OPENING DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022
CLOSING DATE: OCTOBER 07, 2022
The essential responsibilities include serving as the Division’s technical, subject matter expert
on analyzing proposed changes to electric, gas, water or facilities designs that could impact the
resulting arc fault incident energy of any system; utilize modeling software to calculate arc fault
values due to any equipment or configuration changes in electric, gas, water, or facilities
infrastructure; verify and authenticate these new values with a P.E. stamp of ownership; review
proposed electric, gas, water, or facility designs/operations that impact potential changes to arc
fault incident energy and gather all necessary data to utilize arc flash modeling software; meet
with internal SME’s as needed for clarity on design implications; direct regulatory compliance
functions as it relates to all arc flash safety regulations and standards.
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. Must have 6 years of experience related to either
electric distribution, transmission, substation design or arc flash analysis studies. Must have a
Tennessee Professional Engineer’s License. Must have ability to apply engineering principles to
the discipline of arc flash studies. Must have valid driver’s license from state of residence.
Works inside majority of time and occasionally outside. Subject to hazards/field conditions while