Transmission Line Engineer Jobs
How to Enter
The role of a Transmission Line Engineer can be extremely dangerous. So, to secure a job as one in New Zealand, it’s highly recommended to have a Bachelor of Engineering or Engineering Technology in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or subjects that relate to power-supply, electricity disruption and networking.
The typical responsibilities of a Transmission Line Engineer can include any of the following:
- Meeting with clients to determine electrical power, network and system needs
- Liaising with local councils and Government officials
- Planning and designing electrical power lines and network systems
- Researching materials, equipment and designs for power generation and distribution
- Creating budget reports of projected costs include bids for labour, materials and equipment
- Creating mathematical models of network and system designs
- Providing project updates to clients and other stakeholders
- Ensuring all electrical grid develops are in line with regulatory and Health & Safety standards
Transmission Line Engineers can decide to move their career on by becoming more senior within their current field and oversee more complex projects or manage teams. Alternatively, they could also move on to consultancy-based roles for a specialist engineering firm.
32K – 100K per annum (NZD)
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