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Engineer Substation Salary
in Connecticut, United States

$102,863 (USD)

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Salary Recap

The average pay for an Engineer Substation is $102,863 a year and $49 an hour in Connecticut, United States. The average salary range for an Engineer Substation is between $71,891 and $127,771. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.

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Job Summary

  • Develops and evaluates plans for major substation projects, performing protection and control design.
  • Plans and designs substations and overhead and underground lines; and devises complex electrical computations to determine type and arrangement of circuits and size, type, and number of pieces of related equipment for transmitting power from distribution points.
  • Devises electrical protection and control design deliverables, and/or physical layouts for high and extra-high voltage substations.
  • Excludes paraprofessional positions.

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2024:
5 Year Change:
16 %


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Engineer Substation Job Listings for Connecticut, United States

Transmission Planning Engineers (All Levels)
Jan 9
Orange, CT, USA
All levels (Manager, Lead and Engineer) JOB SUMMARY: Scope of Work - Main duties, settings ... Participate in transmission and substation site inspections; attend industry workshops, training ...
Superintendent-Construction (solar)
Jan 10
New Haven, CT, USA
Commonwealth Resources
... solar projects, substation, or high voltage, transmissions * Allocate resources for assigned ... Interface with project inspectors, contractors, architects, engineers, city and county officials ...