialty Installation, and Repair. Our goal is to assist our customers in achieving a safe and reliable power system. People are our biggest asset. We pride ourselves on having some of the most highly skilled and qualified field and engineering personnel in the industry, and our safety record is second to none. We have a commitment to keeping all team members safe by adhering to intense safety programs and having industry and location/equipment specific training as well. Our customers know, that they can call Premier Power Maintenance day or night, and we’ll respond with safe, reliable solutions that provide outstanding value with attention to detail at every level. Customer service and integrity at all levels is what Premier Power Maintenance has built its reputation on, and that commitment will not waiver.
Reports To:P & C Area Supervisor
Job Summary:Senior Protection and Control Commissioning Specialist in this division are home based and report directly to the job sites. We have long term project work in Indiana, Iowa and throughout the Midwest.
Senior Protection and Control Commissioning Specialist Job Description:
Plans and carries out commissioning of Transmission and Distribution substation protection and control systems to include; Test and calibrate electro-mechanical and microprocessor based relays. Alarm relays, line, bus differential, and transformer protection relays, and control/breaker failure relays.
Set up and test communication and networking equipment such as ethernet switches, power line carrier systems, SCADA systems and RTU's.
Plans and coordinates outage activities,
Analyzes results of testing and provides guidance on how to interpret results of testing to less experienced testing technicians
Verifies construction and wiring is complete to design standards,
Performs functional checks of all protection and control circuits and systems
Provides leadership and technical support for other substation and industrial switchgear projects performed by the company
Runs 2 or more projects simultaneously
The above list of duties is not to be construed as an exhaustive list, other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned.
Required Experience, Skills, and Education for Senior Protection and Control Commissioning Specialist:
2 year technical degree or equivalent military training
The requirement for formal training can be waived if an individual has shown the initiative to educate his or herself and is able to demonstrate a solid understanding of Ohms Law, Kirchoffs Current Laws, Series and Parallel DC Circuits, Series and Parallel AC Circuits, Reactive Circuits, Resonant Circuits, and Power Factor
NETA or NICET Level 4 or NETA or NICET 3 with at least 10 years of P&C related experience
Has performed as a lead or project manager on at least one testing and maintenance project
Has at least 2 years of experience testing transformers, breakers, and other electrical apparatus
Has demonstrated the ability to be consistently on time for daily work assignments, meetings, training, etc….
Demonstrates organizational skills to include on time reporting of time and expenses, weekly status reports, and any other documentation and reporting requirements
Demonstrates the responsibility required to keep tools, test equipment, and vehicles in clean and organized condition and up to date with service and calibrations
Must be willing and able to work regular overtime, including nights, weekends, and some holidays
Must be willing and able to travel on overnight, multi-day, out-of-town jobs
Must be willing and capable of working with your hands and working in the field
Other Requirements for Senior Protection and Control Commissioning Specialist:
Must be able to pass a pre-employment criminal background check and motor vehicle check
Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test, as well as periodic, unannounced random testing
Must have a valid driver’s license
Must be willing to obtain a company paid TWIC card, OSHA 30 hour, NFPA 70-E, and CPR training
Benefits:Premier Power Maintenance firmly believes that each team member is part of our family. Therefore, Premier Power Maintenance offers an exceptional benefits package, including:
100% of premiums paid by employer for team member short-term disability, long-term disability, and life insurance.
100% of medical, dental, and vision insurance premiums for the team member and 50% of the premiums for dependent coverage.
Generous paid time off policy and 8 paid holidays per year.
Discretionary performance bonuses.
401k matching and discretionary profit-sharing plan.
To learn more about Premier Power Maintenance, please visit our website at www.premierpowermaintenance.com.
Premier Power Maintenance is an EEO/AA employer who values and embraces workplace diversity. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply regardless of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, nationality, disability and/or veteran status.
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.