Power Delivery

Power Delivery

Your Premier Partner for Power Delivery Talent - LVI Associates

The Power Delivery sector is witnessing transformative changes driven by environmental compliance, energy conservation, and digitalization, creating a growing demand for skilled professionals to shape its future. With diverse regional developments across the globe – from restructuring transmission infrastructure in Europe to increasing offshore investments in the Asia Pacific – the Power Delivery landscape is dynamic and ever-changing.

At LVI Associates, our dedicated team is here to expertly navigate these complexities. Leveraging our extensive global network and in-depth industry knowledge, we offer unmatched candidates specialized in areas like digitalization and renewable energy. Our bespoke talent solutions encompass executive search, contract staffing, and multi-hire options, ensuring a personalized, swift, and top-quality service.

If you're seeking to recruit top talent for your Power Delivery needs, request a call back from our team to discuss your specific goals, recruitment strategies, and talent requirements. Professionals in search of rewarding roles in the Power Delivery sector can explore our current vacancies. With LVI Associates, gain the strategic advantage that ensures your resounding success in this rapidly evolving industry.

Benefits of working with LVI Associates

We're in the business of turning challenges into successful outcomes in the Power Delivery sector at LVI Associates. The need for reliable, efficient, and green power systems is on the rise, which has led to a high demand for skilled professionals. Factors like population growth, urban expansion, and the necessity for resilient power systems capable of withstanding environmental changes are all driving this demand.

Whether you're in a rush to fill crucial roles in Power Delivery or are searching for the right talent to fit into your long-term plans, we've got the knowledge and team to deliver outstanding results. Here's what you can expect when you team up with the LVI Associates' Power Delivery team:

Experience

We have over a decade’s worth of experience as a leading Power Delivery talent partner.

Network

A vast, global network of the best, in-demand active and passive Power Delivery professionals, working worldwide.

Knowledge

Our award-winning Power Delivery talent specialists offer bespoke, tailored guidance on the latest hiring trends and industry news to help you achieve your goals.

Take the first step in overcoming your talent shortage by completing our form. Our dedicated team awaits the opportunity to discuss how we can effectively partner with your organization to fulfill your hiring goals.

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Power Delivery Jobs

Control Room Operator

Control Room Operator Position Overview: Responsibilities: Monitor and operate sites per procedures and directives. Use the provided information to make decisions impacting the company financially. Communicate with field personnel, grid operators, and customers. Ensure all site issues are documented in the CMMS. Log regulatory calls and other items not handled by CMMS. Escalate issues to Performance Engineering as needed. Ensure operations meet contractual obligations (e.g., performance guarantees, maintenance, etc.). Support dispatched field personnel for successful site responses. Perform other duties as assigned by the manager. Ideal Candidate Qualifications: 2-year technical degree, military technical experience, or equivalent industry experience. Operational knowledge of solar, storage, or EV charging. Understanding of solar plant construction and equipment interactions. Proficient in English (oral and written). Experience with SCADA systems, PLC, or plant control systems. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Experience in plant operations and control rooms. Preferred experience as Generator Operator, Scheduling Coordinator, or Transmission Operator. Knowledge of electrical theory. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, OneNote, Outlook). Ability to multitask and adapt to changing priorities. Capable of making decisive decisions with available information. Physical Requirements: Ability to drive a vehicle. Stand for long periods. Walk up to 5 miles a day. Receive and act on detailed information orally and in writing. Visual acuity, including depth perception, to ensure work accuracy. Other Requirements: May require travel. Must work in-office. Required to work a 4x10 schedule, including day, swing, or night shifts, holidays, and weekends. Ability to make quick decisions in a fast-paced environment. Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance starting the 1st of the month after hire. Paid Time Off. Paid and floating holidays. 401(k) with employer match. Parental leave.

US$100000 - US$100001 per year
England
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Electrical AutoCAD Designer

Overview My client is seeking two skilled Electrical Auto-CAD Designers to join their expanding team. One position requires regular attendance at the Surprise, Arizona office location, while the other is a remote role with weekly travel to Flagstaff. Both positions offer competitive compensation and the opportunity to work on exciting electrical design projects. Position 1: On-site Electrical Auto-CAD Design Engineer Location: Surprise, Arizona Schedule: 4 days a week in the office Experience: 3-5 years in electrical design Position 2: Remote Electrical Auto-CAD Design Engineer Location: Remote (Travel to Flagstaff once a week) Experience: 3-5 years in electrical design Responsibilities: Develop and prepare electrical design drawings using Auto-CAD software. Collaborate with engineers and project managers to ensure designs meet project specifications and standards. Review and modify designs to ensure accuracy and compliance with regulations. Qualifications: Proven experience (3-5 years) in electrical design, with proficiency in Auto-CAD. Strong understanding of electrical systems and components. Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail. Benefits: Travel expenses covered for the remote position. Opportunities for professional growth and development. Supportive and dynamic work environment. Application Process Interested candidates should submit their resume detailing their experience in electrical design and suitability for the position they are applying for.

