High Voltage Job Description

High Voltage Job Description

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High voltage provides engineering support to the Building System teams (High Voltage Power System, Vertical Conveyer) to establishes standards and specifications for installation, modification, quality control, testing, operation, inspection and maintenance of Emergency Power Supply System (EPSS) and high voltage electrical systems according to The Joint Commissioning standards, NFPA requirements, EPSS engineering principles and safety regulations.

High Voltage Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Be proficient in the use of tools and test equipment required for routine maintenance and testing of substation components, including transformer turns ratio testers, DLRO (Digital Low Resistance Ohmmeter), hi-pot testers, breaker testing equipment, and relay test instruments
Clean floors, windows, tools and power plant equipment
Fabricate lab equipment set-ups, program specific test harnesses, test fixtures, and electrical circuits/boxes in support of testing activities
Maintain test equipment calibration and associated records
Inspect equipment for malfunctions
Oil, grease and adjust machinery and equipment and makes minor repairs
Conduct periodic audits of team LOTO programs and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
Ensure safe use of additional equipment such as man lifts, bucket trucks, fork lifts, and aerial platforms
Delivering the best fuel economy for hybrid electric programs in every segment in which we compete
Develop electric vehicle electrical system architecture

High Voltage Qualifications

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Licensing or Certifications for High Voltage

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Education for High Voltage

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Employers hiring for the high voltage job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Collage and Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Education, Technical, Department of Education, Associates, Electronics, Graduate, Science, Mechanical Engineering

Skills for High Voltage

Desired skills for high voltage include:

Safety principles and using personal protective equipment
Frequency
4160 high voltage power generator systems
Amperage
Poser factors
Equipment
Methods
Tools
BEAR systems
Document and report writing

Desired experience for high voltage includes:

Knowledge of high voltage automotive system and electric and/or hybrid electric vehicle systems preferred, but not required
Experience in Ford WERS/AVBOM/AIMS systems preferred
Prior Design and Release experience preferred
Ability to work effectively with various functions of a vehicle program including supplier relations
BS in electrical engineering required (BSEE)
2+ years’ experience in manufacturing facility required

