National Grid Jobs in Melville
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Job Responsibilities: Engineering evaluation of the Gas Transmission System assets and components, work will include assessments, risk ranking, extensive data collection, and analysis, tracking performance and replacement reviews. Assist in implementation of a comprehensive Transmission Integrity Program consistent with existing and proposed regulations for over 1200 miles of gas transmission pipi...
As the Underground Residential Development (URD) Coordinator, be a part of the team as the primary interface between National Grid, LIPA, Verizon, Cablevision, Time Warner, Long Island Builders and other Trade Allies Coordinating and managing all URD/Commercial Industrial Park Underground Development (CIPUD) work plans and milestone schedules to ensure accurate work projections and satisfy custome...
Experience the personal challenge of working for a world class organization and leader in the Utilities and Energy Industry as a Meter Service Representative in the Customer Meter Services Department located in Long Island, New York. Read all types of gas and electric meters in the field. Leave missed reading cards in accordance with established procedure. May be assigned to perform all customer o...
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