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Associate Elec Sys Operator



Full Time

On Site


Hicksville, New York, United States

Requisition: 71607

PSEG Company: PSEG Long Island

Salary Range: $ 62,700 - $ 100,100

Incentive: PIP 10%

Work Location Category: Onsite

PSEG operates under a Flexible Work Model where flexible work is offered when job requirements allow. In support of this model, roles have been categorized into one of four work location categories: onsite roles, hybrid roles that are a blend of onsite and remote work, remote local roles that are primarily home-based but require some level of purpose-driven in-person interaction and living within a commutable distance, and remote non-local roles that can be effectively performed remotely with the ability to work in approved states.

PSEG offers a unique experience to our more than 12,000 employees – we provide the resources and opportunities for career development that come with being a Fortune 500 company, as well as the attention, camaraderie and care for one another you might typically associate with a small business. Our focus on combatting climate change through clean energy technology, our new net zero climate vision for 2030 and enhanced commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; and supporting the communities we serve make this a particularly exciting time to join PSEG.

Job Summary

The Transmission Electric System Operator is the first line supervisor overseeing the real time operation of the LIPA transmission and substation system. The Electric System Operator continuously monitors the real time operation of the Bulk Electric System in Long Island while adhering to all applicable NERC TOP standards, NPCC guidelines, New York State Reliability Council Rules and NYISO operating procedures

Job Responsibilities

Continuously monitor all pertinent conditions on LIPA systems (transmission flows, system voltage, system load, frequency, etc.), identify actual or potential problems, and determine need for corrective action.
Respond to actual and potential thermal rating violations on transmission lines and substation equipment (including SOL violations) in accordance with LIPA and NYISO operating procedures and current system conditions.
Continuously monitor MW output of generating units to ensure that they are following dispatch instructions and responding to NYISO AGC signals. In consultation with the Principal System Operator, take or direct the District Operator to take corrective action as needed.
Continuously monitor system power flow and contingency analysis results to determine system security under unexpected/emergent conditions, identify potential operating constraints (if any), and direct the District Operator to take appropriate mitigating actions.
Continuously monitor and manage voltage levels, reactive flows and reactive sources on an actual and contingency basis and determine need for corrective action. This includes pro-actively deploying reactive devices to stay ahead of system voltage during load cycles and ensure appropriate use of dynamic reactive resources.
Following a severe system disturbance (e.g. loss of multiple generating units and/or interconnections), determine the cause and extent of the disturbance, develop and implement a plan to restore the system to a secure state and complete appropriate notifications.
Directly supervise the progress of transmission outages, clearance and control processes and switching procedures to ensure all work permits are ready for pick up at scheduled start time and that they are also returned by the scheduled return time. Provide direct leadership, supervision and coaching to District Operators as required.

This position will contain one to two years of training prior to being eligible for full qualification to assume the Transmission System Operator position and may include a job rotation program within Transmission Operations

Job Specific Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering
Must be able to work a rotating 12-hour shift
Applicant will be required to take an approved work aptitude test by an outside consultant in order to accept this position.
A one to two years on the job training program will be provided to all new hires which will include learning job responsibilities, PSEGLI policies and procedures and switching methods and procedures.
The successful candidate will be required to prepare for and pass the NERC Transmission Operator Certification exam within one year of accepting the position.
The ability to interface with all levels of management is essential
Verbal communication must be clear, concise and effective. Strong analytical reasoning and logical thinking ability is also essential.
Knowledge of computer simulation tools such as load flow and unit commitment is desired.
Tolerance of job stress and pressure is a major contributor to success in the position.
High energy, drive and work motivation is a necessity
Effective leadership, team building, problem solving skills are required
As an employee of PSEGLI, you should be aware that during storm restoration efforts, you may be required to perform functions outside of your routine duties and on a schedule that may be different from normal operations

Minimum Years of Experience


Bachelor in Engineering


None Noted


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Candidates must foster an inclusive work environment and respect all aspects of diversity. Successful candidates must demonstrate and value differences in others' strengths, perspectives, approaches, and personal choices.

As an employee of PSE&G or PSEG LI, you should be aware that during storm restoration efforts, you may be required to perform functions outside of your routine duties and on a schedule that may be different from normal operations.

Certain positions at the Company may require you to have access to 10 CFR Part 810 controlled information. If the position does require access to this information, the Talent Acquisition representative will provide further details upon making an offer.

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