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Utility Power System Engineer

Job Category: Systems Engineer (Design)

Job Title: Utility Power System Engineer

Location: Gloucester, Ma

FT/PT: Full-Time

Shift: 1

Date Posted: 02/21/2013


Job Description:

										Utility Power System Engineer

We are looking for a Utility Power System Engineer at Varian Semiconductor Equipment, a division of Applied Materials Inc., which is the leading producer of ion implantation equipment used in the manufacture of semiconductors.  

Key responsibilities include:
	Substation design – experience in the design of substation layout and equipment and integration/connection ratings (current, Voltage, Thermal and Environmental) 
	Introduction of new power equipment (Switchgear, Transformers, Reactors, VARs) to utility
	Supporting the sales effort of new power equipment (Switchgear, Transformers, Reactors, VARs) to utility.
	Conduct Product performance assessment and simulation 
	Ensure Hardware & Software technical coherency throughout the development   
	Contribute to product documentation creation (user manual, maintenance manual, …) 
	Provide support to product users.  
	Capture Customer needs 
	Specify Product nominal and degraded modes, functions and performances
	Set design constraints for industrialization, reliability and safety
	Create requirements for maintenance and configuration tools & functions 


Education/Experience:
	MSc in Electrical Power Systems
	Design, manufacturing and testing of power equipment
	Design experience
	Working with equipment design software, condition monitoring and SCADA systems
	Software Experience (proficiency), Finite Element analysis (ANSYS, ANSOFT, …)
	Power systems analysis – PSS or similar
	Power systems transient analysis – EMTP/ATP or similar


Position is located in Gloucester, Massachusetts.  Local candidates preferred.

Applied Materials is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in its workforce.
 
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