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In this position, you’ll perform assignments on work in connection with the construction, operation and maintenance of the electric systems as qualified through formalized and/or on the job training. You’ll also perform drafting work, maintain record systems, perform field investigation work and prepare reports. Automatic progression to Engineering Technician with maximum pay of $34.18 per hour.
In this position you will interface with customers via telephone from our PSE&G Call Center in Cranford, New Jersey. Strong customer service and communication skills, as well as solid keyboarding skills are necessary. You must be a self-starter and able to handle customer contacts in a pleasant and courteous manner. All candidates are required to take and pass a pre-employment skills test. This type of work is suitable for candidates who enjoy working with customers. Work schedules vary with both morning and early evening shifts, with approximately 20 total work hours per week.
Either part-time or full-time, in this position you’ll interface with customers by phone at our high-volume call center in Cranford, New Jersey. Strong customer service and communication skills, as well as strong keyboarding skills are necessary. You must be a self-starter and be able to handle customer contacts in a pleasant and courteous manner. All candidates are required to take and pass a pre-employment skills test. This kind of work is suitable for candidates who enjoy working with customers.
In this position you’ll perform minor work required in the construction, operation and maintenance of the underground electric transmission and distribution plants. You’ll assist technicians and division mechanics working in manholes or on poles, supplying them with tools, equipment, and materials as required. You’ll operate equipment, assist in installations and maintenance, and perform job-related clerical work. You must pass a pre-placement test measuring mechanical aptitude, mathematical ability, and reading comprehension; you must also pass the Commercial Driver's License test within 6 months of hire.
In this position you’ll perform work required in the construction, operation and maintenance of the underground transmission and distribution plant, including miscellaneous mechanic work required in the installation, repair and maintenance of building grounds, structures and equipment as qualified through on-the-job training. You’ll install, remove, change and read single-phase or network meters in connection with the installation, energizing, replacement and removal of an underground service.
In this position you’ll supervise, provide technical direction and coordinate all work associated with the maintenance and repair of plant mechanical systems. Maintain and upgrade the systems required for mechanical operation including auxiliary boilers. This is a safety-sensitive position.
In this position you’ll perform work required in the construction, operation, maintenance and removal of transmission and distribution lines on wood poles, including work on iron poles, isolated towers and mats or vaults, which may be energized but not above l3 kv primary distribution voltage.
In this position you’ll provide technical direction and coordinate all work associated with the maintenance and repair of steam and gas turbines, repairs to related power plant equipment, as well as equipment repairs, modifications, and fabrications. You’ll provide emergency response on equipment repairs, and provide leadership and supervision to the weld shop program and processes. You’ll manage, train, appraise, coach and counsel employees, maintain work package documentation, and manage resources by utilizing established administrative systems and procedures.
In this position you’ll read gas and electric meters on customer premises and complete associated paperwork in accordance with established procedures. You must take and pass a pre-employment skills test, have a valid driver's license, and have a car in good operating condition. Customer service skills are required. This kind of work is suitable for those candidates who value physical fitness and enjoy working outdoors.
In this position you’ll be responsible for the full life cycle management of multiple large multi-discipline Electric, Gas or Other Utility projects. You’ll ensure that project objectives are achieved safely, within scope, on schedule and within budget. You’ll assemble and lead project teams, maintain project plans and schedules, conduct project reviews and resolve any related issues. Additional responsibilities will include managing preparation of bid specifications, procuring material and services, and other matters relating to construction, contractor and vendor performance, labor relations, safety, quality control, permitting and licensing, outage planning, scope change control, environmental compliance, public relations, progress reporting, cash flows, execution and closeout reporting.
In this position you will performs duties related to the installation, operation, troubleshooting and maintenance of all types of protective and auxiliary relays and associated equipment in switching stations, substations, generating stations, customer installations and field locations. You must have the ability to read blueprints (schematics and wiring diagrams) and make simple field sketches and drawing mark-ups. You’ll be expected to complete Company courses in fundamentals of Electricity-Direct Current and Alternating Current, or the equivalent. You must pass the Relay Technician pre-placement test (unless you’re a fully qualified journeyman and can provide proof of training records).
