PSEG Principal Engineer - Technical in Harrison, New Jersey
The Principal Engineer will perform engineering and/or project work, provide technical assistance through the application of engineering and business knowledge. Perform engineering studies and analysis of M&R (metering & regulating) and Gas Plant asset performance and major component performance and develop programs for the management of facilities to support the strategy of maintaining M&R and Gas Plant assets in the safest, most cost effective manner possible implementing controls as required. Interface with Gas Asset Strategy to optimize M&R and Gas Plant asset life-cycle performance. Initiate and implement methods of monitoring and analyzing performance through quality assurance and control measures. Measure actual performance. Maintain and develop M&R station design criteria and integrate new equipment into existing or new designs. Support M&R Operations: longer-term technical problem resolution; material & equipment investigation; new technologies.
The engineer should be well versed in theory as well as practical field operation of cryogenic processes and Peaking Facilities.
Provide planning, guidance, analysis, operational and technical engineering support for our Metering and regulating stations, LNG Plant, LP Storage Facility and LPA Plants.
Work with supervisors to understand operational and maintenance issues at our field locations.
Work with the supervisors to develop plans to improve operations and efficiency through process improvements and modernization.
Support M&R Integrity Management: pipeline integrity records in compliance with Federal codes.
The engineer will review and maintain the LNG, LPA, M&R and LP Storage Facility Manuals.
DOT 49 CFR 193 Manuals
NFPA 59 code Compliance
TCPA Program, PHA Process Hazard analysis, RMP Risk Management plan, PSM Personal Safety Management and IST inherently safer technology
Maintain and update prints using AutoCAD, Visio and Micro station
Assist with Capital and O&M budgets.
Possess a working knowledge of gas flow dynamics, system planning, natural gas composition, corrosion control, instrumentation, flow measurement and control.
BS in Engineering or BS in other technical field.
8 years or more experience in the areas of metering and regulating station, LNG, and/or LPA peaking plant operations and maintenance.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
This is a Safety Sensitive Position - D.O.T. Testing Required.
Must display maturity and a high level of professionalism.
This position requires period "on call" availability for emergency response.
Leadership, Accountability, Management skills, and Schedule Adherence.
Excellent analytical, interpersonal written and verbal communication skills.
Must be detail oriented and possess excellent follow-up skills.
Working knowledge of computer application software (MS office, ACAD, VISIO, SAP) knowledge of basic PLC programming.
Must be organized and work well with priority changes.
Interface with other technical and project disciplines to develop detailed scoping documents and prepare study, conceptual and detail level estimates.
Assist in the development of project schedules.
Candidate should possess a working knowledge of DOT 49, CFR 193, NFPA. 59
Federal Pipeline Safety Regulations Parts 191 and 192 New Jersey Administrative Code Section 14:7-1
Job Function/Category- Engineering
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