NREL Integrated Power-Energy Systems Model Developer in Golden, Colorado
Integrated Power-Energy Systems Model Developer
CO - Golden
Hours Per Week
The Power Systems Modeling and Simulation Group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory is seeking a software engineer with in-depth programming experience in one or more modern languages, familiarity with high-performance computing, and interest in power and energy systems to join a highly interdisciplinary and collaborative team of engineers, analysts, and software developers to develop state-of-the art energy system modeling techniques, software, and simulations for breakthrough engineering and techno-economic analysis for the emerging future electric grid and broader interconnected energy system: transportation, buildings, gas, communication/controls, and beyond.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Contribute towards Open-Source modeling and package development,
Develop in object-oriented and functional programming paradigms
Prepare user guides and documentation
Deploy software for cross-platform applications, including high performance computing environments
Work effectively with interdisciplinary team of developers, engineers, and analysts
Contribute to journal articles, conference papers, and technical reports
Relevant Master's Degree . Or, relevant Bachelor's Degree and 2 or more years of experience.
Strong experience with software development
Exceptional written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
General knowledge and application of engineering technical standards, principles, theories, concepts and techniques.
Training in team, task or project leadership responsibilities.
Intermediate abilities and knowledge of practices and techniques.
Beginning experience in project management.
Proficiency with software development and deployment in a scientific/engineering environment using these languages
Experience in using HPC/Cluster Linux based environments and Bash scripting
Experience setting up and using Source Control tools such as Git.
Familiarity with Power Systems Engineering Concepts
Experience with Power Systems Simulation Tools such as OpenDSS, PowerWorld, CYMEDIST, Synergi, PSLF, PSS/E, WindMill, DEW, PowerFactory, etc.
Experience integrating multiple simulation engines through co-simulation, MDAO, or other approaches
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