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Engineer I-Mechanical/Chemical (Legacy Program)

With direction and on-going review, performs tasks requiring basic application of engineering fundamentals to support the design, development, modification, and implementation of a variety of transmission and distribution systems, plant systems, facility systems, etc., and new products and services. Assists in conducting engineering, technical, marketing, and economic analysis needed to assess feasibility of proposed projects. Assists and/or prepares business cases and operating plans. Provides technical support for engineering systems in area of assignment. Projects assigned are of limited scope and budget. Requires close supervision and technical direction and has limited responsibility and choice of action affecting technical decisions.
Major Accountabilities
1) Assists in the analysis and preparation of a variety of data, technical reviews and evaluations, trend analyses, short to long-range technology assessments, products and services, investigations, product/specification verifications to aid decision making and strategic direction. May present findings to a diverse group of management, internal staff, customers, vendors, etc.
2) Participates in the preparation of business cases and operational plans to successfully implement proposed projects.
3) Assists in preparing engineering plans, designs, specifications, cost estimates, scheduling, evaluations and studies. Prepares engineering documentation including drawings, sketches, construction notes, purchase orders, specifications, Work Orders, bid evaluations, etc.
4) Ensures engineering design, project control, or oversight work is technically sound, cost effective, and in compliance with established standards, codes, and regulations.
5) Manages internal/external customer expectations up front and meets or exceeds all reasonable or agreed upon customer service levels.
6) Effectively interfaces with customer and other departments to ensure project objectives are achieved and that work scope meets customer requirements, budget and schedule. Coordinates efforts with other disciplines and effectively interfaces with other departments to ensure planning objectives are achieved.
7) Maintains control of capital and O&M project costs within authorized budgets and assists in their timely implementation or installation.
8) Monitors charges to work authorizations by periodic review of monthly department reports and initiates corrective actions as necessary to control costs.
9) Provides effective technical/field support within areas of specialty to assigned internal staff and customers. Assists with identifying deficiencies and troubleshooting and formulating corrective action plans. Performs periodic testing and analysis of system data to minimize system/equipment failures.
10) Stays abreast of current technology and engineering developments as well as industry and competitive developments. Maintains high individual level of engineering technical capabilities and expertise by formal education, self-study, and awareness of technology advances.
Minimum Requirements
Requires BS degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. Knowledge and ability to apply basic discipline engineering principles, practices and theories and use commonly applied engineering approaches and calculations. Demonstrated ability in problem analysis/resolution techniques and knowledge of systems design. Must possess working knowledge of applicable codes, standards, practices and methods, and safety standards in the area of applicable engineering discipline. Must possess general business perspective; problem solving skills, strong interpersonal and communication skills. Preferred: Minimum GPA of 3.2.
Nuclear requirement: Any PVGS employee may be called upon to serve as a member of the Emergency Response Organization (ERO) and will be expected to fulfill their obligation as an ERO member. This is a condition of employment at PVNGS. Roles and Responsibilities defined in Policy 1503 and implementing policy guide are applicable to all PVGS employees.



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