NEETRAC, the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center located in Forest Park , Georgia is a widely recognized and respected, member focused electric energy testing and research center. Our members include electric utilities, equipment manufacturers, and related industries in the electric energy arena. As a part of Georgia Institute of Technology, we have a vast array of intellectual and technological resources available to meet our members' needs.
The National Electric Energy Testing, Research and Applications Center (NEETRAC) has multiple open positions for engineers and scientists at its 20-acre Forest Park, GA campus.
As a center in the School of ECE at Georgia Tech, NEETRAC is unique in that it is a self-supporting, membership-based provider of pragmatic, applied research and testing services to the electric energy transmission and distribution industry.
As a key US center for electric energy T&D services, we work with over 40 companies across North America including electric utilities, equipment manufacturers, and related industries in the electric energy arena. The diverse interests of the Membership enable NEETRAC to provide a dynamic work environment with extensive interaction to address real world issues and opportunities. Services include medium and high voltage testing for distribution & transmission systems, mechanical testing, asset management analytics, quality assurance programs for transformers and cable, as well as custom testing programs for product qualification and development.
NEETRAC provides an opportunity for engineers and scientists to work on a broad range of disciplines pertaining to electric energy. Disciplines are often interconnected with electrical engineers working on fluid pumping systems and mechanical and civil engineers using high voltage and high current equipment. Our staff have the opportunity to work on virtually any topic in the electric utility space as long as it serves an industry need. NEETRAC has a leading team of scientists and engineers who participate on, and often lead, over 20 national standards committees. They make a significant impact on the standards that govern how electric transmission and distribution systems are designed and operated.
Engineers and scientists with any of the following experience should apply:
Our technical staff regularly do one or more of the following depending on their interests and abilities:
Check out our website for more details on what we do: http://neetrac.gatech.edu.
If you are already an industry leader, we’d like to talk to you about how NEETRAC can amplify your message and impact. If you are not yet an industry leader, you will have the opportunity to become one.
If you are interested in being on the NEETRAC team, please submit your resume to:
If your experiences are a good fit, we will contact you.
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Last revised on December 9, 2021