Main duties and responsibilities will include;
Lead the configuration of IEC61850 IED’s via vendor specific tools and System Configuration Tools for complete system integration.
Lead the generation of Substation Configuration description Language (SCL) files for system integration.
Knowledge of interlocking principles used in substation automation systems and their implementation on IEC61850 IED’s.
Lead the design, configuration and testing required to deliver on time and within defined budgets the HVDC Control System hardware.
Lead the testing and debugging of complex IEC61850 communication systems using industry standard tools such as IEDSCout, Wireshark etc.
Coordinate and interface the HVDC Control System with Balance of Plant equipment and SCADA systems:
Define the main IO Lists of the control system
Analyze signal interfaces and ensure compatibility with the control system
Lead in collaboration with NPI teams, the configuration of Remote Terminal Units (RTU), Bay Controllers (BCU) and Merging Units for signal acquisition in digital substation environments.
Lead the design of LAN networks/Communication Architectures and configuration of industrial ethernet switches/routers and satellite clocks
Follow the departments standard design practices, engineering reviews and guidelines.
Define Control Panel requirements and produce detailed design documentation for the control system using standard design blocks under the guidance of lead engineers. This may include
Panel Electrical Schematics (using Engineering Base tool)
Routine Test specification
General Assembly drawings
Bill of Materials
Oversee the testing and FAT witnessing of the Control System.
Prepare and present technical information for Substation Control Systems to internal and external customers.
Assist site activities relevant to the installation and commissioning of the control system.
Share engineering information and promote open dialogue.
Assure proper documentation of technical data generated for the assigned projects and/or tasks consistent with engineering policies and procedures.
Lead Controls Engineer requirements;
Degree in Electronics/Electrical engineering or related field.
Strong background in configuring Substation Bay Controllers/Merging Units/ IEC61850 IED’s
Experience in Control Panel design (preferably as used in substation/power plant environments)
Strong background in Distributed Control Systems / Substation Automation
Experience in working with engineering tools such as AutoCAD, e-base, Microsoft Visio
Knowledge of industrial communication networks such as Profibus and Ethernet based protocols.
Understanding of fibre optic cabling systems
Understanding of LV cable sizing and distribution
Control & Protection Relay logics Design techniques
Experienced in developing electrical designs for industrial control systems.