South Central Power Company has an immediate opening for a Transmission & Distribution Design Engineer.
The Design Engineer will work on electric transmission and distribution projects. Major elements of the position will require completion of design calculations (strength, clearance, thermal rating), design and analysis of pole structures, design and analysis of foundations, layout of new line routes, preparation of construction drawings and details, preparation of bills of material, performing field surveying, overseeing design contractors, and project management. This position provides technical support for all aspects of the distribution and transmission design, provides technical training to engineering and operations groups, assist with the development of the construction and design standards, stays current with technical developments in the industry, oversees the public project reimbursement process including ODOT Procedures 75-1 and 75-2.
Candidates should possess knowledge of the RUS electrical transmission and distribution standards as well as NESC code.
A bachelor’s degree in a technical field is required.
Candidates will have at least three to five years of engineering experience. Engineer in Training (EIT) or Professional Engineer (P.E.) certification is preferred.
We offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefit package. Interested candidates can apply online.
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About South Central Power Company
South Central Power Company is a member-owned electric cooperative serving over 110,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in 24 Ohio counties. We maintain over 11,000 miles of energized power lines that traverse 24 counties in Ohio. The Cooperative is a private enterprise owned and operated by the people it serves. The members elect an 11-member Board of Trustees that govern the co-op. The Board establishes policies, reviews co-op activities, and makes needed decisions. They hire a President and CEO who in turn hires a staff of employees to carry out the policies and operate and maintain the co-op's lines and equipment.South Central Power Company abides by seven unifying principles, which differentiate them from other types of companies. Those principles are: Voluntary & open membership, Democratic member control, Member economic participation, Autonomy and independence, Education, training and information, Cooperation among cooperatives, and Concern for community.