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Technical Consultant, Power Systems (Birmingham City Centre)

Location: Birmingham United Kingdom
Job ID: R0023026
Date Posted: Feb 20, 2024
Segment: Green Energy & Mobility
Business Unit: Hitachi Energy
Profession (Job Category): Engineering & Science
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full time
Remote: No

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Hitachi Energy has an exciting new opportunity for a Technical Consultant you'll be responsible for the development of advisory projects for major electricity sector agents, including distribution, transmission, retailer, generators in helping them deal with regulatory, economic and electricity challenges.

Assists in the building and retention of long-lasting relationships with internal and external customers to support profitable growth and ongoing satisfaction.

Please note we are unable to provide any sponsorship and will only consider candidates who have the right to work in the United Kingdom.

This role will be based out of our new Birmingham City Centre location and is hybrid.


  • Identifying opportunities for new and repeating consulting business, building an internal and external network for the exchange of information.

  • Creating added value for customers and the organization, ensuring the successful outcome of transactions, contracts and proposals, using a series of sales techniques, and negotiating tactics for the leading of sales activities.

  • Proposing research & development projects including the scope of the budget, supporting the project management strategy including productization, modularization and following up on new products/solutions, including ongoing support with contract management activities.

  • Conducts risk and opportunities for the various assessments, ensuring delivery of the assignment as per agreed contract.

  • Leads in the creation of new process and tool enhancement following the study of advanced techniques, with a lead to coach and develop sub-ordinate colleagues.

  • Managing projects / processes, working independently with limited supervision.

  • Coaching and reviewing the work of lower level professionals.

  • Problems faced are difficult and sometimes complex.


  • Master’s degree in electrical engineering, electrical power systems or similar, is required.

  • Proven experience and knowledge of the electric power industry, market, systems and equipment’s.

  • Degree in electrical engineering preferred (Masters, PhD, MBA).

  • Proven experience in the design, understanding and performance of power systems studies.

  • Knowledge in power systems analysis, as well as experience in software simulation tools such as Digsilent Powerfactory, PSCAD, ETAP, PSS/E (power systems) and/or EMTP (electronic systems)

  • Excellent communication skills at all levels confident in presenting data

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