US$60000 - US$75000 per year
Arizona
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Transmission Interconnection Manager

We are looking for a Transmission Interconnection Manager to join a rapidly growing renewable developer in the space. Responsibilities: Plan and manage the interconnection of transmission assets with utilities, grid operators, and regulatory bodies. Coordinate all aspects of interconnection from feasibility studies to project commissioning. Act as the primary liaison for external stakeholders involved in transmission projects. Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and standards throughout the interconnection process. Identify and mitigate risks associated with transmission interconnection. Maintain accurate documentation and reports for transparency and accountability. Monitor and manage budgets associated with interconnection activities. Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Energy Management, or related field (Master's preferred). Proven experience in transmission interconnection management within the energy industry. Strong project management skills and ability to meet deadlines. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills for effective stakeholder management. Proficiency in relevant software (PSS/E and/or PSLF) and tools used in transmission planning and project management. Experience utilizing PROMOD is a plus

Negotiable
United States of America
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Senior Project Manager - Converters

Project Manager - Converters Berlin (hybrid) OR remote within Northern Germany Overview: We are seeking an experienced Sub-Project Manager for our TSO clients NordOstLink HVDC transmission project. This role involves planning, approval, and coordination for the converter sub-project, ensuring technical standards, contracts, and project management specifications are met. Responsibilities: - Lead and manage the sub-project team, service providers, and project participants for the power converter design, planning, production, construction, installation, and commissioning. - Support the approval process in compliance with NABEG and BImschG regulations. - Develop and implement strategies for contract awarding, planning, logistics, quality assurance, installation, and commissioning of the power converter. - Represent the sub-project at public events and liaise with authorities to safeguard project interests. - Manage sub-project objectives, including HSE, time, quality, costs, and enhance internal project management standards. Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree in engineering (e.g., electrical, industrial) or equivalent experience. - Extensive experience in onshore infrastructure projects, preferably in electrical plant construction. - Proven project management experience, with a solid understanding of project management methods and technical team leadership. - Proficient in MS Office. - Excellent German (C1) and good English (B2) language skills. Preferred: - Experience in large-scale projects. - Familiarity with approval procedures involving specialist authorities. - Certification in project management. Personal Development: - Opportunity to manage a large sub-project with multiple interfaces. - Expand expertise in technical management and mentoring. Interested in finding out more? Apply directly or reach out with any questions

Negotiable
England
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Transmission System Operator

Responsibilities: Monitor, analyze, and respond to electric system conditions via the Energy Management System (EMS). Control electric transmission facilities safely and reliably, adhering to FERC, NERC, ERCOT, PJM, and LSPG standards. Provide direction to field personnel and coordinate with neighboring entities for safe system maintenance. Monitor and control voltage levels and power flows to maintain system reliability; analyze data and take corrective actions. Assist in developing and maintaining transmission operations and maintenance procedures. Implement safety standards during high-voltage switching and maintenance operations. Perform high-voltage switching operations during normal and abnormal conditions. Manage transmission outages, minimizing disruption and ensuring regulatory compliance. Assist EMS staff with one-line diagrams and EMS system maintenance. Comply with NERC, ERCOT, PJM, and LSPG guidelines and record-keeping requirements. Assist the regulatory compliance department with NERC standards and other requirements. Maintain NERC and PJM certification through required training. Qualifications: Valid Driver's License and good driving record. Minimum two years of experience in the electrical power or military power field. ERCOT and/or PJM experience preferred. Minimum five years of experience in transmission system operations for senior consideration. Valid NERC Transmission Operator or Reliability Coordinator certification; must obtain PJM certification within six months of hire. Formal education or training in electrical industry work (e.g., power plant operations, I&C technician, electrician). Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook). Self-motivated, disciplined, precise communicator, organized, critical thinker with strong technical acuity in math and electrical principles. Working Conditions: Perform rotating shift work in a modern Transmission Operations Control Center. Subject to provide relief support when requested.

