Sitec currently have an opportunity for a Commissioning Electrical Engineer to join our client based in Rosyth. This is a contract position for an initial 3 months with extension likely. The pay rate for this role is £22p/hr Ltd.
Purpose of role:
To bring electrical SQEP to the multi-disciplined Hotel and HVAC Commissioning Team within the Hotel and HVAC IPT. Contribute to achievement of the Commissioning Schedule and within budget. As part of the Aircraft Carrier Alliance the responsibility is enhanced by the increased volume of setting to work systems on the largest warship built in this country.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for checking systems are complete enough for safe and suitable testing to commence. Check equipment and cabling is relevant to each commissioning path and, indeed, in a test path.
- To ensure logical and effective sequencing for systems commissioning in accordance with the Commissioning Plan.
- To deliver a completed and fully signed up Test Form or associated documentation sets that provide clear evidence in support of acceptance when viewed alongside contractual acceptance events. Co-ordinating, controlling and conducting onboard inspections, tests and trials. Overseeing sub-contractors completing their own test forms/commissioning procedures/STW documents.
- To monitor progress of testing to ensure the test programme is met. Keep the PM informed of any problems or delays and propose recovery action.
- To inform the relevant Test Group if the authorised Test Document requires a Change.
- To operate and maintain the TAG OUT control system discipline to ensure Ship, Equipment and Personnel safety is maintained. Raise TAG OUT request as required.
- To attend wash-up meetings as directed by the CM/PM, ensuring that any outstanding work is captured appropriately.
- To maintain an up-to-date auditable Test Form, recording activities, test progress, any incidents or dangerous occurrences, and to update the PM/team on all test activities.
- To supervise and support industrials as required by the CM/PM, conducting on board testing with specific reference to safety, on job training, correct engineering practices and that the relevant Test Document is being correctly followed and signed up to date. To ensure correct support facilities are available to support testing in hand.
- To attend Progress and Test Group meetings as required by the CM/PM.
- To prepare draft Test Documentation in the correct format, for authorisation by the Test Group, as allocated by the PM.
- To assess test documents regularly and on completion of each step. To review completed test documents prior to evaluation by the relevant Test Group to ensure that all results are within specification and that the required standards. Includes Supplier documents. To inform the PM as soon as practicable of any out of specification results. When necessary raise Non Conformance Reports and submit to CM/PM.
- To raise issues/queries, for authorisation by the Test Group.
- Ensure that all equipment used on testing is fit for purpose and calibrated, highlighting any shortfalls to the PM for purchase. Any additional equipment found necessary is to be designed and manufactured to the correct specifications as approved by the Eng Dept. Includes Supplier equipment.
- Ensure the section has all the required current referenced BRs, drawings, illustrated parts catalogues, job orders, etc
- Ensure that the group has all the required test equipment highlighting any shortfalls to the PM.
- Maintain Quality Assurance requirements.
- Carry out and review Risk Assessments and COSHH Assessments as required.
- Assist in preparation of labour loading budgets, manpower and shift working requirements.
- Assist in the training of Test Technicians and other personnel employed within Commissioning with specific reference to on job training, safe working practices, etc.
- Present equipment and systems to MCTA staff or other nominated officer for Installation Inspection and Harbour or Sea Acceptance Trials and attend related meetings.
- Attend training courses (local and external) as deemed necessary.
- Attend sea trials as required.
Play a lead role in the development of the Company Safety Culture leading to the SHE Maturity Model exemplar assessment. Have a trained awareness of High Voltage Safety.
Key Technical Skills
- Relevant proven engineering experience in a previous commissioning environment - preferably of warship systems.
- Electrical skill set.
- Knowledge and experience of Product Safety Engineering practice.
- Stakeholder management within Hotel and HVAC IPT and out to wider IPT - incl. Construction and supporting functions and Ship's Staff.
- Detailed knowledge and experience of engineering practices and modern commissioning activities - incl integration of software control systems.
This vacancy is being advertised by Sitec.