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Supervisor of Relay
General Definition of Work: This is a highly responsible engineering supervisory position that requires the mastery of knowledge, skills and experience required to develop and implement settings and maintain the Utility’s protective relays. Supervises and performs highly advanced technical and electrical work involving of the design, installation, commissioning, testing and repair of protective relays, switchboard and panel meters, watt-hour meters and related electronic and electro-mechanical equipment. Assists in the determination of project schedules, vendor selection, equipment designs, personnel procedures and budgeting. Subject Matter Expert (SME), for compliance with all FRCC and NERC standards and requirements related to protective relaying. Work may be performed u


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