• Full Time
  • Windsor

The MEARIE Group

Operational Technology (OT) Engineer Reporting to the Manager Operational Technology, the successful applicant will be responsible for the design of operational technology equipment, improving communication reliability, introducing and maintaining standards for OT Asset Management, by defining and analysing criteria to identify asset end of life, retaining asset health, implementing replacement programs, recommending upgrades in software/hardware, and tracking available support. The OT Engineer will be responsible for collecting, analysing, and assessing SCADA/ADMS data, reporting on capacity, availability, and reliability. The OT Engineer will work collaboratively with the System Planning Engineer to assess system enhancements with OT considerations by initiating or performing engineering studies within the OT network. This position will interpret and triage OT network data for protection settings, ensure safety of the system, public, and workers by inputting prescribed settings, verifying, and continuing to ensure their coordination is acting as expected between devices on the ENWIN system and Hydro One’s supply stations. The successful applicant must have the following skills and competencies: University degree in Electrical Engineering with Professional Engineering designation or working toward obtaining P. Eng (EIT status). Minimum of five (5) years of experience in a utility environment (including protection and control experience). Master’s degree in electrical engineering with a concentration in Power Systems, Electrical Machines or Protection and Controls considered an asset. Thorough knowledge of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs, RTUs, RTACs), Digital and Analog relaying, secure data network infrastructure, including switches and routers. Detailed knowledge of communications infrastructure including fibre, cellular, 900MHz radio, Wi-Max, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VPN devices, and associated operating systems and software. Thorough knowledge of generator connections and impact on grid operations. Ability to review and interpret electrical circuit diagrams (including complex control diagrams, single-line diagrams, etc.). Ability to take conceptual ideas and relate them to the overall ADMS system and an ability to articulate complex and detailed concepts. Ability to quickly analyse, troubleshoot, and solve problems both individually and in a team environment. Class ‘G’ driver’s licence. Salary Range for Qualified Candidates: $103,795 – $115,328 Qualified applicants may apply at https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/enwin/jobs up to and including Wednesday, May 29, 2024. Please quote File #EWU-24-01-017 on application. Although all applications are appreciated, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. ENWIN Utilities Ltd. provides accommodation in accordance with applicable laws through all stages of the hiring process. If you require accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please advise the Human Resources Department. ENWIN believes there is significant value in the diversity within our workforce and we are committed to continually enhancing and improving diversity and inclusion throughout our organization. As an equal opportunity employer, we encourage all qualified individuals to apply for employment opportunities and believe that strength flows from our individual differences and enables us to effectively serve our community.

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