In this position you’ll provide strong leadership and supervision in the start-up, shutdown, operation, and maintenance of gas and oil fired boilers, turbines, electric generators and associated equipment, while ensuring safe, profitable, and environmentally compliant plant operation. The ideal candidate will have 5-10 years supervisory experience, with extensive power plant experience.
In this position you’ll utilize your broad knowledge of business and electrical engineering principles and practices, while leading and managing electrical capital projects for switching and substations from inception to completion in terms of safety, reliability, timely completion, all within scope and budget. You’ll be a primary interface with vendors, and will co-ordinate and oversee complex projects while providing liaison functions with system protection, asset experts, vendors, division managers, consultants and contractors.
In this position, you will use your technical expertise and business knowledge to plan and execute project work while coordinating workloads, monitoring budgets and executing needed controls. You will also identify performance gaps and implement action plans when needed. You will oversee the implementation of statewide processes and business improvement efforts within the Division while driving initiatives to improve results. Your knowledge of Gas Delivery standards and regulatory requirements will help insure operational integrity and ongoing regulatory compliance.
In this position you’ll perform manual work including: breaking pavement, digging, backfilling, loading and unloading equipment and supplies, drilling holes, etc. You must pass a pre-placement test that measures mechanical aptitude, mathematical ability, and reading comprehension. If you do not have a Commercial Driver’s License, must be able to pass test for one within 6 months.
In this position you will operate equipment including boilers, turbines, reactor support systems and generators, as well as a broad range of auxiliary apparatus. Working with the control operator, load dispatcher and supervisors, you’ll assist in control room operations and perform a wide range of log-keeping, minor repairs/adjustments, maintenance and testing related to the safe and reliable operation of nuclear equipment. You must successfully complete a PSEG pre-employment test and our Nuclear Equipment Operator 1302 Modular Training Program; must meet PSEG’s requirements for unescorted plant access, and hold a driver’s license valid in the state of New Jersey.
Following your license training at our PWR/BWR Nuclear Power Plants, you’ll provide direct oversight to ensure safe, reliable and efficient operation of nuclear plant equipment. A BS Degree in Engineering, Applied Science, and/or RO license is required. Ability to obtain and maintain an SRO License, satisfying ANSI/ANS 3.1-1981; 22.214.171.124 requirements. You must be qualified (or capable of becoming qualified) as an SQR and Safety Evaluation preparer/reviewer/approver, and must meet PSEG’s requirements for unescorted plant access.
In this position you’ll provide oversight for Reactor/Turbine/Generator Services support personnel, as well as provide technical support to craft and line supervision. Varied duties will include Turbine/Refuel floor coordination during outage, field technical direction, preparing/revising operating procedures, and assisting in cost estimating, budgeting and forecasting. Requires a BS in Engineering, Business or Science and/or 7 years experience at a commercial nuclear power plant (BWR or PWR). Outage/project administration experience preferred. Must meet PSEG’s requirements for unescorted plant access.
In this position you’ll conduct curricula development activities involving the implementation of all training modules and procedural requirements’ for the analysis, design, development implementation, evaluation and revision of the operator, technical, maintenance and general nuclear training programs. You’ll also mentor instructors in developing training programs in compliance with NRC, INPO and generating station requirements. BS Degree and or a minimum of 4 years experience in training/education, including at least 2 years directing/applying a systematic approach to training (ie TSD, ADDIE, SAT). Must meet PSEG’s requirements for unescorted plant access.
In this position you’ll coordinate, implement and manage all aspects of the Licensed Operations Training Program in our PWR/BWR Nuclear Power Plants. Provide detail Simulator Training to Licensed/non-licensed plant personnel. You’ll also mentor instructors in developing training programs in compliance with NRC, INPO and generating station requirements. BS Degree, prior or current SRO License/Certification or Nuclear Operations Experience is required. You must meet PSEG’s requirements for unescorted plant access.
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