Electrical Design Engineer – Power Transformers
ABB, Vadodara, IN
Join ABB and work in a team that is dedicated to creating a future where innovative digital technologies allow greater access to cleaner energy.
ABB is a global technology leader in industrial digitalization. ABB operates in more than 100 countries with about 147,000 employees and $34 billion revenue.
In India, ABB has been operating for over a century. At present, we have 40 factories at 9 locations that develop best-in-class products bringing together global expertise, with local experience. India is also home to ABB group’s largest engineering design and R&D center, where our engineers work on cutting-edge technologies to develop the future offerings from engineering tools to analytics solutions.
Power Grids Division delivers products, systems, service and software solutions as part of its comprehensive power & automation offering for the grid across the generation, transmission and distribution value chain – serving utility, industry, transportation and infrastructure customers.
Reporting to the Engineering Manager – Power Transformers (Factory-2), you will be the part of Local Engineering Team heavily specialized in Power Transformers design covering different countries.
Responsible for development of various application power transformer – tender designs in coordination with the Market and Sales Strategy to meet the market needs.
Responsible for development of transformer designs in coordination with different factories based on the purchase order requirement, ordering specification in different areas of transformer Electrical design.
Optimization of design as per customer specification, preparing material cost, performing design calculations
Influence specification at the tender and pre-tender stage, through conceptual discussions.
Participation in internal design concept reviews.
Living ABBs core values of safety and integrity, which means taking responsibility for your own actions while caring for your colleagues and the business.
A B.E/B.Tech in Electrical engineering.
Minimum of 2 to 7 years’ experience working in Electrical design for Power Transformers.
Further experience in other products such as Shunt Reactors, Special transformers would be advantageous.
Understanding of Power Transformer Electrical Design, Thermal, Dielectrics, Short circuit and sound performance and transformer mechanics
Experience in Simulation or software development would be advantageous.
Experience on Microsoft office and tools.
Good communication skills in English Language oral and written form.
Ability to speak with and work together with the technical teams in different parts of the world.
Demonstrated team building and networking skills, would be a preference.
More About Us
Bring your very own sense of pride and purpose as you help us drive forward the Fourth Industrial Revolution – creating a sustainable future for our planet, and your career. Join ABB and harness the power of our diverse global network, as you collaborate with and learn from our world-class teams. Above all, challenge yourself every day. Let’s write the future, together.
“It is an exciting time to join ABB Power Grids. ABB and Hitachi have signed an agreement to create a joint venture (JV). By combining ABB Power Grids’ with Hitachi’s complementary strengths, we plan to form a new and stronger global leader in the power sector. ABB Power Grids and Hitachi will have more than 230 years of combined heritage and experience. Together, we will be well-positioned to shape the future of energy, with pioneering technologies, as the partner of choice for enabling a stronger, smarter and greener grid. The transaction is expected to be completed by the first half of 2020, subject to regulatory approvals. Join us on this exciting journey.”
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