EMS Systems Engineer

Siemens   •  

Minnetonka, MN

Less than 5 years

Posted 243 days ago

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EMS Systems Engineer





 Develop, implement, and perform complex technical assignments related to Energy Management System (EMS) software applications. Analyze, design, program, troubleshoot, recommend solutions, perform enhancements, provide technical support, and implement modifications associated with the EMS System applications. Design, develop and implement application software for electricity management system using applicable theory, algorithms and solution techniques. Develop functional requirements, design specifications, documentation and testing of Energy Management Applications. Energy Management Applications development and delivery involves: Load Frequency Control, Economic Dispatch, Reserve Monitor and Load Shedding software applications.

The position requires effective understanding and application of solution techniques in Power System Operation such as Generation Dispatch & Control, Feedback Control Theory and knowledge of Optimization Techniques such as linear and non-linear programming techniques.  The position involves engagement in all aspects of software development cycle: estimation, design, development, testing and deployment.

The software environment where the implementation is performed involves Windows/Unix/Linux OS, Languages of C/C++/Fortran, Oracle PL/SQL, and Perl scripting, Provide day-to-day technical support and be responsible for the operational support of the on line energy management system applications. Some amount of RDBMS experience is desirable

Perform problem resolution including performing root cause analysis and interacting with customer and application engineers.

Provide support and knowledge transfer to customer engineering staff to apply changes to the real time Energy Management System applications.

Master’s degree in Electrical (Power) Engineering or a related field or a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical (Power) Engineering with two years of relevant experience

In addition, prior experience can include demonstrated engagement in the industry/university projects or thesis in the areas of Power System Analysis involving Operations, Generation, Transmission and/or Electricity Energy Management Applications problem formulation in software development.

Education and experience focused in the topics of software modeling techniques and analysis in the area of Power System Operations (Generation, Transmission and Distribution Network) will also be considered.

The job involves some amount of travel.


Requisition Number: 222519