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Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2018 7:02 PM

Requisition ID: 42461
Job Function/Category: 55607
Employment Type: Exempt Full Time
This is an exciting time to be joining PSEG. Our commitments, which include safety, integrity, customer focus, and diversity and inclusion, are the fabric of our culture and help drive the success of our business. We are fortunate to have an outstanding workforce of diverse and highly skilled talent who move us forward in our operational excellence journey. PSEG has more than 12,000 employees who are dedicated to the communities we serve and embody our vision: People providing Safe, Reliable, Economic and Greener Energy
Job Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
Accomplish annual cyclic area planning tasks on a schedule to support the Office of Transmission and Distribution Management of the PSEGLI 5 : year Capital Budget Plan. This work includes the development of annual substation and feeder load forecasts; planning and prioritizing major sub:transmission, substation and distribution feeder projects including:
- Preparing purpose and necessity statements with electrical one:line diagrams
- Issuing area studies in support of major capital projects as required
- Preparing annual material and equipment forecasts for the distribution lines program
Forecast the long range (5:15 year) bus loads for system base cases. Develop the necessary sub:transmission and substation projects to meet the 5:15 year system requirements. Work with System Planning in analyzing the impact of capacity additions on bulk power and inter:tie systems in support of an integrated resource planning effort.
Support Electric System operations by: developing and issuing operating, fault duty and stability studies for peak and light load periods; analyzing special criteria and system conditions as requested and resolving other operating concerns.
Track the development of large residential housing developments, new commercial and industrial load growth on the distribution system. Plan distribution feeder and substation reinforcements with sufficient lead time to support this growth. Work directly with Design Engineers in ED and C and Major Accounts to provide cost effective and reliable service to all major customers. Take lead position in the design and upgrading of all Area and Spot Networks.
Work directly with Electric Service and System Performance Engineering in developing and issuing major circuit Reliability and Sectionalizing projects. This assignment includes: issuing normal load transfers and making similar recommendations for the sectionalizing and circuit restoration program: developing and issuing periodic updates to the Substation and Feeder Contingency Report.
Participate directly in the work of the Transmission and Substation Reliability Task Force. This assignment includes working with engineering and operating representatives; participating in circuit walk:downs; attending task force meetings; issuing reports; developing projects; assigning study work orders; requesting cost estimates; developing purpose and need statements; assigning project priorities and preparing special reliability reports.
Learn the use of and participate in the development of new planning tools that may be required for upgrading planning forecasts, load flows, economic and costing studies and research and development programs.
Issue projects to support and regulate system, substation and distribution power factor during peak and off:peak periods. This work includes: maintaining capacitor bank data records: issuing new capacitor installation and relocation projects; developing capacitor zones and specifying the type of capacitor controls.
Monitor substation and feeder voltages during normal and contingency conditions. Issue instructions to adjust bus regulator compensation settings as required. Review circuit loading levels and issue phase balancing instruction


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