Job title: Control Systems Engineer – Grid Stability & Operability
Location: England, United Kingdom (Hybrid)
The Green Recruitment Company is excited to be partnering with a leading global advisory business that builds on 90 years of experience. The business is investing significantly in renewable energy in the UK and looking for a Control Systems Engineer to join their rapidly expanding UK offices. The position will play a critical role in designing, analyzing and optimizing electrical power systems across a variety of power generation, transmission and distribution projects.
Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to conceptualize, design, and deliver control systems solutions for complex power projects.
Conduct detailed analyses of power systems and associated control systems.
Develop and implement advanced control algorithms to enhance the performance and reliability of power systems.
Undertake system integration tasks, interfacing control systems with various hardware and software components, such as PLCs, SCADA systems, and remote monitoring solutions.
Perform simulation and testing of control strategies using industry-standard software tools, verifying system performance under various operating conditions and disturbances.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Control Systems Engineering, or a related field.
Proven experience in designing and implementing control systems for power generation, transmission and distribution projects.
Strong proficiency in control system design, simulation, and optimization using tools such as MATLAB/Simulink, Digsilent PowerFactory or similar software.
Familiarity with industry standards and regulations related to power systems and control systems engineering (e.g., IEC 61850, IEEE standards).
In conclusion, be part of an organisation to drive the renewable energy revolution and contribute to a sustainable future.
How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role to Monique Marais (firstname.lastname@example.org)