Getting the right people on board is a cornerstone of development and quality. TSCNET Services has further strengthened its team with three new hires to support growing demand for services and expertise (on the picture from the left to the right): Maja Markovic, Gabor Maroti, and Bojana Mihic.
Until fairly recently, the new Operations Manager in our Service Operations team, Bojana, was working at the Development and Strategy department of EMS (Elektromreza Srbije), the Serbian power transmission system operator (TSO). There she was in charge of Connection Studies and Network Codes Implementation. Along the way, Bojana was not only involved in ENTSO-E activities as a member of the working group Connection Network Code (CNC) and as the National CNCs Link Person (NCLP), but also worked with organisations such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Conseil International des Grands Réseaux Électriques (CIGRE) where she gained international experience and knowledge about transmission systems in different countries including some that TSCNET Services is working for. After three years she decided it’s a time for change: “Joining TSCNET is a great opportunity to expand my practical knowledge and operational experience when there is a significant share of renewable energy,” says Bojana. “Developing new methodologies and handling everyday operational challenges while meeting the needs of the different transmission systems, TSCNET is setting new steps in regional security coordination. This is what makes it an excellent choice on my path to becoming a skillful and accomplished Power System Engineer.”
The two other arrivals boost our IT Services team: Maja Markovic as a Senior IT Application Manager and Gabor Maroti as an IT Test Analyst. Maja is an experienced power engineer with nearly twelve years in power systems modeling, analyses, and software development. She was in on the go-live of SCC, the Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) in Southeast Europe, and was a part of the team developing the EMF (European Merging Function) tool deployed by SCC and several European TSOs. “Being one of the experts of ENTSO-E’s Work Package 4 afforded me a deeper insight into establishing business processes and procedures across Europe integrating all TSOs and RSCs to reach the common goals,” says Maja. “I’ve unraveled the secret of moving forward pretty soon: To work closely with all parties concerned and keep the teams motivated, well informed, challenged and goal oriented.”
Losing track of his goals is not in Gabor’s DNA. The power engineer and graduate from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) brings significant experience as a Tester and System Engineer. He was also concerned with high voltage systems and passed three ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) exams during the years. Then Gabor concluded that he wanted to work abroad. “The open position at TSCNET in Munich, for me, meant the opportunity to combine two of my favourite fields of interest: Electric networks and testing. I immediately knew that I want to be part of this,” explains Gabor. First impressions proved right: “As I’m getting more and more familiar with this company, the colleagues, and their passion for what they are doing, I can proudly state that this is the best that could happen to me.”
We are pleased to welcome you, Bojana, Maja, and Gabor! We all will contribute our share to make the new employees’ time with TSCNET Services positive, affirming, and exciting.
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