Electrical Engineer I - LRS (216427-914)

Company Name:
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
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Electrical Engineer I - LRS
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Job Description
The Electrical Engineer I is an entry level position responsible for gathering and evaluating data on power plant system components. These components are used to recommend operational or design changes to improve plant efficiency. Occasionally, the incumbent will assist in coordinating activities associated with general maintenance repairs or modification projects as assigned.
Required Skills
Requires frequent sitting; and occasional standing, walking, bending, climbing, kneeling, reaching, crawling, use of keyboard/computer, pushing/pulling and lifting/carrying up to 50 pounds. Requires finger dexterity, good hearing, color vision, and the ability to perform close work. Requires the ability to analyze data/reports and conduct research; implement recommendations; develop plans, procedures, and goals; and present information to others. May be required to work under pressure due to conflicting priorities and deadlines. Occasionally works in conditions of dirt/dust, fumes, chemicals, extreme heat and cold, vibration, noise, poor ventilation, electrical risks, and confined areas. Travel is required, either by operating a motor vehicle or traveling in Cooperative or commercial aircraft. Equipment operated includes computers, telecommunication devices, electrical test equipment, and normal shop tools.
Required Experience
Required: Bachelor s Degree from an EAC/ABET accredited electrical engineering program. Technical writing skills are required and technical knowledge of electrical engineering. Basic knowledge of computers and programming. A valid driver s license.
Preferred: EIT (engineer-in-training-certificate preferred.
Job Location
WHEATLAND, Wyoming, United States
Position Type
66,113.00 - 74,839.00 USD
Last Day for Accepting Applications
June 25, 2014
Current Status of Job
Accepting Applications

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