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Description du poste :
CGI is seeking an ADMS/SCADA Systems Analyst is accountable for building and maintaining templates (device points list standards) in the ADMS solution to support device instantiation, support various modes of testing with lab or field personnel, and ultimately ensure accurate controlling of devices from the ADMS application.
CGI offers more than a job. We offer limitless opportunities to make a difference for the clients and communities we serve. Come join committed, skilled and passionate people just like you! Come be part of our top global utility practice, serving 250+ utility providers in electric, water, and natural gas, including 8 of the top 10 in both Europe and North America. Our team of 6,500+ utility experts has significant expertise in providing the right approach to transforming electric utilities to a smarter, decarbonized grid. Our culture is collaborative and casual and we are looking for additional electric utility SMEs to join. We offer a competitive compensation package where you will be rewarded based on your performance and recognized for the value you bring to our business. In addition, our benefits package includes multiple medical, dental, & vision options, both a Shared Purchase Plan (SPP) for CGI stocks and a 401(k) plan, as well as numerous other life style benefits. CGI also provides sick leave and vacation pay. This career opportunity can be located in Denver, CO or Minneapolis, MN!
Fonctions et responsabilités :
• Configure ADMS/SCADA system components (e.g., RTU, supervisory control, area of responsibility, alarming, tagging, historical configuration tables, etc.) to support communications and control of 10,000+ remote field devices. Includes configuration of frontend processors (FEP) as well as DNP3 and Inter Control Center Communications Protocol (ICCP).
• Test configured components using several approaches, including device configuration testing in a lab environment, reconciliation of data fed from Energy Management System (EMS/SCADA integration) source system, and support for field testing of individual devices. • Troubleshoot defects and determine resolution path, including engagement of the vendor if required. Coordinate cross-team work efforts to support testing and troubleshooting of defects identified during testing. Troubleshooting generally includes engagement with other teams, including corporate (IT) and operational (OT) network communications, corporate (IT) server management disciplines, corporate (IT) cyber security, various Distribution Engineering partners, Transmission EMS/SCADA support team, Substation Engineering, Substation Communication Engineering, other company owned data warehouses, and project management. • Create and maintain tools and reporting used for real-time database configuration management.
Qualités requises pour réussir dans ce rôle :
• Minimum 5 years’ experience building and maintaining SCADA databases and device templates.
• Proven experience troubleshooting SCADA and SCADA template issues found during lab testing, field testing, and production operations. • Demonstrated experience with various protocols including DNP3 and ICCP • Proven experience troubleshooting real-time data protocols using tools such as Wireshark or ASE2000 communications test set • Utility and Electric Distribution, Outage Management, or Distribution Grid Management systems experience preferred. • Proven experience maintaining engineering documentation with a revision control system • General understanding of Microsoft Windows Server (2015/2018) environment. The ability to troubleshoot and utilize event logs, communication settings and command line tools
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