Closing Date 4/19/22

Job Responsibilities
1. Inspects all boilers and unfired pressure vessels in a designated territory of the state which are under the jurisdiction of the Boiler Safety Act as to their construction, installation and condition for operation.
2. Calculates maximum allowable working pressures of boilers and pressure vessels using design formulas from the American Society of Mechanical Engineer's Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code after determining existing conditions of the object.
3. Conducts shop inspections of boilers and unfired pressure vessels in the process of manufacture observing fit-up, welding and material content for compliance with specifications for construction and fabrication set forth by the American Society of Mechanical Engineer's Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and the Illinois Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act.
4. Completes and submits inspection reports to the Office of the State Fire Marshal for processing of all in-service inspections conducted daily, while maintaining copies.
5. Reviews and accepts Welding Procedures Specifications Procedure Qualification Records and Performance Qualification Records by comparing criteria set forth in the ASME Code, Section IX, "Welding and Brazing Qualifications".
6. Contacts owners and users of boilers and pressure vessels and repair firms to disseminate information regarding requirements for construction, installation, operation and repair of boiler and unfired pressure vessels.
7. Performs other duties as required or assigned which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.

Minimum Requirements
• Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to completion of four (4) years of high school.
• Requires five (5) years of practical experience in the construction, maintenance, repair, or operation of high pressure boilers as a mechanical engineer, operating engineer, or boilermaker. A mechanical engineering degree from a recognized college of engineering may be substituted for two (2) years of experience.
• Within the first six (6) months of employment, an employee must qualify and pass the examinations given by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors to become a National Board lnservice Commissioned Inspector. Failure to successfully pass these exams in the required time will result in termination of employment.
• The incumbent must thereafter maintain a current lnservice Commission by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors. The possessor of this Commission may also be identified as a National Board Inservice Commissioned Inspector.

All applicants who desire consideration for current postings MUST apply electronically through SuccessFactors Careers at State of Illinois ( Please Note: Paper applications submitted via email, fax or hand delivery will no longer be accepted.


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All applicants interested in applying for Summer Engineering Internships at the Illinois Department of Transportation should apply online directly to the posting on the SuccessFactors website: Careers at State of Illinois (

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Smart Assistance Manager guides customers to individualized financial-assistance
and energy-saving options

CHICAGO (March 1, 2022) – With the launch of its Smart Assistance Manager (SAM), ComEd has made it easier for families and individuals to access customized financial-assistance options, as well as programs to help them manage their electric bills.

SAM is an online self-service tool for all residential customers that finds and displays support options based on their household information, such as energy usage and billing history. Customers who create an online account with ComEd through the “My Account” tool can log in while using SAM to get even more personalized, targeted results.

“Previously, customers may have had to search for information to enroll in energy-assistance programs,” said Nichole Owens, ComEd’s vice president of customer channels. “With ComEd’s Smart Assistance Manager, customers can access the website – anywhere and on their own time – and be guided to the options best suited for them. What’s better, they will also be connected to the people and forms so they can get assistance as soon as possible to take advantage of them.”

SAM matches customers with the payment-assistance programs for which they may eligible – including deferred-payment arrangements, the Percent of Income Payment Plan assistance program (PIPP) and the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) – then provides guidance and links to apply.

SAM also provides recommendations on energy-efficiency offerings that can save customers money and energy, including free home energy assessments and discounts on energy-saving products.
Customers interested in accessing this free tool can visit

Enhanced Bill-Assistance Options

ComEd also reminds customers about recent changes to payment features to further support customers struggling to pay their electric bills. Eligible, low-income residential customers will no longer be assessed late payment fees or deposits, and any deposits already provided to ComEd will be returned.

The company no longer assesses additional fees for any customers when they use a credit card, debit card, or electronic check to pay their ComEd bills. And, to offer more convenience, all customers can pay their ComEd bill with PayPal. More information on each of these options is available at


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