Location(s): Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand; Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila
About Us: Steam Power Services: Headquartered in Baden, Switzerland, Steam Power Systems combines unmatched expertise with the broadest range of technologies to help customers deliver sustainable and reliable power around the world. We set the standard for efficient power generation from coal, oil, nuclear, and biomass by providing exceptional performance over the life of a power plant.
Role Summary: The Commissioning Engineer Electrical is responsible for the planning and/or preparation and execution of the commissioning, trial run, acceptance testing and inspections/measurements within the scope of work associated to his/her assigned project. You are responsible for the technical safety of systems within his/her scope of work from turnover from erection until hand over to the customer (PAC).
In addition you will also be responsible for (but not limited to):
Utilise all available tools and aids in order to achieve the goals of the assignment as well as strive for continuous product improvements and cost reduction.
All commissioning activities are performed in accordance with internal standard operating procedures and are carried out under Permit to work (PTW) procedure.
Deviations from the agreed goals are reported and that corrective measures are initiated by arrangement Commissioning Manager and other cross functional teams
Commissioning is performed in a safe and timely manner in accordance with the contract, site regulations, budget and time schedule.
Manage, perform, coordinate and monitor the commissioning of the systems specified within the scope of work of the Commissioning Engineer Electrical by arrangement with the Commissioning Manager (COMM)
Organize and supervise the safe operation of the plant (site rules, safety regulations, shift plan, shift log, etc.) from system turnover from erection until PAC
Facilitate the turnover of systems from erection to commissioning and from commissioning to the customer in accordance with current procedure/work instruction.
Execute all witness points of systems specified within the scope of work of the Commissioning Engineer Electrical as defined by contract and local regulations
Execute the additional commissioning tests, as defined by contract and local regulations, which are beyond the regular commissioning scope.
Ensure that the engineering department is involved in handling technical problems and decisions.
Ensure that technical deviations are reported with a corresponding non-conformance report (NCR) and that the same are followed up until their completion
Maintain logbooks to record commissioning and operational events as specified in the work instructions.
Provide update information related to the commissioning system time schedule and the commissioning staff planning to the COMM.
Timely call-up of Commissioning Engineer Electrical, specialists and further associated staff through the COMM.
Manage, assess, supervise, support and promote the commissioning and other personnel assigned
Manage the handling and inspection of the commissioning test equipment.
Participate in site meetings and provide technical experience feedback to project management and project engineering departments during debriefing meeting(s).
Organize the return of all commissioning test equipment as soon as possible.
Provide, by assignment completion and submit a Field Service Report
Qualifications/Requirements: To be successful in this role, you would possess and/or demonstrate: - University degree or technical qualification in engineering related field - Excellent communication skills - At least two to four years’ experience as a commissioning engineer in the specified field. - Previous experience in Power Plant processess
Locations: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand; Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Bangkok, Manila
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