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  • Job reference: RMS0105971

Commissioning Engineer

  • Sector: Power & Energy
  • Location: UK - Other
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 19/03/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (26/03/12)
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The Company:
Out client are specialisit within the Nuclear & Power industry

The Role:
We are currently looking to recruit commissioning engineers, electrical bias that has experience within the nuclear industry. The role involves:-

•Completion of test documentation and reports associated with their specific test function.
•Liaise with The Commissioning Team Leaders and Commissioning Manager Identifying faults and problem areas in an accurate and timely manner.
•Maintain and promote safe working practices by wearing correct protective clothing and use of appropriate safety equipment.
•All activities in line with current health and safety standards and procedures, to ensure that all safe working practices and appropriate risk assessments are complied with during Commissioning.
•Ensure all testing activities are carried out in line with supporting documentation
•Responsible for fault reporting and implementation and retesting of design modifications.
•Broad understanding of Safe Working Practices, Permit to Work systems and QA requirements.
•Proven ability to commission and operate a process plant, including mechanical handling, Hydraulics and associated PLC/SCADA control systems.

If you would like to discuss this role in more details please contact Chrisy Waller on 01925 255697 or email CV to cwaller@fircroft.com

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
HNC in Electrical Engineering
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