This thirty-minute webinar will delve into the career paths taken by electrical (including electronics and telecommunications) engineers.
Our Host will ask the big questions of our early career panel members including:
- Why they chose electrical engineering
- How they got there
- What they are currently working on
- What is next for them in their career
- As well as audience questions!
Each webinar is available through the same link you receive upon registering and can be viewed any time after the streaming date.
Everyone who registers for this webinar will also be provided with a video of a virtual site tour of an engineering project. You will not see this content anywhere else!
These webinars are free for members, and $25 for non-members and can be viewed at any time.
Remember to submit any questions you have relating to the topic when you register!
Mark Brownley FIEAust CPEng EngExec NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus) - General Manager Field Services - SA Power Networks
Mark Brownley is responsible for the delivery of capital upgrades and field services as well maintenance and supply restoration to the South Australian electricity distribution network as General Manager Field Services at SA Power Networks.
He is a Fellow Charted Professional Engineer with software systems experience in onshore and offshore oil and gas environments and has deep experience in infrastructure services and aviation. He was previously Group General Manager Technical Programs at Jetstar Airways including responsibility for the maintenance, repair and overhaul function.
Mark is an internationally published author on business development and a member of the People and Culture Committee of the University of Adelaide Council. He is also a member of the Advisory Boards of the University of South Australia’s School of Engineering and Byogy Renewables.
Mark is a Fellow of The Institution of Engineers Australia in the Chemical College and an Engineers Australia-accredited Engineering Executive. He holds an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and a masters degree in Business Administration, both from Monash University. He is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Vlora Dzeladini, ADMS Operations Engineer, SA Power Networks
After completing a Double degree in Electrical Engineering & Mathematics and Computer Science, Vlora undertook a graduate program with SA Power Networks. The SA Power Networks’ graduate program allowed Vlora to gain exposure & experience in both technical and operational roles including; Reliability Engineer, to manage the reliability of the distribution network during faults; Network Planning Engineer, to assess and forecast loads across the distribution network and plan for future augmentation; and Emergency Management operations, to prepare the business for major events. On completion of the graduate program, Vlora moved into the Network Automation Engineer position and was an integral member of the team that implemented the Feeder Automation System; a project that was shortlisted for the South Australian Engineers Australia Engineering Excellence Awards.
Vlora is currently working as the ADMS Operations Engineer, responsible for the data and functionality of the Network’s distribution management system.
Kiyoon Kim, Grid Connection Engineer, Enerven
Kiyoon is a Grid Connection Engineer at Enerven, currently part of the project team delivering 154MW of solar PV and 34MWh of battery energy storage for SA Water's Zero Cost Energy Future Program.
With over four years of experience in the utilities sector, he has acquired a wide range skills and experiences working across a diverse range of engineering roles including energy management, distribution network planning and power system protection. Kiyoon is a keen advocate for power system security and holds a strong level of interest in Distributed Energy Resources technologies.
Engineers Australia Career Services
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