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SCADA Engineer

Company Name:
ACT Consulting
Hello. I am currently recruiting for a contract position we have with pour direct client in Berlin, CT. Please review the job descrptipon below. If you are interested, please send a copy of your resume to john@act-info.com.
Thank you.

195552 - Engineer - SCADA Systems
9+ months
Newington/Berlin, CT
Pay Rate: $100 per hr w2

Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Years' Experience: 10-15 years

Description:
Maintain SCADA system for electric distribution and gas distribution systems.
Project work includes moving production DSCADA to new sites and consolidating GSCADA.
Providing day-to-day and on-call support.

MUST HAVE:
Linux and Windows administration (10+ years).
TCP/IP network (7+ years).
SCADA support and integration (7+ years).
Working knowledge of firewall rules.
(5)SQL queries for ad hoc reports.
Computer programming in any language.
Good work ethics.
Autonomous.
Good documentation skills.
Experience & willingness to provide on-call support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on a rotational basis.

The following is a plus to have:
Maintaining a Siemens Spectrum Power TG, Schneider ClearSCADA, and/or Wonderware systems.
Working knowledge of telecommunications, RTUs, and end devices.
Working in the Electric or Natural Gas utility industries.

BS in Electrical Engineering or related field is highly desirable, but 20 years SCADA support experience may be substituted for degree. Candidates should have at least 10 years' experience.

John Starrs

Managing Partner

ACT Consulting

704-248-2949 (Office)

203-364-8432 (Office)

860-919-5301 (Mobile)

860-371-2177 (Fax)

john@act-info.com

visit ACT Consulting at www.act-info.com to view our open positions

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