Telecoms Jobs

Commissioning Engineer - 1776960

Posted: 05/02/2024

£50K - £55K / Year

ROLE: Generator Commissioning Engineer

REPORTS TO: Chief Engineer (Technical & Commissioning)


Job Description

To support the company's special projects division involved from design through delivery to

commissioning and final handover.

Principal role will involve dealing with the company's high-end special projects that require a high

level of technical ability and understanding.

Would ideally suit a generator commissioning engineer of many years who wishes to progress into

the management & delivery chain by bringing their broad experience to assist delivering complex

/ multi-synchronising high value generator projects.



• Must have experience of commissioning / fault finding of low voltage generators up to


• Must have experience of commissioning synchronising systems both Island mode and

Mains Paralleling

• Demonstrable experience with systems such as DeepSea / ComAp / Woodward /


• Holds current ECS / CSCS card of sufficient standard able to attend installations on

construction sites

• Qualifications relevant and related to BS7671

• Understanding of diesel reciprocating engines / generator controls / support mechanical

systems involving fuel storage & delivery / air movement / exhaust gas flue systems

• SSSTS (or ability & willingness to obtain)

• Competent use of office based tools such as Microsoft Office / Project

• Previous Customer Facing experience where they possess ability to converse and

professionally interact over levels from installation technicians thru to customers Project

Managers to principal consultants.

• The right to work and hold permanent residence in UK

• Willingness to involve themselves in all aspects of delivering these systems without


• Keenness to develop skills and exposure to parallel activities such as Design /

Procurement / Cost Control / Project Management

• Ability to demonstrate self-management in line with given goals and responsibilities


• Understanding of PLC systems and communications protocols / topology

• Some fault finding experience / use of PLC controls which can be developed


• Driving Licence

• High Voltage experience and exposure or at minimum desire and ability to progress with

further training

• At least basic understanding of terms such as G59 / G99 / BaseLoad / Peak Lopping /

Proportional Load-Sharing / MCPD / NRMM / CDM

• Ability for occasional travel outside of the London area but predominantly within M25


• Occasional willingness to work unsocial hours / weekends.


Ideally based within daily commute of London city.

Areas in the South / Southeast considered as majority of companies work is within or short

travelling distance of M25 areas.


• 25 days holiday excluding statutory holidays

• Enhanced payment terms where additional hours worked

• Company Pension Scheme.

• Health Insurance.

• Bonus Scheme.