Commissioning Engineer

Contact Cian Kavanagh
  • Salary: £45,000 - £55,000
  • Location: UKLondon & SE
  • Sector: Power & Energy

Our client is seeking a Commissioning Engineer to join their team in London. Our client is a leading global Provider of Specialist Design, Engineering and Construction Services across a variety of key sectors including Data Centres, Renewables and Transmission and Distribution Utilities.

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  • Compile commissioning packs for upcoming projects
  • Attends project commissioning kick off and co-ordination meetings
  • Reports equipment defects or calibration issues to commissioning manager
  • Completes project RFI/TQ’s during commissioning and manage the design log process.
  • Commissioning of primary and secondary equipment on projects
  • Configuration of projection relays, RTU, PLC, Power quality meters, and other substation automation systems
  • Completion and submission of redline drawings during commissioning
  • Attends FAT tests for equipment when requested
  • Ensures all required site modifications are completed and validates as-built drawings
  • Completion of commissioning and test documentation throughout project lifespan
  • Provides declaration of fitness when commissioning is complete
  • Completion of pre and post energisation testing
  • Assists junior commissioning engineers with development


  • Electrical Engineering Degree
  • 5 years’ + relevant industry experience
  • Flexibility/Adaptability
  • IT Literacy
  • Strong communication skills
  • Operational experience with Omicron test equipment

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