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Search the latest commissioning engineering jobs available within the energy and engineering industry worldwide. Many of the engineering jobs and power jobs available with Energy Jobline require skilled commissioning professionals. Commissioning engineers generally work on employers sites and are responsible for the commissioning, maintenance of the system installations, plants and equipment. Its quite common for to travel frequently visiting various sites. Commissioning engineers help to make sure that the products they are responsible for work properly and that they meet the client’s needs. 

Commissioning Engineering Jobs

Typical employers can include companies that both manufacture and operate mechanical, electronic and electrical systems, equipment and machinery; power, oil and gas, building services companies and engineering contractors and consultancies. Salaries for entry level professionals can range from between £24,000 - 28,000 with average salaries with several years experience increasing to £33,000 - 42,000. Depending on your focus industry it is possible to earn easily in excess of £60,000 and attractive day rates are available particularly within the oil and gas industry.

What are the key skills required to be a Commissioning Engineer?

A Commissioning Engineer is a highly specialised, technical role. To be successful in this job a range of skills are required, including:

  • Strong analytical and numerical skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure
  • Strong technology and IT skills
  • Time management
  • Experience and knowledge of engineering, construction and commissioning processes
  • Strong facilitating skills
  • Strong written skills
  • Ability to think methodically

An MEng degree in a relevant engineering discipline is necessary for entry into the profession. On-the-job experience is generally required and is usually obtained through sponsorship, vacation work, placement years or a graduate engineering training schemes. A relevant postgraduate qualification can also be helpful. To continue training and achieve chartered status you will need an accredited MEng degree with at least four years of vocational training with an accredited company.

For more information on training and courses available within the instrumentation industry visit the Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE).

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