As a University of Excellence, the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is one of the most powerful research institutions in Germany. founded in 1828, today it is a globally oriented, regionally anchored top university that aims to make innovative contributions to solving global challenges. In research and teaching, it combines engineering and natural sciences with the humanities, social sciences and medicine. This nationally outstanding diversity of subjects enables the university to promote interdisciplinarity and bring science into society. The TUD sees itself as a modern employer and aims to offer all employees in teaching, research, technology and administration attractive working conditions and thus also promote, develop and integrate their potential. TUD stands for a university culture that is characterized by openness to the world, appreciation, innovative spirit and participation. It understands diversity as a cultural matter of course and a quality criterion of a university of excellence. Accordingly, we welcome all applicants who would like to commit their performance and personality to us and with us for the success of all.
Energy-efficient operation and monitoring of the transformer stations of the TU Dresden with an installed capacity of approx. 55 MW, including the associated low-voltage and building main distribution systems via the building management system; Participation in the operation of an NHR high-performance computer center from a technical point of view; independent and autonomous execution of switching operations in the high and low-voltage network, disconnection and disconnection of individual buildings or cable routes as part of maintenance work or construction measures; Fault diagnosis in the event of voltage interruptions, isolating circuits (high and low voltage) to locate faults and determine causes, initiating initial measures to rectify faults; Assistance in the planning and implementation of SIB construction measures as part of building maintenance, small and large construction measures; this concerns the maintenance and further expansion of the TU's own high-voltage network including the associated transformer stations. Development of technical user requirements, submission of solution proposals for building applications, monitoring of construction measures in consideration of structural and other operational issues; Participation in the acceptance/commissioning/decommissioning of high-voltage systems; Approval of maintenance reports, performance certificates for construction projects and invoice verification (technical, factual) for processes in the high-voltage department; Collaboration in the preparation and implementation of tenders for the revision of electrical installations, technical assessment and cost estimation of mandatory maintenance measures in cooperation with the construction management department and the SIB (Staatsbetrieb Sächsisches Immobilien- und Baumanagement); Staff management, work preparation, task planning for the control room staff; Participation in the on-call duty.
Completed further training as a state-certified technician in electrical engineering on the basis of completed relevant vocational training or comparable qualification with equivalent skills and experience (e.g. as a master electrician); practical experience in the operation and maintenance of high-voltage systems (switching authorization up to 30 kV); Knowledge of DIN and VDE regulations, in particular DIN VDE 0100, 0101 and 1000-10 (electrical organization) as well as accident prevention and occupational safety regulations; special knowledge of the structure and mode of operation of transformer stations.