Commissioning Manager (Heat Networks)
Salary: £55K - £57K per annum
As Commissioning Manager, you will be responsible for defining and writing the project specific commissioning requirements; stipulating the tests, inspections and commissioning activities required to be successfully completed to permit the handover of energy centres and district heat networks from a developer / principal contractor.
You will lead with onsite commissioning activities and energisation of the plant, both as individual items of plant as well as a collective/ integrated system, conducting factory acceptance tests and site acceptance tests.
You will be supported by and work alongside Technical Project Managers, Construction & Installation Project Managers and Operations & Maintenance Engineers.
You will have a pivotal role acting as a "gate keeper" between the developer/ principal contractor regarding the acceptance of assets, therefore you will need to be comfortable having challenging conversations with these parties justifying why an asset should, or should not, be adopted.
Your Skills and Experience
You will be a degreed engineer with experience of commissioning activities for district heat networks and energy centres, or similar industry. You will have strong technical report writing skills and must be able to read/ understand and interpret schematics and engineering drawings.
Highly desirable will be your ability to demonstrate a strong understanding of Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers CIBSE / Building regulations, alongside CDM, PUWER and PSSR regulations as well as DSEAR regulations and the Fire Safety Order.
Knowledge or qualifications in ISO 9001 and 14001 would also be an advantage.
If you would like to apply for this job, please send your CV to James McNair at Cathcart Energy.