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Transformer Diagnostics Team Leader (f/m/d)

At Hitachi Energy our purpose is advancing a sustainable​ energy future for all. We bring power to our homes, schools, hospitals and factories. Join us and work with fantastic people, while learning and developing yourself on projects that have a real impact to our communities and society. Bring your passion, bring your energy, and be part of a global team that appreciates a simple truth: Diversity + Collaboration = Great Innovation

For our transformer service business, understanding the full potential of our technology and trends in our markets is highly rewarding. In addition, helping customers all over the world improve efficiency, save resources and reduce emissions gives our work a powerful sense of purpose. 

Our Transformer Service business is part of the Global Product Group Transformer Components and Services.

Working as Transformer Diagnostics Team Leader, you will oversee and direct the work of various specialists ideating, developing, implementing and maintaining diagnostic algorithms to assess the condition of transformers and translating data into actionable information.

You will support our customers to manage their transformer fleets throughout the lifecycle by providing expert monitoring and diagnostic services, safeguarding the electrical infrastructure by detecting early signs of potential failure, enabling predictive maintenance, optimizing asset utilization and minimizing downtime.

You will be accountable to manage and continuously develop a global team of specialists ensuring technology leadership on transformer monitoring and diagnostics while contributing to our customer satisfaction and profitable growth.

Our flexible work practices help you optimize personal and business performance while creating an environment where all employees can develop their skills and grow. For this role we follow a hybrid work structure where you can work remotely or from the office, as needed, based on demands of specific tasks or personal work preferences.

Your responsibilities

  • Organize, staff and direct a global team of transformer diagnostic specialists making sure tasks are properly defined, allocated, monitored and evaluated

  • Supervise workload and approve the deliverables produced by the team making sure they are within the expected quality and time

  • Coordinate advanced technical support activities, balancing them against regular project work

  • Ensure efficient communication within the team and towards the rest of the organization

  • Represent the team perspective, drive for consensus, buy-in and decisions while interacting with the various stakeholders

  • Develop appropriate competencies in the team and establish proper mechanisms to transfer them outside the team as required

  • Participate in candidates review and selection for newly opened positions

  • Onboarding of new team members

  • Drive the performance evaluation and the competency assessment processes

  • Foster the team to challenge the status quo and to come up with novel ideas and solutions in the field of transformer diagnostics

  • Support the protection of newly created intellectual property and the continuous monitoring of intellectual property generated by others

  • Oversee participation of the team members in relevant technical committees and events

  • Living core values of safety and integrity, which means taking responsibility for your own actions while caring for your colleagues and the business

Your background

  • MSc or BSc Engineering degree or equivalent diploma qualification

  • 3+ years of experience in a Team Leader position

  • Transformer Engineering and Design experience

  • Good technical understanding of transformers monitoring and diagnostics

  • Knowledge of the most common transformer monitoring systems and digital devices

  • A proactive, solution-oriented and structured individual, with strong teamworking, problem solving and decision-making capabilities

  • A skilled communicator, with high intercultural sensitivity and who can interface with numerous stakeholders

  • Fluent command of English is a must

Ubicación Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America
Bad Honnef, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Ludvika, Dalarna County, Sweden
Monselice, Padova, Italy
Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada
Tipo de empleo Full time
Experiencia Management
Función laboral Engineering & Science
Contrato Regular
Fecha de publicación 2024-01-19
Número de referencia R0040515
More about us

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