Role Summary: Responsible for advanced Power Systems Application software development and successful delivery of assigned functions to meet corporate project/product commitments. The responsibilities include: working with Electric Utilities or ISOs (Independent System Operators) and Transmission and Distribution System Operators on functional software specifications, designing, coding, testing, integration, application tuning and delivery. Essential Responsibilities:
Act as a member and leader in Software Center of Excellence, representing the face of high quality design and development practices. Implement new functionalities in power system application software which includes EMS (Energy Management System) and DTS (Dispatcher Training Simulator) applications.
Provide maintenance of power systems application functionality; including code fixes, documentation, and user interfaces.
Collaborate with system/project engineers, frontend developers and EMS and DMS application developers to implement solutions that are aligned with product direction.
Consults with other technical leads to ensure that project-related system design guidelines are being followed. Responsible for writing EMS Functional Software Designs.
Provides input to technical lead on schedules and cost estimates.
Interfaces with customers on general and specific issues within area of functional expertise.
Provides marketing support for proposals and demonstrations to potential customers.
Mentors interns and junior staff. Qualifications/Requirements:
Master's degree in Electrical Engineering with thesis or related work in power systems.
Requires four (4) years development or project delivery experience in related field
Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. GE may agree to sponsor an individual for an employment visa now or in the future if there is a shortage of individuals with particular skills. Desired Characteristics:
Work and/or academic experience in the power systems area.
Excellent programming skills in C++, Java or other related language, as required. Good understanding of database operation.
Excellent knowledge of assigned technical area and a strong understanding of the EMS software.
Good understanding of power systems and/or energy management systems with focus on transmission Network Applications like State Estimation, Contingency Analysis, Optimal Power Flow or Dispatcher training Simulator
Knowledge and experience with electric utility industry practices
Strong knowledge of customer perspective and needs.
Proven software design skills at the application and technical area level.
Ability to see integration issues and to preclude schedule impacts.
Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to write professional and technical reports and procedures. Ability to make formal and informal presentation to technical and non-technical staff and customers.
Ability to work independently and be self-motivated.
Demonstrates a high degree of personal and professional integrity.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
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