Celebrate PE Day!
NSPE is celebrating licensed professional engineers with the
fifth annual Professional Engineers Day
Wednesday, August 5.
Join the Society in raising awareness about what it means to be a PE and showing appreciation for the work they do every day.
In lieu of in-district meetings with legislators, like those conducted last year, NSPE members will be able to participate in a series of panel discussions. The discussions will include members of Congress and/or their staff, who will share information on pending legislation that impacts the engineering profession. NSPE members will have opportunities to ask questions and to take action on the bills that are discussed by the panel.
PE Day falls within the week of the Virtual PECon (August 3-7). As a highlight of PE Day, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt III, will discuss "
The Importance and Responsibilities of Professional Engineers.
" His presentation will touch on the NTSB's recommendation for eliminating the PE license exemption for public utility work, and the requirement for a professional engineer's seal on public utility engineering drawings, stemming from the tragic pipeline explosions and fires in the Merrimack Valley of Massachusetts.
IBM's Global Chief Technology Officer Ben Amaba, is also featured as a keynote speaker and will cover the
professional engineer's role
in artificial intelligence and technology.
NJSPE Would like to Welcome its Newest Members:
Jerry Dutreuil, PE
Stephanie Hartson EI/EIT
Robert A. Hough, PE
Brendan Joseph Lazar, PE
Maryam Echreshzadeh (Student)
Michael J. Hayde (Student)
Pennsylvania State University
Stan Zheng (Student)
NJSPE wants to hear about your company achievements!
Has your company made any great achievements, won awards, or been recognized for a job well done? We want to hear about it!
Submit your company achievements to
to be featured on NJSPE's social media channels! Please include any relevant images, links, videos, etc.!
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Reduced Cost Ethics Training for Professional Engineers
To help our members meet their requirements, the New Jersey Society of Professional Engineers has launched a new online ethics training for professional engineers at a reduced cost.
This two-hour online video, presented by the NJSPE counsel Larry Powers, will provide you with the two credits required for the ethics portion of your professional engineer license. Once the video is viewed in its entirety, you will be e-mailed a certificate proving you have met this licensing requirement.
NJSPE Member Renewals
If you have received your renewal and are paying by Purchase Order or Voucher, please send all paper work to NJSPE for a signature. You can mail it to NJSPE, 414 River View Plaza, Trenton, NJ 08611 or you can fax it to 609-393-9891. Thank you for your membership!
Mechanical Engineer/Industrial Mechanic/Millwright General Manager
20,000 sq. ft. machine and fabrication shop with mobile cranes to 110 ton, heavy service truck fleet with contracts for Water and Waste Water Treatment Plants, Multi housing authority mechanical trades maintenance, welding, rigging, pump, motor and gearbox rebuilding. Must have 10 years previous hands on experience in Millwright and related trades with AS in Mechanical/Industrial/Electrical/Civil Engineering minimum or 5 years experience as a Mechanical Engineer for a similar company and BSME. Good driving record. Pr-employment drug and physical screening required. Must have clean legal record for back ground check by Mercer County Sheriffs Office.
Salary plus benefits to include 401K, Holiday, Vacation, Medical, Uniforms, etc.
Starting salary $95,000.00/year with advancement to Full Partner/Owner possible for the right person.
Contact to Apply:
Gary M. Hochschild
609-396-4751 ext. 301
Electrical Test Engineer
Location: Passaic County
- Test microprocessor controlled power conversion equipment
- Determine software procedural changes, tools, materials and equipment.
- Install circuits for electrical low voltage systems.
- Wire new equipment according to Wiring Diagrams and troubleshoot existing systems.
- Perform miscellaneous duties as directed by Supervisor.
- Repair electronic components using electronic test equipment and replacement parts
- Diagnose and repair and/or replace damaged or broken wires, cables and faulty electrical components of machines such as relays, switches, and control panels.
- Must be able to solely and safely lift and move materials weighing up to 75 pounds.
- Knowledge of test equipment to include oscilloscope, multi-meters, digital analyzers, battery analyzers, frequency meters, and decibel meters.
- Must be computer literate with Windows.
- Work overtime as needed.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen
- Must be willing to travel when required
- Medical Coverage
- Vacation (2 weeks)
Contact to Apply:
Francine Van Heusen
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Learn the latest in Sustainability at PECon
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Corrosion minimization: The key is to protect metal surfaces
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NSPE Urges Veto of Structural Engineering Bill
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|Joseph A. Mancini, PE
|Robert V. Kiser, PE
|William Delisky, PE
|Erica Vigliorolo, EIT
|Tejal Patel, PE
|Jeffrey Laux, PE
|Brian Van Nortwick, PE
||NJSPE Director at Large
|Mark Shourds, PE, F.NSPE
|Lawrence Powers, Esq.
|Joe Simonetta, CAE