Contract REF: #BBBH10600

Electrical Commissioning Engineer

£400-£430 per Daily

Overview

Murray McIntosh are currently recruiting for an Electrical Commissioning Engineer with Marine experience to work for a key client of ours on a contract basis as detailed below:

You will be working on a vessel where a range of equipment & systems need to be commissioned ahead of sea trials.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support comprehensive commissioning plans for maritime projects, honouring key milestones, timelines, and resource requirements.
  • Support the Commissioning Manager and other stakeholders to align commissioning activities with project schedules.
  • Perform the execution of commissioning activities for maritime vessels, systems, and equipment.
  • Conduct pre-commissioning inspections and ensure all necessary preparations are completed.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues that may arise during commissioning.
  • Ensure that commissioning activities meet or exceed industry standards, safety regulations, and project specifications.
  • Adhere to quality control measures and conduct inspections to verify the integrity of systems and components.
  • Maintain accurate records of commissioning activities, including test results, inspection reports, and documentation of system configurations.
  • Generate commissioning reports to communicate progress, issues, and resolutions to stakeholders.
  • Ability to lead and mentor commissioning teams, providing guidance and support to ensure efficient and effective commissioning processes.

Experience required:

  • At least 2 years previous experience in a commissioning role
  • Marine engineering background - ideally electrical engineering bias
  • Proven experience commissioning maritime vessels, systems or equipment
  • Strong problem solving and communication skills
  • Attention to detail and adhering to all safety standards
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Chris Nelson

Principal Consultant - Engineering