Back to Job Search

Commissioning Site Manager

Job Description

The Role

Project Management:

  • Oversee all facets of project management, with a primary focus on commissioning.
  • Accountable for managing the budget, ensuring on-time delivery, maintaining quality standards, and securing customer acceptance for the commissioning scope to be executed.

Leadership and Supervision:

  • Lead and supervise commissioning activities throughout the project's preparation and execution phases.
  • Ensure the seamless integration of the commissioning scope into the overall project plan.
  • Safely and efficiently execute commissioning tasks according to contract terms, budget constraints, and project timelines.
  • Implement standardized procedures for plant start-up, testing, and commissioning while consistently documenting observations and results.

Commissioning Responsibilities:

  • Manage commissioning activities related to various facilities and equipment within a wind power plant, including mechanical completion review, interlocks verification, step-up transformers, wind turbines, Scada, O&M Building, and HV transmission line.
  • Plan and oversee technical resource activities for turbine mechanical and electrical completion to facilitate a successful commissioning stage.
  • Manage technical resource activities related to turbine commissioning, warranty fulfillment, parts, and tool management.
  • Support component assembly and quality checks in assembly plants.
  • Configure wind farm communication systems in collaboration with IT and engineering departments.
  • Ensure a smooth transition from commissioning to operations and maintenance.

Problem-Solving and Compliance:

  • Proactively address and resolve issues as they arise, ensuring adherence to company policies, regulatory requirements, and quality, schedule, and budgetary constraints.
  • Uphold environmental, health, and safety (EHS) rules on-site and comply with EHS policies.
  • Collaborate in emergency response efforts and promptly report any failures or risks.

What You'll Need

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's Degree in electrical engineering or Marine Electro Technical Officer (ETO) STCW III/6 or Chief Mate/Master STCW II/2 Unlimited.
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in engineering or a related field, with at least 3 years in power electrical systems.
  • Proficiency in regulatory compliance management (Flag, Class, and Navy) and GMDSS.
  • Fluent in English (both speaking and writing).
  • Familiarity with systems applications and knowledge, particularly in SAP MM module or other ERP systems.
  • Experience in offshore industry projects, including site construction and working within multinational teams and subcontractor workforces.
  • Background in the design, commissioning, and servicing of power conversion systems.

Skills and Attributes:

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Numeracy and literacy.
  • IT proficiency.
  • Contract negotiation abilities.
  • Team-oriented, cooperative, and committed to personal development.
  • Confident and adaptable personality.
  • Highly motivated with the ability to perform under time-sensitive conditions.
  • Leadership and relationship-building skills.
  • Experience with tooling, suppliers, and quality tool management.
  • Knowledge of wind turbine generator (WTG) systems, such as Pitch system, Yaw system, cooling circuits, elevator, and hydraulic systems.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented.
  • Effective at multitasking and working independently.
  • Ability to coordinate cross-functional teams for project start-up, testing, and commissioning.
  • Skilled in establishing and leveraging relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Willingness to travel frequently, as required by project cycles and offshore rotations.
  • Able to interact effectively with offshore clients.

EA Reg No. R1984350
EA License No. 16S8096