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Control Center Engineer

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Last Updated Date: Apr 15, 2021

Location: East Hartford, CT, US, 06108

Company: Doosan Corp

Job Information

The Control Center Engineer reports to the Control Center Supervisor in the Service organization at Doosan Fuel Cell America. The Service organization is responsible for customer support, spare parts management, service engineering, service contract execution, and field service of Doosan Fuel Cell America’s stationary fuel cell fleet. Doosan’s state of the art Control Center monitors the worldwide fleet of fuel cells. The Control Center Engineer is the first point of contact for customer inquiries through phone and email, and is first to receive fuel cell alarms from the fuel cell’s remote monitoring system. The Control Center Engineer will respond to all customer requests, document all fuel cell alarms, and provide work instructions for the Field Service Technicians that will complete repairs at the fuel cell locations. Due to the nature of the worldwide service business, the control center engineer must be willing to accommodate a flexible schedule, with availability on all shifts and all days of the week. 

Role & Responsibility

  • Receive alarms from fuel cells, use manuals and troubleshooting guides to provide a comprehensive work order for field service personnel.
  • Take remote action when possible to tune fuel cell and ancillary equipment to optimize system performance.
  • Conduct remote fuel cell starts. Due to the economic factors of our business, fuel cell starts are usually performed remotely, at off peak electrical demand hours, by a control center engineer.
  • Communicate all fuel cell outages to the Doosan FCA Senior Management team.
  • Work with new and existing monitoring systems to analyze the health of the fleet, troubleshoot systems, support field service, and optimize power plant performance.
  • Develops plans to meet the objectives of short and longer-term assignments.
  • Demonstrates effective problem-solving skills.

Job Requirement

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Associate’s degree plus 3 years of experience in field service engineering, systems engineering, troubleshooting, or system controls
  • Robust process and systems understanding, know-how and expertise
  • Working knowledge of field service engineering processes
  • Knowledge of relevant troubleshooting techniques and system controls


This position requires on-site work.

All personal information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Questions can be addressed through the HR department at (860) 727-2099.

Nearest Major Market: Hartford