Senior SCG Engineer

Senior SCG Engineer.

Senior SCG Engineer





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Job - Senior SCG Engineer - HVDC Control Systems

Client Location - Not specified

Remote work offering - Yes

Client Industry - Energy/Power

Contract Length - 6 months

Project focus: The project entails working on HVDC control systems, specifically the SCADA Communication Gateway (SCG), for integrating automation devices and communication systems in energy transmission substations. Tasks include creating and maintaining specifications and manuals, configuring the central control system, and ensuring seamless communication between components during integration and testing.

Key skills and Experience required:

  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Automation Engineering
  • Up to three years of experience in control systems for energy transmission
  • Proficiency in project management, customer communication, and teamwork
  • Understanding of SCADA systems in energy transmission, including substations
  • Technical proficiency in English
  • Experience with Remote Control Interface, protocol converters, and data concentrators
  • Familiarity with configuring IPCOMM ipConf Gateway & protocol converters
  • Knowledge of integrating ancillary systems into control systems
  • Signal processing and database systems experience
  • Familiarity with control protocols such as IEC101, IEC104, IEC61850, OPC, and DNP

If you meet the qualifications and are interested in this role, please send your up-to-date CV to

Darwin Recruitment is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Oliver Stewart

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