$80K — $100K *
The Interconnection Projects department coordinates and facilitates the interconnection of new generation and merchant transmission projects to the PJM system and the installation of network upgrades to ensure the long-term reliability and adequacy of the PJM system. The department coordinates, with the transmission owning companies and the project developers, the engineering of all transmission expansion related activities associated with the interconnection of new generation resources.
Because of COVID-19 this position will be temporarily working from home until a return to campus plan is finalized. It is anticipated that most, if not all employees, will return to campus by early 2021. Upon returning to campus, this position is expected to operate on-site.
Serve as a liaison and develop required external interfaces between PJM and the key stakeholders, transmission owners, generation and project developers and other entities regarding design, and scheduling of new connections to the PJM bulk power system.
Develop and coordinate project work plans for generation and transmission system reinforcement projects involving multiple customer needs across multiple transmission owner systems.
Perform project management functions related to establishing time lines and monitoring achievement of milestones and critical path tasks from engineering design to signing of the interconnection service agreement.
Proactively work with other members of the applicable PJM divisions to coordinate system reinforcement requirements.
Coordinate, develop and issue interconnection studies and agreements related to generation and merchant transmission projects.
Monitor and analyze existing project management methods and promote the development of new methods and the introduction of improved and emerging progress monitoring technologies in the development of construction activities.
Develop and implement tactical plans consistent with the division/department strategy.
Characteristics and Qualifications:
BS degree in Engineering Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or at least 5 years of experience equivalent, applicable work experience
At least 5 years of experience experience with major substation and transmission line construction and maintenance, or generation operations, construction and maintenance activities is required
Ability to produce high-quality work products with attention to detail
Experience in quantitative and qualitative analysis
Ability to use mathematical and electrical theory
Ability to troubleshoot and provide technical support
MS degree Engineering
Experience with PJM operations, markets, and planning functions
Experience using PSS/e (power system analysis program)
Valid through: 3/28/2021
$80K — $100K
32 days ago