Position Summary: Performs engineering required for plant additions and revisions. Conducts economic and system planning studies for the gas system. Supervises, trains and directs assigned employees in the design, planning and development of the gas distribution system and associated facilities.

Bachelor of Science degree in Civil or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university. Experience in natural gas distribution systems and operations preferred.

Must possess excellent organizational and communication skills. Must be proficient with Auto CAD release 13 or higher, must be proficient with the use of Microsoft Office products. Knowledge of ESRI GIS software preferred.

Must have a degree from an engineering curriculum which is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) as approved by the Tennessee State Board of Architectural and Engineering Examiners. Passage of the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering Examination.

Physical Demands:
The ability to safely operate a standard equipped JEA motor vehicle. The ability to use a computer keyboard effectively.
The ability to enter/exit 22″ diameter access-ways and work in confined spaces. The ability to orally communicate by phone and person to person. The ability to see and read printed material.
The ability to effectively write technical reports and present them before a group. The ability to walk several miles over rough terrain.

Work Environment:
Indoor and outdoor conditions.

Must have and maintain a valid Class “D” license.

Must have a telephone and furnish the number to his/he supervisor.

Essential Functions:

Supervises assigned staff in the areas of drafting, records, surveying and field data.
Maintains and develops the gas system model within the SynerGEE Gas software.
Trains assigned engineering staff in the use of Auto CAD and ESRI GIS software.
Coordinates projects with others, both inside and outside the Division.
Maintains knowledge of applicable codes including, CFR Title 49, Part 192, International Fuel Gas Codes, Etc.
Develops bid contracts and specifications for projects.
Works closely with Operations to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the system.
Designs alterations, replacements and expansions to JEA’s system.
Reviews designs of others.
Performs economic and system planning studies.
Secures permits and easements.
Gathers information and prepares drawings and descriptions for easements.
Assists System Engineer in preparation of annual budget.
Provides system information, advice and technical assistance to consultants, developers, contractors, customers, and other agencies and departments.
Assumes responsibility for safe work practices of employees within area of responsibility.
Studies engineering literature, regulations, codes and other sources to keep abreast of engineering progress.
Supervises system utilities during 24-hour standby duty on a rotational basis.
Assumes additional responsibilities as requested.Tracking

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