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Little Rock, AR
Are you an engineer looking to provide impact to over 42 million people by assisting in the developing of transmission plans to ensure continued system reliability and to help keep lights on reliably?
If so, read on…
Our Senior/Principal Transmission Planning Planner (Expansion) supports multiple departments by performing a range of reliability and compliance assessments, including steady-state, transient and voltage stability analyses, project review, and compliance reporting.
As our Senior/Principal Transmission Planning Planner, you will have the opportunity to work with MISO members and stakeholders to develop and present transmission plans for inclusion in the MISO Transmission Expansion Plan (MTEP).
Lastly, as our Senior/Principal Transmission Planning Planner, you will be provided with opportunities to lead process improvement initiatives, mentor engineers, as well as ownership and project management of specific processes. You will also be able to build professional relationships as well as improve your technical skills.
In one year, you will know you’re successful if:
We are looking for talented professionals who have:
- You can lead the steady state team to perform the steady state analysis for our regular MTEP cycle
- You become the champion who leads our NERC compliance effort including TPL-001-4/5 and other NERC standards that MISO is responsible for
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
- Four years of related power system planning or operations experience
- Experience with NERC standards and compliance
- Experience with power system analysis software such as PSSE, VSAT, TSAT, V&R POM, TARA
Appropriate level will be determined based upon experience and knowledge.
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MISO manages the electricity superhighway in the Central U.S. Through use of groundbreaking research and advanced technology, our highly skilled employees ensure power flows reliably to 42 million people. Operating the electricity grid, running a robust energy market, planning for a bright future – it’s what our immensely talented and dedicated team does every day.
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