Position: Process Commissioning Engineer – Water
Location: Cumbria/North West
Rate Guide: £350.00 – £400.00 per day (Guide Rate)
Our Client is a leading design and build contractor operating in the water sector. They have over 1,000 staff working across eight regional centres, primarily supporting six long term water sector frameworks through a number of joint ventures and alliances.
They are looking to recruit a Process Commissioning Engineer to work on their United Utilities AMP7 framework. Based in Cumbria you will be responsible for the hands on commissioning on two projects, one clean water and the other wastewater. You will report directly to the Project Manager and the responsibilities will include:
- Develop commissioning plans through the detailed design and installation phase, attend HAZOPS, HAZCOMMs and other risk reduction meetings, arrange and manage sampling activities to be carried out during testing.
- Carry out process commissioning on site, including managing sampling activities, liaising with process support and to have analysis carried out or conduct analysis internally, managing process start up and ensure optimum operation of the plant during performance trials.
- Write and submit commissioning completion reports indicating the performance levels achieved and successful pass of the process criteria.
- Facilitate feedback of improvement information from commissioning.
- Take part in off-site testing and pre-commissioning activities by suppliers or others where required.
- Ensure Commissioning is carried out safely in accordance with regulations and procedures.
- Ensure all necessary Commissioning documentation is produced in a timely manner and co-operate with Technical Documentation teams to ensure timely delivery of O&M manuals.
Skills, Qualifications & Experience:
- Previous Hands on Process commissioning engineer experience
- Strong process commissioning experience both site based and in planning activities
- Flexibility in travel between both projects
- Site experience in process commissioning, within the water industry
- Relevant degree or HND (scientific, chemical or process engineering preferred) or other suitable qualification