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ICA / Commissioning Engineer

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Water & Environmental

  • Job type:

    Contract - Full Time

  • Salary:

    £350 - 400 per day

  • Contact:

    Oliver Meleder

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876 060

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  • Published:

    13 days ago

  • Duration:

    12 Months

  • Expiry date:


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Role: ICA / Electrical Commissioning Engineer
Location: Thames Valley
Duration: On-going (minimum 1 year contract)
Pay: £350-£400 per day, inside of IR35 (van and fuel provided)
Are you an experienced engineer with delivery experience in the water sector?
Do you have an electrical / ICA background with sound knowledge of the process from design to delivery?
My client is looking to fill an exciting position which will see the successful candidate come into a large tier 1 joint venture managing the EICA and MEICA process from design to delivery. The role would suit someone with an electrical bias ideally from a commissioning delivery background rather than design. The role would be yours to make your own, building a team and taking charge of all things M&E.
Responsibilities include:
·Providing guidance and supervision to the project managers
·Provide a high level of technical expertise and support the Telemetry, Scada and ME&I staff to ensure their skills and competence levels continually improve and to identify training needs.
·Overseeing the planning of resource availability, and skills requirements liaising with internal staff to secure multi-disciplined internal labour.
·Initial project feasibility, survey, project scoping, estimation, design, etc
·Managing all project-related correspondence, schedules, plans, deliverables and documentation
·Commercial reporting and invoicing
·Assigning and reviewing work priorities
·Regular meetings with the Project Managers to ensure project visibility and progress.
·Providing regular feedback on operational issues / concerns to stakeholders and senior managers
·Monitoring project budgets and assisting with data for commercial invoicing
·Monitoring project performance and departmental cost analysis
·Ensuring that all Health & Safety processes and procedures are followed.
·Project contract negotiation assistance as required.
·Staff line management to include recruitment, training, reviews and disciplines.
·Adjusting projects priorities and milestones based upon the customer's changing needs
·Liaising with internal departments to secure multi-disciplined labour (as may be required)
·Regular liaison and account management with client representatives
·Providing regular feedback / reporting on operational issues / commercial performance to senior management
·Reviewing resource availability and future skills requirements
·Ensuring that all company processes, and procedures are followed
Key requirements:
·Technical qualifications - sound electrical, controls and mechanical knowledge.
·Thames Water Industry knowledge and experience is essential
·Experience with early concept design, through to commissioning and installation.
·Knowledge Construction Design & Management Regulations