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Commissioning Manager BHI Energy - North Palm Beach - FL - US-Region II (South East)
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Commissioning Manager


Job Category: General
Posted on: 01/17/2020 by BHI Energy

Location
North Palm Beach, FL US-Region II (South East)
Zip/Postal Code: 33408
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
$Not Specified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Expiration Date 03/17/2020

Job description
BHI Energy has an opportunity for a Commissioning Manager who will be responsible for leading or assisting others with the testing and startup of substations for wind, solar, & battery installation applications. Adhering to our core values, all of our contractors are responsible for contributing to a safe work environment, following approved best practices, ensuring testing documentation is reviewed & received, as well as managing schedules to meet critical milestones. This is a field position reporting directly out of the construction site.
DAY TO DAY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Managing substation construction and testing personnel;
• Coordinating with the interconnecting entity (Transmission Owner/Operator);
• Creating and updating schedules;
• Troubleshooting relaying & control schemes;
• Submitting QAQC Checklists;
• Reviewing testing documentation;
QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum of 3 years of field experience with protection & control is required. Typical commissioning field experience is preferred such as performing panel and equipment functional checkouts, relay testing, data concentrator configurations, understanding of NETA testing requirements, and the ability to troubleshoot relaying & control schemes. The ability to log into SEL relays and GE relays to support substation testers and NovaTech Orion LX data concentrators to support the SCADA design is valued for hands on support.
In addition, excellent communications skills are required to interface with various entities on the construction site.
Additional experience is desirable in any of the following related areas:
• Reviewing Interconnect Agreements
• Reviewing Power Purchase Agreements
• Substation design
• Substation construction
• Substation commissioning
• Ability to take or assist other with transformer oil samples
• SCADA configuration
• Fault analysis
• Quickly learn and apply testing practices
• Basic PC skills such as Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, etc…
• Learn and apply switching procedures
• Perform regular field work both indoors and outdoors
• Strong interpersonal skills, communication skills, business acumen, management ability
• Valid driver’s license and good driving record
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BHI will provide reasonable accommodations for the application process and during employment necessary for eligible applicants/employees to perform essential functions. If you require special support or accommodation while seeking employment with BHI Energy, please email ESC@bhienergy.com providing your name, telephone number and the best time for us to reach you.

Other requirements
 
Degree

 
Experience
10+ years

 
Security Clearance
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