Electrical Commissioning Engineer (CHP)
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|Employer:|| Astute Technical ||Job Code:||1208-79WB_1345043602||Salary Band:||25 000 - 49 999||Salary Details:||£36000 - £40000 per annum||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Manchester||Address:||Job Sector:||Renewables||Sub Sector:||Solar||Skill:||Engineering||
Electrical Commissioning Engineer |
Home base (England)
Salary to £40,000 + Car or Van
Home based role travelling to client sites primarily by plane and car to effect the commissioning of new CHP (Combined Heat & Power) installations which utilise a range of large bore, medium speed gas fuelled reciprocation engines that are in essence generators that capture the waste heat of the engine (heat exchangers) to provide highly efficient on site electrical generation wit electrical outputs range from 130kW to 2 MW with heat outputs from 200kW to 2.3MW. Work for a specialist company that are part of a large the parent organisation who employ over 1,000 staff being providers of Energy Management Services, Carbon Reduction & Low Carbon solutions.
What you'll be doing...
* Electrical Commissioning of CHP equipment on customer sites throughout the UK & EU countries working from a home base - you will need to be near (1-hour drive) an international Airport with England to be considered.
* Typically you will be commissioning Perkins, CAT, Cummins, Deutz, Volvo & MAN engines utilising Woodward ignition systems; HIEINZMANN controllers + THESEUS & KRONOS
* Working with PLC controllers (sheets and programs) mainly Beckhoff plus a full range of ComAp controllers and systems hardware & software commissioning.
* Various G59 relay panels with acceptance tests carried out on a range of relays, setup varying signals and relays / signal converters to interface with customers (0-20ma / 4-20ma / volt free NO / NC / pulse counting (mainly BMS Systems).
* Emissions set up and full engine mapping, all pre commissioning 3-phase (phasing out) paralleling checks prior to first synchronisation.
* Stamford generator controls, AVR PFC MX321 etc. and breaker and protection systems setup including main incomer and ACB / MCB Masterpact Merlin Girin (Schneider Electric) circuit breaker set-up.
* Liaise with onsite contractors to ensure installation and commission completed within given deadlines and report to the company's operations manager.
What you'll need for this position...
* Ideally you will be electrically biased with power generation experience of generators, gensets or CHP units.
* Experience of liaising with on-site contractors to ensure installation and commission completed within given deadlines.
What's in it for you...
* Competitive salary up to £40,000 (£38k to £39k)
* Fully expensed company vehicle with the option of a 2 litre estate car or panelled van (personal tax implications)
* £1200 (non taxable) allowance to cover vehicle washing
* The position will involve limited overtime working (especially when abroad) that should take your earning past £40k to £45k
* 25 days annual leave + 8 statutory days
* Join group pension scheme or receive 4% of base salary to a nominated pension provider
* single health cover
* life assurance
* Company credit & fuel card
* PPE clothing
How to apply...
Please e-mail your CV to Will Bartlam at ASTUTE Technical Recruitment, firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information please call Will directly on 02392 288207 quoting reference 1208-79WB
Astute Technical Recruitment / AstuteJobs are acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy. We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and comply with all relevant UK legislation. We encourage applications from individuals from all backgrounds but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK.
|Preferred Experience:||5-10 years||Position Type:||Permanent||Job Hours:||Full Time||Mandatory Requirement: National Residency or Valid Work Permit required:||Yes||Required for work/interview immediately:||Yes||Post Date:||15/08/2012||Expiration Date:||14/09/2012|