Electrical Engineer / Relay Engineer / Protection & Control Engineer Job In Baltimore, Maryland, Esp

Published 2022-09-22
Expires 2022-10-22
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Electrical Engineer / Relay Engineer / Protection & Control Engineer Job In Baltimore, Maryland, Esp
United States, Maryland, Baltimore,
Published September 22, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Contract
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Electrical engineer / relay engineer / protection & control engineer

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Electrical Engineer / Relay Engineer / Protection & Control Engineer

Relay and Protection Engineer

Located in Baltimore, MD. 21244

2 plus year assignment

hybrid remote= 2days/week in office Tues and Weds. 3 days a week at home.

1-2 field site visits per month.

PRIMARY FUNCTION: Perform Electrical engineering and design duties, which require application of engineering principles and knowledge of Electric substation design.

The candidate requires knowledge of protection and control design and settings applications for high voltage substation stations ranging from 4kV to 500kV.

Execution & Design - Support design, engineering, and execution of capital projects: reviewing substation schemes, engineering calculations, evaluating costs of materials, working with project.

There will be about 1-2 field visits per month to local project sites. PPE will be provided but you will need to have your own closed-toed boots. Mileage will be compensated.

Knowledge and demonstrated experience in substation relay and protection engineering design.

Create design documents and drawings for substation projects including one line diagrams, AC & DC schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams, bills of materials, and applying field mark-ups of project as-built drawings with minimal supervision.

Thorough understanding of distribution system relay protection schemes.

Able to fluently utilize Aspen Relay Database for relay settings reviews and entries.

Has vast experience with distribution and transmission relays (SEL, Basler)

Perform Quality Assurance (QA) design reviews for all Protection and Control documents.

Ability to apply and design protection schemes for various substation components such as transformers, transmission lines, capacitor banks, and busses.

Familiarity with communication and SCADA protocols along with AC and DC schematics.

Ability to use various types of microprocessor relays such as SEL, Basler, and GE.

Apply engineering application software to complete engineering tasks such as relay coordination, load flow and short circuit studies.

Familiar with general P&C guidelines including standard utility practices and NERC compliant designs.

Communicate and coordinate project activities with project engineer, customer representatives, and others as needed.


Graduate of four year university with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) with power background preferred.

minimum 4-5 years' experience.

Experience as an Electrical Engineer with Distribution Engineering / Relay Protection & Control Engineer or as a practicing engineer preferred.

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