|Job Title:||Electrical/Mechanical Commissioning Engineers|
|Contact Name:||Stuart Vivian|
|Job Published:||over 1 year ago|
This is an excellent opportunity to work on a high profile contract developing a key Waste to Energy facility. The facility will handle over 200,000 tons per annum and is expected to be operational in approximately 1 years' time.
The Electrical and Mechanical Commissioning Engineers will work; support and report to the Commissioning Manager to ensure all activities in relation to the MRF & Wet preparation area of the plant are suitably planned and executed on time throughout the project.
This will also include liaising with the major subcontractors within the MRF & Wet Prep areas of the plant to ensure adequate commissioning documentation and resources are prepared prior to the commencement of commissioning in line with the commissioning plan.
Candidates should be qualified Engineers and ideally have experience of Materials Recycling Facilities, but working on power or new build projects will be required with technical and commercial knowledge and skills necessary.
A consultant will be in contact should your application be taken further. If you have not heard back from us within two weeks then unfortunately you have been unsuccessful in your application.
Please note that our website is always being updated with the latest job opportunities within Energy Generation, Renewable Energy, Environment, Planning & Built Environment, Health & Safety, Waste & Recycling and Building & Energy Services.
This is one of many Waste & Recycling job opportunities provided through Allen & York.
Waste includes Recycling & Composting, Waste Management, Waste Operations and Energy from Waste jobs (EfW)
Engineering includes Project Management, Water & Wastewater Engineering, Infrastructure Engineering and Power System