Negotiable
Texas
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Project Manager

This is a hybrid role, with an expectation of working from the client's office 2-3 days per week and from home on other days. Our client provides consulting services in the Energy & Utilities sector. They offer project management services, engineering design services, and transmission and distribution engineering services. They are known for being an award-winning firm and emphasizes a supportive and growth-oriented work environment, including a range of benefits and professional development opportunities for their employees. Schedule: - Emphasizing work-life balance, we offer flexible working hours. They ask that everyone is in the office from 9 am to 3 pm. - Paid Time Off and Holidays included. - Work from home opportunities available. Essential Responsibilities: - Manage multiple projects through their lifecycle: initiation, design, engineering, material procurement, construction, commissioning, and close out - Oversee project schedules, budgets, and resources, including external vendors and contractors - Handle projects ranging from $1M to $30M in capital spend with lifecycles of 18 months or longer - Develop project execution plans and necessary documents for project authorization and funding - Manage project budgets, provide monthly forecast updates, and handle work orders - Direct project teams and adhere to the project management process - Track metrics, report to stakeholders, and ensure compliance with regulatory and corporate procedures - Up to 10% travel required - Complete other duties as assigned Knowledge & Skills: - Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or equivalent - High voltage transmission or substation project management experience - Minimum 4 years of relevant project management experience, including large-scale project management and project controls - Proficient in scheduling, monitoring, and updating project schedules - Strong analytical, problem-solving, and financial analysis skills - Excellent leadership, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills - Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs Preferred License(s)/Certification(s): - Project Management Professional (PMP) certification - Professional Engineer (PE) License Benefits: - Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance - 401k match - Paid time off - Free monthly massages

US$140000 - US$140001 per year
White Plains
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Transmission & Distribution Project Manager- Energy Department

Transmission Line & Distribution Project Manager- Energy Department Experience Required: 4-8 years in a project management role with a power delivery background Location: Phoenix, AZ (Southwestern region) About the Role: Seeking a dynamic and experienced Transmission Line & Distribution Project Manager to join the Energy Department. This role involves managing clients largest and most complex projects, ensuring they are completed on time, within budget, and to the highest standards. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in power delivery, excellent communication skills, and a proven track record of successful project management. Key Responsibilities: Project Management: Oversee the design and construction phases of transmission line and distribution projects. Client Engagement: Ensuring client needs and expectations are met. Scheduling: Develop, update, and maintain project schedules, ensuring all milestones are met. Quality Control: Ensure all projects meet quality standards and regulatory requirements. Qualifications: Bachelor's or associate degree in engineering, Project Management, or a related field. 4-8 years of experience in project management within the power delivery sector. Strong understanding of transmission line and distribution space. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with an extroverted personality ideal for a client-facing role. Proven ability to manage large, complex projects from inception to completion. Proficiency in project management software and tools. Strong business acumen and the ability to be billable. Skills: Excellent leadership and team management skills. Strong problem-solving abilities and attention to detail. Benefits: Competitive salary and performance-based bonuses. Opportunities for professional development and career advancement. Flexible work environment and supportive culture. If you are a motivated and experienced project manager with a passion for energy and power delivery, we would love to hear from you. Apply today!

Negotiable
Phoenix
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Senior Engineer DER

Senior Engineer - DER Integration & System Modeling (Hybrid) Develops and/or leads teams in studies, plans, criteria, specifications, calculations, evaluations, design documents, performance assessments, integrated systems analysis, cost estimates, budgets, associated with the planning, design, licensing, construction, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of the electric generation, transmission, distribution, gas and telecommunication facilities/systems. Provide Consultation review financial data provide technical expertise PRIMARY DUTIES * Leads and performs assignments in specialized areas requiring extensive engineering expertise. Requiring maintaining state of the art engineering credential in the specialized technical area. (25%) * Leads and performs engineering tasks and projects associated with a critical or analytical engineering project or a small number of complex projects that require specialized knowledge in many areas, may include field testing troubleshooting, and peer review. (30%) * Evaluates, develops, implements and leads projects that have significant financial and operational impact, may also develop initial commissioning plans. Plans, writes and performs tasks for documentation deliverable and projects (10%) * Participates in department planning, through field/site walk downs, attend meetings/conference calls, provide budget recommendations and monitor performance for the accomplishment of committed results. (5%) * Performs assignments while acting independently, and may lead multi-discipline teams, may include providing direct oversight of contractors. (5%) * Serves as an expert in specialized area. (5%) * Acts as an expert witness or provide expert opinions as required. (5%) * Provides recommendations to management and implements action plans to improve performance and cost effectiveness. (5%) * Provides detailed technical training, mentorship, peer review, and/or guidance to others. (5%) * Participates in technical and industry societies and committees to enhance knowledge of new technologies or issues in areas of company interest, make recommendations for business decisions regarding strategy for new technologies and/or engineering techniques and tools. (5%) Minimum S. Engineering or P.E. 7+ of professional engineering experience (3 related career experiences) Lead member of recognized committee or P.E., M.B.A or MPM Preferred Grad level work E. CYMDIST, PSSE, Python, PSCAD, MATLAB Strong understanding of the process and procedures related to integration of distributed energy resources

