The Lead Power Engineer ensures the successful operation, performance and maintenance of the motor-generator (MG) sets and associated systems.
Ensures the MG sets are operational for supporting the experiment.
Plans and implements routine maintenance, testing and repair activities for the MG systems, consisting of the motor-generators, cycloconverters, liquid rheostats, excitation systems, associated medium voltage switchgear, transformers, and protection, monitoring and control equipment.
Directs and performs troubleshooting, as required, on the MG systems.
Provides recommendations for improvements and upgrades to the system.
BS Electrical Engineering. MS Electrical Engineering preferred.
Minimum 7 years of relevant experience.
Experience in the maintenance, testing and operation of rotating machinery for power plants and/or cycloconverter drives.
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