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Control Systems Commissioning Engineer

Job Description

Earthstream are proud to be recruiting a Control Systems Commissioning Engineer for a true leader in advanced systems integration with a focus on operational technology & digital transformation for some of the most highly regulated and challenging industrial environments

Job Role: Control Systems Commissioning Engineer

Location: Stone or Remote

Salary: £55,000 pa

As a Control Systems Commissioning Engineer your remit will include:

  • Carry out site acceptance testing/commissioning activities in line with approved test documentation
  • Technical supervision of installation works on site
  • Ensure site work (installation & commissioning) is carried out in line with agreed technical procedures, methods and standards
  • Collation & management of project commissioning file
  • Mark-up of drawings and schematics where changes are identified as required through commissioning activities
  • Involvement in creation & preparation of commissioning/test documentation
  • Deployment of configuration files to SCADA BCU's, RTU's, IED's etc. and Network devices (Ethernet Switches etc.) including subsequent verification
  • Preparation of site materials/commissioning spares/test documentation prior to project delivery on site.

What you will bring to the company:

Essential Requirements:

  • Suitably qualified or experienced in an Electrical Engineering discipline
  • Good understanding of Test/Commissioning techniques
  • Experience in fault finding on electrical/electronic systems
  • Understanding of communication networks and differing communication protocols and media types utilised (i.e. Ethernet over Fibre Optic etc.)
  • Computer literate with respect to the production of documentation (Microsoft Office)
  • Computer literate with respect to the deployment of configuration files & verification
  • Hold a current full driving licence (UK or be able to easily convert to full UK)

Desirable Requirements:

  • Experience of writing, developing & contributing to specifications/plans (Commissioning or Test)
  • Completed BS7671 18th Edition course (or previous iteration)
  • Completed C&G 2391 Inspection & Testing course
  • Experience of working on National Grid Substations
  • Experience of Substation Secondary Systems
  • Holds National Grid Commissioning Passport and/or knowledge of National Grid Procedures & Specifications
  • Holds National Grid Competent Person status
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD (for minor changes/navigation of drawings)

What they promise to offer:

  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Flexible working
  • Pension
  • Life assurance policy
  • Private health care
  • Lifestyle screening
  • Salary sacrifice programme
  • Mental health assistance programme
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Green car scheme
  • Support in achieving professional engineer status (IEng, CEng) and professional memberships fees covered