Jacobs Electrical Distribution Engineering Lead in Fort Worth, Texas
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The energy industry is undergoing rapid and dramatic changes, moving away from fossil fuels to alternative energy sources. At the same time, the risks posed by climate change and aging infrastructure requires an array of dynamic and innovative solutions to deliver resilient utility services. This energy transition is still in its early stages, and presents significant technical, logistical, and market challenges. Decarbonization will require detailed planning, multi-disciplinary collaboration, significant financial resources, and motivated staff to support successful implementation. Jacobs is expanding our Energy & Power team to tackle the complexities of decarbonization to deliver a cleaner and more secure energy future.
By joining our team, as an Electrical Distribution Engineering Lead we’ll harness your expertise as an innovator and technologist to develop strategies to solve our client’s challenging energy needs. As an Electrical Distribution Engineering Lead, you’ll work closely across operations, sales, and technology functions providing leadership as we expand our energy transitions portfolio. You can be based anywhere in North America.
Your primary responsibilities will focus upon 1) development of delivery for electrical transmission and distribution engineering projects for utility, industrial and municipal clients; 2) execution of market strategy to support Jacobs’s growth in the Energy Transitions market; and 3) development of internal capabilities to address the significant infrastructure investments utilities are making to increase resilience and incorporate distributed energy across their networks.
Other responsibilities will include collaboration with global resources to develop an industry-leading transmission and distribution engineering design practice within the firm.
If you are excited by the possibilities of a carbon-free energy future, motivated by a challenge, and enjoy working with a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team to develop innovative solutions, Jacobs is the place for you. Come join our growing team to realize the future of energy!
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering
At least 10 years of design experience working with utility clients and transmission and distribution projects
Expertise in CYME, ETAP, Aspen, Powerworld and other leading power engineering software focused to the power T&D Utility Industry
Industry experience across a broad range of investor-owned utilities
Knowledge of transmission and distribution design standards across the broader power/utility market space
Strong communication and technical writing skills
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