Chelan County PUD is seeking a full-time Control Systems Engineer to our team. The position works as a part of our Control Systems Engineering team providing industrial controls engineering services for generation, transmission, distribution, hatcheries, water and wastewater. The ideal candidate will have the skill and ability to perform essential cybersecurity and compliance management activities for enterprise systems including security patching, security policy maintenance and enforcement, system monitoring and cyber vulnerability assessment.
Enjoy opportunities to progress your career as you build and maintain systems that impact critical services to our community, improve the quality of life, and truly change our part of the world. As a Control Systems Engineer you'll work collaboratively with like-minded, innovative and passionate people to bring together ideas from inception through project implementation. This includes: • Actively manage security patch management in an enterprise environment for Windows Server 2016/2019, Windows 10, VMWare and other enterprise solutions. • Deploy and maintain networks, servers and workstations. • Implement technical tools and security controls required to meet cybersecurity and compliance objectives. • Implement and maintain SCADA systems for generation, transmission, distribution, hatcheries, water, and waste/water. • Provide technical support for project teams assigned to implementing or modifying District control systems.
We're filling the position at a level I, II or III (based on applicants' knowledge skills and abilities) - see the CAREER LEVEL GUIDE linked at our website at www.chelanpud.org/about-us/careers.
A Bachelor's degree (B. S., B. A.) from a college or university; or equivalent combination of education and experience is required for all levels. BS in Electrical Engineer, Systems Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Science or closely related field is preferred. Level I is entry level and does not require any related experience; level II requires two years' related experience and level II requires five years' specific control system engineering experiences. Experience requirements may be reduced for candidates with a Master's Degree.