High Voltage Examples

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High Voltage Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of high voltage. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for high voltage
  • Develop electric vehicle high voltage electrical system Level FMEA's
  • Develop high voltage cable sizing/strategy
  • Support electrical system sizing analysis for electric vehicle specific modules
  • Develop low voltage fusing strategy for electric vehicle components
  • Develop device transmittals of electric vehicle specific high voltage modules
  • Provide vehicle build and launch support at local facilities, out of state facilities and/or international Vehicle Operations, including flashing software in electric vehicle specific modules
  • Lead to resolve electric vehicle electrical system issues
  • Provide guidance and mentoring to other technologists and new battery test engineers
  • Coordinate and install test set-ups for prototype and production battery packs for all Ford architectures and competitive applications
  • Conduct functional, safety, robustness and thermal battery pack tests in the Battery Cell Integration Laboratory (BCIL)
Qualifications for high voltage
  • Experience with vehicle electrical distribution/wiring systems required
  • MSEE or MSEE with 5+ years experience
  • Understanding of 6-Sigma process and methodologies preferred
  • Experience during launch phase of a product is preferred
  • Experience with both automation and manual labor is preferred
  • Experience with PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) is preferred
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High Voltage Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for a high voltage. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for high voltage
  • Support environmental and certification testing at external test sites, including test sample inspection, teardown and discharge tasks
  • Consistently adhere to all lab operating procedures and HV safety practices
  • Investigate functional expectations and corporate background for requirements, design rules
  • Clarify the needs vs wants, design specific direction vs generic functional requirements
  • Update and develop corporate documents as appropriate
  • Maintain validation-process improvement work plans and road maps
  • Work with HV Battery Controls/Software Engineers in the development of the hardware requirements for the electronic control module called Battery Energy Control Module (BECM)
  • Responsible for leading the design and development of the BECM HW functions
  • Lead the development of the BECM HW with a supplier
  • Support Renewables fleet throughout the US in areas of high voltage maintenance and troubleshooting
Qualifications for high voltage
  • Minimum 4 years automotive technical experience
  • Minimum Associates in Automotive Technology
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work independently a must
  • Experience supporting prototype builds including software flashing for HV Battery System elements, troubleshooting and resolving HV system issues and completing pre-test sign-off’s
  • Minimum 4 years of HV Battery experience
  • Strong understanding of HV vehicle electrical and mechanical systems including ability to fabricate & repair HV/LV wiring and instrumentation at a battery pack / vehicle level
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High Voltage Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking to fill the role of high voltage. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for high voltage
  • Track site discrete relay calibration due dates for assigned sites
  • Supervise and perform activities on the collection/interconnect systems
  • Rack in/out breakers and switchgear as necessary
  • Analyze water samples and adds chemicals as required
  • Report defects and recommend improvements, alterations and repairs
  • Maintain inventory lists and requisitions supplies, materials and repair parts
  • Perform related work appropriate to the classification as assigned
  • Perform administrative functions, such as writing technical reports, ordering materials, securing quotations, preparing job status reports, developing customer facing reports, and maintain these records on file as a reference for future outages
  • Maintain knowledge of the various reporting systems to the extent required for timely and accurate input of necessary field information, and manage field team’s labor debrief, payroll time, and travel & living expenses on a regular, timely and thorough basis
  • Drive EHS culture and ensure compliance
Qualifications for high voltage
  • Ability to pull software diagnosis codes and troubleshoot HV vehicle system related issues including test set ups and design issues
  • Achieved HV Level 2 Safety certification
  • Achieved Tier 2 Driver certification
  • Bachelor’s degree required in Electrical Engineering or Electronic Controls Engineering (BSEE or BSECE)
  • 5+ years engineering experience required, specifically, developing electric vehicle high voltage electrical system Level FMEA's
  • Strong leadership skills, ability to effectively interact with multiple cross functional team stakeholders
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Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is looking for a high voltage. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for high voltage
  • Train team and on-site personnel in IR (infrared) scanning techniques, transformer oil sample collection, substation battery testing and maintenance, and other HV eBOP (Electrical Balance of Plant)
  • By performing his/her tasks the commercial project manager shall contribute to achieve the financial objectives of the project in the most cost-efficient manner
  • Preparation and participation during monthly project review meetings
  • Responsible for specific commercial issues (“expert function”) within the group of commercial project managers of PEP PM Sarbanes-Oxley, Currency and Hedging, SAP Power User, Internal invoicing
  • May assist with proposal activiites
  • Provides planning so that current and future manpower requirements are met
  • Develop, appreciate and encourage leadership and functional expertise
  • Align objectives with the business strategy
  • Develop the organizational set-up of functional area
  • Select and retain leaders and build the organization
Qualifications for high voltage
  • Minimum of 1 year mechanical engineering experience
  • Minimum 3 years of automotive wiring systems including design, sizing, and packaging (Design and Release Engineering preferred)
  • MSEE or MSECE
  • Knowledge of high voltage automotive systems and electric and/or hybrid electric vehicle systems preferred
  • Working knowledge of CANalyzer, DET and PT-Diag preferred
  • Previous VO plant experience preferred
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Job Description Example
Our innovative and growing company is looking for a high voltage. We appreciate you taking the time to review the list of qualifications and to apply for the position. If you don’t fill all of the qualifications, you may still be considered depending on your level of experience.
Responsibilities for high voltage
  • Specification of electrical equipment
  • Delegate and follow up
  • Break down silos and allocate resources
  • Prepare, approve and follow switching schedules for the high voltage network, writing, issuing and cancelling high voltage safety documents
  • These designs may include runway approach lighting, airfield communications, instrument landing system, and other similar systems
  • Perform standardized OEM preventative and predictive maintenance, fleet and site HV maintenance, cost reporting and analytics
  • Conduct post-crash vehicle inspections, prepare reports and lead reviews with production teams
  • Support production teams with interpretation and compliance to HV crash safety requirements
  • Support refinement of HV crash safety procedures, criteria and best practices
  • The ideal candidate must have the experience or expertise to solve HV Substations problems and optimize the technical solution to be competitive
Qualifications for high voltage
  • Associates Degree in a technical discipline or higher required
  • Minimum 2 years of experience testing large format high voltage battery systems
  • Associate technical degree or equivalent experience required
  • Basic electrical/electronic instrumentation and troubleshooting skills
  • A working knowledge of instrumentation measurement systems, particularly transducers and their operation – temperature, current, voltage, pressure, and fluid flow
  • Complete required high voltage safety training, minimum Level 2

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