An MPS Consultant’s primary role is to conduct MPS assessments as a part of Schneider Electric’s MPS offer portfolio. The consultant will use their technical knowledge of electrical equipment with Schneider Electric developed software IBSuite to identify and quantify opportunities for the customer. The consultant will also use their knowledge (~10 years experience) of Schneider Electric offer portfolio (in term of maintenance, modernization and monitoring) and services to be able to propose recommendations to the customer for these opportunities. The consultant will interact with customer decision makers, engineers, and maintenance personnel while onsite in addition to Schneider Electric salespeople. Time Requirements The total percentage of a consultant’s time dedicated to MPS will be decided by manager and the opportunities present in the consultant’s country. However, the standard time required for an MPS assessment is between 1 and 3 weeks at the customer site with possible additional time offsite to gather background information and create technical documents relating to solutions. As a general rule, it is recommended that a consultant dedicate roughly 20% of his time (3 to 4 MPSEnterprise per year) on MPS execution (out of the office), at least at the beginning to keep the knowledge on the execution. In addition, the consultant will be asked to participate in 6-8 online meetings throughout the year by corporate, as well as contribute to the community of expertise based on their experience. He should also join salespeople for some customer presentations of the MPS offers. Technical Knowledge and Background The consultant should have a strong technical background in electrical systems, an understanding of industrial processes and equipment, and experience in working in industrial settings. The consultant should have a theoretical expertise in the electrical architecture, power system analysis and safety. He should also be able to - Calculate short circuit values in different points of the network, to check selectivity between protections, detect abnormal conditions (underrated breaking capacity,…) and check an existing selectivity study. - Check power flow in the system, reactive compensation levels and earthing system (determination and conformity of the earthing system). - Read and design a single line diagram. - Propose electrical architecture improvement (HV, LV). The ability to perform measurement and associated analysis on site would be helpful. The consultant will develop a further understanding of the offer and the used tool (IBSuite) through Schneider Electric training.