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Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: San Francisco, California

Job Description:

The SCADA engineer will work alongside the Engineering, Operations, Development and IT teams to manage the design and implementation of SCADA systems for substations, solar, wind and battery storage. The SCADA Engineer will manage engineering studies, evaluate specifications, review contracting scope and division of responsibilities, evaluate networking options and support integration of new SCADA systems. The SCADA Engineer will play a key role in the planning, design, licensing, construction, operation, testing and maintenance of the company SCADA system used for electric grid monitoring, protection and control.
This position will report to the (Senior Director of Engineering) and will be located in our San Francisco office.

Provide SCADA expertise on wind, battery and solar power systems during the development, construction and operations phases of each project.
Review and approve wind, solar and energy storage SCADA system designs from Clearway's EPC partners that include: SCADA architecture drawings, fiber optic one-line drawings, patch panel details, points lists, substation communication panel, O&M communication panel and overall communication plan.
Support Management of consultants and subcontractors for SCADA phone calls, deliverables, testing, bill of materials, budgets, and system completion.
Review and approve contract documents that clearly define the scope of work and responsibility matrix for all SCADA equipment and telecommunication providers. Understand contract terms and ability to recognize discrepancies.
Understand utility, ISO, environmental and PPA counterpart data requirements to be meet by SCADA system.
Assist in the design SCADA portion of substation projects including modifications to RTU configurations and point list implementation.
Support the troubleshooting of power plant control and communication problems during construction and operations.