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Mechanical Commissioning (BOP)

Job Description

Role Summary/Purpose

Role: Mechanical Commissioning Engineer BOP

Purpose: To commissioning the BOP mechanical systems and ensure planning, preparation and execution of the commissioning, operation, trial run and acceptance testing of a Gas Turbine Power Plant.

Essential Responsibilities

  • Responsible for cold and hot commissioning of the BOP systems and process of Gas Turbine Power Plants:
    - Takeover of the systems from construction
    - Instrument and transmitter calibration/adjustment and loop & target checks
    - Valve adjustments (solenoid actuation, pneumatic, hydraulic or motorized)
    - Motor initial runs with motor solo run, rotation check, load run checks

- Flushing of systems, function group start up and adjustments
- Preparation and execution of plant tests and performance tests and reliability run

  • Ensure that all activities are carried out in accordance with the site EHS plan requirements and specifically defined safe systems of work.
  • Coordinate the contractual tests with customer, adequacy with contract, turnover to customer without defects, follow-up of punch list items.
  • Manage, assess, supervise, support and promote the commissioning and other personnel assigned to him/her.
  • Ensure quality compliance for the scope of work by delegating responsibilities within your team, complying with all inspections, tests and witness points as contractually required and obtaining / producing quality records.
  • Ensure that commissioning is performed according to the specifications, engineering and commissioning documents, taking into account the safety instructions, environmental protection measures and local regulations.
  • Accept the turnover of systems from construction to commissioning and execute the turnover from commissioning to the customer in accordance with current procedure/work instruction and the contract.
  • Manage, perform, coordinate and monitor the commissioning of systems specified within the scope of work according to time schedule and contract and by arrangement with the Commissioning Manager.
  • Ensure the project milestone are achieved on time and within the budget cost.
  • Respect project milestones and provide information to the Commissioning Manager to assist in their realization.
  • Provide update information to the Commissioning Manager for reporting purposes, for the commissioning system time schedule and the commissioning staff planning.
  • Support and train the Commissioning Engineers assigned to him/her.
  • Train the customer staff in operation and maintenance as instructed by the Commissioning Manager.
  • To coordinate adequacy of as built systems with commissioning documentation, put under fluid, under voltage, control of results in the respect of thethe client process.
    - participating on daily and weekly commissioning meetings on site.
  • to identify and analyze technical problems, observe for defects and find solutions, ask for adequate technical support, report problems.
  • to follow-up non-conformities, cost analysis, as-built documentation.
  • Follow implemented on site EHS requirements, established in BiOZ/ EHS Plan and EHS procedure.
  • Report any unsafe situation and use "stop work" authority or decline to perform an assigned task, whenever an actual or perceived imminent concern for safety, the environment, or property exists.


  • Commissioning experience and strong knowledge of the mechanical BOP equipment of Gas Turbine Power Plants.
  • Having led a commissioning team in executing the pre-commissioning and commissioning activities independently.
  • Strong analytic and problem-solving capability.
  • Willing to travel worldwide for long term assignments
  • Fluent in spoken and written English and Polish.
  • An engineering degree from an accredited university.

Desired Characteristics

  • Communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong team player and motivator.
  • Strong leadership skills with strong influence and power of persuasion.

Commissioning permission of Energy Industry (SEP certification as pr polish law) - category D (supervision) and category E (exploitation):

group I D E is for electrical works,

group II D/E is for energetic equipment

group III D/E is for gas equipment/pressurized