Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory has an opening for an Electrical Safety Specialist to support the Safety and Health Division. This position will serve as PPPL’s Electrical Safety Field Inspector as part of the Electrical Safety, Equipment Inspection and Code Compliance Program as well as provide inspection of electrical installations, modifications, witness testing, and energization field activities on assigned projects. The position will be responsible for developing, maintaining, and facilitating the PPPL electrical safety program, consistent with Laboratory Environment, Safety, and Health, federal and contractual requirements.
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The Electrical Safety Specialist is responsible for supporting and conducting a variety of training programs, managing and documenting inspections/ assessments in the field and reviewing policies and procedures. Duties in however are not limited to:
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