The Electric Engineering Analyst works under general supervision, performing a variety of moderately complex to complex electric engineering and geo-spatial tasks in support of the Core Engineering and Operation Suite of applications such as the engineering analysis model, outage management software system, staking/design software system and the Electric GIS system.
Applicants must submit a cover letter & resume.
PRINCIPAL JOB DUTIES
Responsible for updating, maintaining and supporting the Core Engineering and Operation Suite of applications such as the Electric GIS, Engineering Analysis Model, staking/design systems and outage management system.
Responsible for maintaining the integrity, accuracy and availability of the core and enabling electric engineering technologies such as the engineering analysis model, staking/design system and electric GIS system.
Ensure the timely and accurate transfer of new and updated project information is from the Staking/design system into the Electric GIS database is accurate to meet the requirements of distribution system planning and maintenance and control center operations. Ensure the asset and attribute data from completed new construction, line improvements, inspections, tree trimming, pole contact data and other projects.
Responsible for maintaining the equipment database in Electric Engineering Analysis software.
Responsible for the application administrator functions of the Core Engineering and Operation Suite of applications such as the electric GIS, Engineering Analysis, Outage Management System and the Staking/design software.
Works with the Electric Engineer and the Electric Design Supervisor in assisting the electrical design staff with electric distribution design needs.
Ensure that the integration/interfaces between Core Engineering and Operation Suite of applications and other applications are always up-to-date and functional. Maintain the different GIS layers (including land base) to be consumed by the Core Engineering and Operation Suite of applications.
Assist and collaborate with the Electric Engineering Staff to conduct electric distribution system planning studies.
Develops a deep understanding of Georgetown Electric department’s operational technology solutions and maintains an understanding of changing technology and its impact on the electric utility.
Develops a deep understanding of Georgetown Electric department’s engineering standards, construction practices, and procedures.
Assists and collaborates with the engineering personnel in conducting special engineering operational and planning studies.
Assist in the development and maintenance of maps, map viewers, and other geo-spatial tools with the use of ESRI's ArcGIS software, Milsoft’s WindMil Map, AutoCAD software, Partner Maps, or other electric utility project design technology.
Perform analysis of GIS data based on specified criteria and generates reports based on resulting data for use in projects and decision-making processes.
Responsible for coordinating and interacting with other City of Georgetown departments and outside entities to ensure effective data exchange. Perform other duties and tasks as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Science, Electric Engineering or related technical field and four (4) or more years related experience using Geographic Information Systems and/or Electric Engineering Modeling Software; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Valid Texas Driver License
Proficient in ESRI ArcGIS technologies such as ArcGIS Desktop, ArcSDE and utilizing ArcGIS Server technology, as well as associated applications.
Proficient in Milsoft WindMil & Outage Management platforms.
Proficient in Design/Staking Software.
Strong knowledge of Electric Distribution engineering and operational technology domain.
Strong understanding of database concepts, querying, and reporting from SQL databases.
Skilled is use of office productivity tools (Example: Microsoft Office).
Knowledge of electric distribution utility standards and practices.
Experience with electric system modeling and analysis software.
Strong communication skills and ability to work under pressure
Ability to provide innovative ideas for the ongoing development of work processes
Experience with AutoCAD software.
Knowledge of electrical transmission and distribution terminology and theory of operations.
Familiarity with surveying equipment and tools.
Willing to conduct job sites visits to support the upkeep of electric distribution model.
Hiring Range: $72,040.28 to $90,251.20 annually.
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