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Commissioning Manager.

London, United Kingdom

Commissioning Manager.
£50000 - £55000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits

Commissioning Manager.

Salary: Negotiable (Depending on experience)
Location: London
Salary: £50'000 - £60'000

JD Ross is representing one of the biggest multi-utility energy companies looking to bring on a commissioning engineer/manager. Having secured a number of projects and with a strong pipeline moving forward this is an integral role in a prosperous company.

You will provide a pivotal role, leading the commissioning activities and acting as the “middle man” between developer and the business regarding the acceptance of District Heating assets and being able to communicate as to why an asset should or should not be adopted.

Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for defining and writing the commissioning procedure including outline specific requirements including: Testing, Inspections, and Commissioning before hand over to operations.
  • Manage the process of Commissioning into full operational management.
  • Provide technical support to the design team, reviewing drawings and suggesting improvements to optimize performance.
  • Verify initial concept through to the detailed design.
  • Oversee and ensure the obtaining of raw materials necessary for project
  • Review/witness Internal or external installations engaging with stakeholder where necessary (dependent on in-house or external EPC).
  • Overseeing and ensuring the successful completion of construction and implementation phase with necessary documentation e.g. (HSE).
  • Assist in the optimizing of performance/ identify areas of performance.
Qualifications required:
  • Proven experience in commissioning large operational energy projects, preferably in district heating.
  • Experience in the design and operation of district heating systems, CHP, boilers, energy centres etc.
  • Experience liaising with stakeholders.
  • Competence in IT software (Microsoft Excel, Word etc).
  • Knowledge of CIBSE, Electrical and UK regulatory standards.
  • It would be an advantage to hold knowledge in energy software programming (E.g. EnergyPro/AutoCAD etc.)
  • Understanding of BMS/SCADA/OMS
Additional qualifications (Not essential but would benefit):
  • Degree level in mechanical or related engineering discipline.
  • Chartered status from respected institute.
Only applicants living or able to live in the UK will be accepted for this role. If you are interested in finding out more please send your CV to david.broomfield@JDRossenergy.com and I will be in touch shortly. 

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