Engineers use scientific and mathematical knowledge to plan, design, and oversee construction and maintenance of our power plants, electric lines, and utility equipment.

As an Engineer, you will:

  • Determine how electric systems and power plant equipment should work and how a change in conditions, operations, and the environment will affect outcomes.
  • Compare new or existing designs to required specifications.
  • Visualize equipment after it is designed and installed.
  • Predict likely outcomes based on your knowledge and skills.
  • Use logic to solve engineering problems.
  • Seek out new ideas and approaches.

  • You'll also need to:

  • Be a good listener.
  • Be able to communicate complicated information in a way others can understand.
  • Plan and prioritize your work.
  • Keep up-to-date with technology.
  • Strive to make equipment, systems, and processes work more efficiently and effectively.

  • Types of Engineers: Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, & Nuclear.

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    Disclaimer: The qualifications listed are general for reference purposes and may be clarified/changed from time-to-time depending on business needs.