Negotiable
United States of America
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System Operations Trainer

Currently Hiring for a Trainer for System Operations Training, focusing on electric transmission systems. This hybrid role starts with three months of full-time office work. Responsibilities: Develop and implement System Operations Training programs. Conduct training using adult learning principles and simulations. Update training materials per regulatory changes. Evaluate vendor training content. Support system emergencies and incident analyses. Skills: Knowledge of electric transmission operations and switching/tagging procedures. Familiarity with EMS, DTS, NERC standards, and OSHA regulations. Strong presentation, communication, and problem-solving skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office and online presentation tools. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or equivalent experience. 5-10 years in power distribution, transmission, or generation. Preferred: 4 years as a System Operator, 1 year as a trainer. Valid driver's license. NERC Transmission Operator certification (or obtain within 6 months). Working Conditions: Available for emergency storm assignments. Travel within MA/CT/NH as needed.

Negotiable
United States of America
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Department Manager - Substation

We have a current opportunity for a Substation Engineering Manager. This position will be based out of Orlando, Florida on a hybrid work schedule (3 days in office and 2 days remote). Responsibilities: Lead a multi-discipline team of engineers and technicians Oversee and manage the budget, schedule, and quality requirements for various projects Review engineering work or assignments & provide mentorship where/when needed Provide support to business development strategies & implementations Ensure client and industry standards are maintained on assigned projects Actively manage any changes to a project while in direct coordination of both the client and project management team Qualifications: 8+ years related work experience 3+ years of experience in design of substation facilities with a familiarity of the overall project life-cycle, layout design and optimization, relay protection & control, and civil/structural designs. Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Experience managing/supervising EPC or design services substation projects for Utilities across the U.S. Good communication skills Comfortable working directly with clients P.E. License highly preferred Benefits: Competitive Salary Strong PTO and Paid Holidays Stock Ownership Options Hybrid Flexibility Flexible Scheduling Health & Wellness Package Financial Planning Assistance Relocation Assistance Educational Resources Rotational Programs Networking Opportunities/Events Matching Programs & Constant Volunteer Opportunities

Negotiable
Orlando
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Substation Structural/Physical Lead Engineer

We have an need for a Substation Structural/Physical Lead Engineer and/or Supervisor. This position is fully remote flexible or hybrid flexible out of on of the following locations: West Palm Beach, FL / Tampa, FL / New Orleans, LA. Requirements to be Considered: Bachelor's degree in Civil/Structural Engineer Professional Engineer License is Required 8+ years of direct substation and/or transmission engineering experience Requires technical competence in substation design for grading, physical layout, Bus & structural calculations, grounding & foundation Familiarity with utility industry standards (NEC, NESC, NEMA, IEEE, and ANSI ideally) Main Responsibilities: Work with a multi-disciplinary team for the design of substation projects (including other power delivery departments like the Transmission Engineering and P&C Engineering teams) Responsible for handling multiple projects while providing detailed design packages that comply with design standards/safety codes Review/Supervise calculations, drawings, specifications and perform condition assessments Preparation of Proposals (technical scope, level of effort and cost estimates) Mentor and guide other Engineering Professionals Benefits: Competitive Salary & PTO options 8 paid holidays off 401k matching Dental, vision and medical insurance Flexible work schedule options

US$120000 - US$160000 per year
United States of America
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Transmission Systems Engineer

Interested in applying your skill set in system protection & control, SCADA, and utility transmission projects to one of the nation's leading independent power producers/developers? Our client has an exciting opening for a transmission systems engineer with a background in system protection & control, SCADA designs, and utility maintenance systems. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading utility that distributes power across the country, has a portfolio in both renewable generation and power transmission and has also been responsible for funding over $40 million to North American infrastructure efforts. Preference for candidates locally based and/or willing to relocate to the Greater Austin TX. Relocation assistance is required. In-state candidates will be considered. Qualifications: 4-5+ years of electrical engineering industry experience. 2+ years of experience working directly for a cooperative, investor owned utility, engineering design & consulting firm, or EPC/OEM. Experience working on one or the following areas: system protection systems, SCADA design, operations & maintenance, relay settings, commissioning. Four year engineering degree. PE License not required. *Must be in the US to be considered.

