Substation / Electronic Technician position available in the Durango Office.
To be able to install and maintain all substation relays, controls, electronic equipment, company communications equipment and computer equipment. Develops plans, procedures, and goals in regards to the above mentioned system components. Maintains broad knowledge and skill in state of the art system components.
Qualified applicants shall possess a valid Colorado drivers license. Current First Aid & CPR cards. High School diploma or equivalent. An Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology, or completed an approved apprenticeship with advanced studies in digital systems including microprocessors, peripheral equipment and programming.
Must have four (4) years of combined education and experience in 3Ø power systems, substation controls, electronics, protective relaying and computers. Two (2) years of practical experience and knowledge in maintenance and installation of electronic telecommunication and digital systems including, SCADA systems, microwave radio and carrier system, and digital remote terminal units, microprocessors and computer systems.
Must be capable of satisfactorily interpreting electrical schematic diagrams, wiring diagrams and control logic and be capable of satisfactorily maintaining maintenance records including as‑built drawings.
LPEA offers a competitive wage and benefit package. This position is open until filled.
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