Matchtech

Commissioning Engineer - Electrical

Recruiter
Location
Glasgow
Salary
£22.75 per hour
Posted
11 May 2017
Closes
08 Jun 2017
Ref
EMP390294
Contact
Grace Aitken-McMullan
Sector
Marine
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
Responsibilities:

* The performance and conduct of electrical and or mechanical Commissioning during Ship Assembly, System Commissioning and System Integration.
* Ensure the safe and efficient electrical and/or mechanical testing and commissioning of all systems and equipment within the scope of the appropriate Test Groups for PWLS Commissioning.
* Ensures that the relevant operating Rules generated by the operational safety cases are fully understood and implemented during all Test and Commissioning activities.
* Ensure the all systems are commissioned to schedule with the minimum disruption and re-work.
* Monitor and assist any Production Test activities and Equipment Suppliers Commissioning to eliminate or minimise any conflict that occurs re personnel/equipment safety, safety and programme.
* Ensure that all Electrical and or Mechanical Commissioning is conducted iaw the approved Test documentation to maintain the requirements of the test and commissioning programme.
* Ensure that the Electrical and/or Mechanical Commissioning is conducted iaw the Quality requirements of the ACA Testing and Trials Code of Practice
* Assist (as required) in the maintenance and upkeep of equipment installed on the ship.

Requirements:

* The Commissioning Engineer is accountable to the Principal Commissioning Engineer for the execution of their tasks.
* Evaluate technical issues in order to develop proposals for investigations and/or solutions, including process improvements.
* Participate fully in developing, maintaining and modifying commissioning processes and procedures in assigned areas in response to technical developments and operational need.
* Carry out technical analyses and investigations, including evaluation and selection of technical options, and prepare reports with suggested recommendations to support the resolution of problems and the improvement of