Negotiable
Austin
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Be interview ready – offshore wind roles

​Discover 10 tips on how to prepare for an offshore wind interview Preparing for a job interview for an opening in the offshore wind industry requires thorough research, an understanding of the industry's unique challenges and requirements, and showcasing your relevant skills and experiences. As talent experts in the energy and infrastructure space, we’ve compiled a checklist for you to use to simplify this process. Here are some reminders to help you prepare effectively and put your best foot forward: ​1 - Research the company and the offshore wind industry: Gain a comprehensive understanding of the company you are interviewing with, including their projects, mission, values, and recent achievements. Additionally, research the offshore wind industry, including current projects in your region, market trends, regulatory frameworks, and key players. ​2 - Review the job descriptionCarefully analyze the job description to identify the key skills, qualifications, and responsibilities required for the role. Note specific technical knowledge or certifications mentioned and consider how your own experiences align with the requirements. ​3 - Showcase your knowledge and experienceDemonstrate your knowledge of the offshore wind industry during the interview. Highlight any relevant experiences you have, such as working on wind energy projects, knowledge of wind turbine technologies, or experience with offshore operations and maintenance. Share specific examples of your contributions and accomplishments in similar roles or projects. ​💡 Added tip! If you come from a different professional background but have landed an interview at an offshore wind-focused company, it's a great opportunity to highlight your transferable skillsets to offshore infrastructure. This is especially useful if you have experience in marine operations, structural engineering, high-voltage electrical engineering, or substation experience. Make sure to shine a light on skills like working with development frameworks, handling grid connections, tackling installation and commissioning tasks, being well-versed in health, safety, and environment (HSE) practices for marine operations, managing contracts, navigating LTSAs and FIDIC contracts, and obtaining permits. Demonstrating your proficiency in these areas will showcase your diverse skillset and show that you're a seasoned professional with plenty of relevant skills for the company. ​4 - Familiarize yourself with offshore wind challenges Be prepared to discuss the unique challenges associated with offshore wind projects, such as challenges in the local supply chain, environmental impact assessments, grid integration, or weather conditions. Showcase your ability to handle these challenges by recounting examples of problem-solving or innovative approaches you have taken in previous roles or projects. ​5 - Understand safety and environmental considerationsOffshore wind projects prioritize safety and environmental considerations. Familiarize yourself with relevant safety standards, regulations, and practices, such as those set by different regional governance. Highlight any safety certifications or training you have completed and demonstrate your commitment to maintaining a safe and sustainable work environment. ​6 - Brush up on technical skills and industry terminologyReview technical skills and knowledge relevant to the offshore wind industry, such as wind turbine technology, power generation, electrical systems, or project management. Be prepared to discuss industry-specific terminology and concepts, showcasing your understanding of the technical aspects of the field. ​7 - Prepare examples of problem-solving and teamwork Be ready to share examples of how you have solved problems, overcame challenges, and have worked effectively in teams. Offshore wind projects often require collaboration with multidisciplinary teams, so highlight your ability to work well in such environments and contribute to achieving project goals. If you have experience working with diverse individuals or overseas teams, make sure you’ve gone through these projects in your head to keep them at the top of your mind. The offshore wind industry is a dynamic and quick-moving one. Being decisive and efficient in decision-making and communication are valued soft skills. ​8 - Anticipate behavioural and situational questionsPrepare for behavioural and situational interview questions that assess your competencies and fit for the role. Practice answering questions that demonstrate your ability to handle pressure, work in diverse teams, communicate effectively, and manage conflicts. ​9 - Have questions ready for the interviewerPrepare thoughtful questions to ask the interviewer about the company, the specific role, project details, and career development opportunities. This shows your interest in the company and your proactive approach to understanding the role and its expectations. ​10 - Conduct mock interviews and seek feedbackPractice mock interviews with a friend or mentor to refine your responses and gain feedback. This will help you improve your confidence, clarity of expression, and ability to effectively convey your skills and experiences. ​Finally... Remember to dress professionally, arrive early, and maintain a positive and confident demeanour during the interview. By thoroughly preparing and showcasing your knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm for the offshore wind industry, you can position yourself as a strong candidate for the role. ​At LVI Associates, we are dedicated to empowering energy and infrastructure professionals to achieve their career goals. By taking the time to truly understand your aspirations, we provide you with unparalleled opportunities in the industry that align with your ambitions. Unlock the door to your future by exploring our latest roles. Register with us today and take the step towards your next career move.

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