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Principal Commissioning Engineer

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Principal Commissioning Engineer (Nuclear)
Rivergate House, Reading
£60.50 per hour / 45 hours per week
6 month FTC


Here at Cavendish Nuclear, we are looking for a Principal Commissioning Engineer to join our team. We are looking for the successful candidate to have the following attributes and qualifications:

Academic Requirements:Level 4 Qualification (e.g. HNC) preferred but 'commissioning specific' experience may be considered in lieu of qualification.IOSH Managing Safely or equivalentCSCS/ECS Affiliated cards (in date) in specific disciplineMember of institution (IET etc.) preferred
Security Clearance Requirements:Able to obtain SC clearance (this is required for access to the site as it is a secure location)Experience Requirements:Electrical & Instrumentation and Control Systems commissioning experienceExperience in the nuclear industry with nuclear site experienceAWE experienceConversant with Siemens S7 and Simocode, WinCC, Profibus and PICS software packagesFor Electrical Commissioning Engineers only - 18th Edition IEE Regulations (Electrical)Be familiar with commissioning procedures for TCA's, Fob's (or CR's) and handover.
Principal Tasks and ResponsibilitiesSupervision of the Commissioning technicians under their direct responsibility.Adherence to the agreed Commissioning Quality Management System and ensuring that the commissioning team members correctly apply procedures, codes and standards to commissioning activities.Interface with the Client team and other project disciplines (Design Engineering, Training, Procurement, Quality Assurance, Construction, Operations and Maintenance)Functional inputs to Commissioning Deliverables.Day to day progress monitoring and reporting.Input to, production and checking of Commissioning Documentation (including Test Documentation, Commissioning Reports).Assisting the Commissioning Team Leader in the identification of the Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) requirements - approval of vendor test documentation, witnessing of vendor testing, approval of vendor test results where required.Responsible for production and checking of the Commissioning Test Documentation.Ensuring that all mandatory test pre-requisites are in placeCarry out Risk Assessment and produce Safe Systems of WorkResponsible for the execution of commissioning tests to schedule.Responsible for the satisfactory completion of all commissioning execution records and results and control of all raw data associated with the tests they carry out.Review and acceptance of completed test records.Compilation and review of Commissioning LTQR packagesProvision of discipline specific subject matter expertise.Day to Day planning of commissioning execution activities. About Us:We are proud to be the UK's leading supplier to the nuclear industry and a growing global force. From our inception during the earliest days of nuclear research and development, we recognised that a focus on people and the expertise they deliver is the key to meeting the challenges of this exciting technology.We've been true to that ideal ever since and our approach has seen us bring together much of the UK's rich nuclear heritage, delivered through a highly skilled workforce of 5,000 nuclear suitably qualified personnel, to create the innovative organisation you see today. The breadth of our expertise means we are able to offer unrivalled experience and specialist knowledge across all aspects of the nuclear energy life cycle, from design and build, through operations and maintenance, to decommissioning, waste management and remediation.As a wholly owned subsidiary of Babcock International Group, we are trusted to deliver the highest standards of safety, quality, security and environmental protection for our customers. Our business is supported by the three cornerstones of safety, people and performance - zero harm, one inclusive culture and 100% delivery on our promises.To find out more about what we do, please visit our website (click here).