Technical Solution Sales Engineer - Electric Utility Spatial Analytics
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Successful candidates can look forward to a fast paced, diverse work environment & flexible work hours/work arrangements as well as managers who will encourage career development and growth including:
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Leidos fuses technological excellence with decades of operational and management consulting expertise, providing utilities with solutions delivering tangible and meaningful business results. Our expertise in each facet of utility operations is strengthened not only by the skill and experience of our staff, but also by the breadth of our collective capabilities. This perspective drives our experts to frame technological solutions within the business context and incorporate and leverage advanced technologies to meet utilities' challenges and unlock opportunity.
Leidos is currently seeking an experienced individual to provide geospatial solution development and sales support as part of our Utility Spatial Analytics team. Preferred locations include Orlando, New Orleans, Washington DC, Boston, Nashville and Denver.
Location may be flexible depending on the individual candidates identified. Successful candidates will be part of a team that provides spatial analytic solutions to electric utilities throughout the U.S.
A successful candidate will have experience in the electric utility industry and in the development, sale, and/or implementation of technology-forward geospatial solutions that lead to improved electric utility business operations. Extensive travel will be required once client travel restrictions are no longer in place. The successful candidate will be highly self-motivated, articulate, personable, and able to perform with limited direct supervision.
Representative services and activities in which successful candidates may be engaged include:
Leidos is a trusted and technology-focused solutions provider. Utilities and mobile operators rely on our Power Delivery Services Team for reliable power and telecommunication expertise, as reflected through our work with more than 50 investor-owned utilities, more than 160 municipals/cooperatives, as well as a growing number of mobile operators, local utility providers and private developers. In addition to providing engineering and project management services, Leidos works with an established group of industry-leading construction partners delivering meaningful Energy Delivery Solutions. Our recognition as an industry leader is confirmed by the latest national rankings by Engineering News-Record (ENR) ranking Leidos within the Top 10 T&D Firms, and Top 10 Power Firms.
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