Lead Commissioning Engineer

Posted 7 April by Professional Management Resources Ltd Easy Apply

Our client is a leading Western Owner’s Engineer currently engaged in the construction of one of the biggest and newest Energy projects in the Middle East, an ISCC - Integrated Solar and CCGT power plant currently in construction in Saudi Arabia.

They are urgently seeking a LEAD COMMISSIONING ENGINEER to oversee the commissioning team, managing a full team of mechanical, electrical and I&C Engineers commissioning the project, and leading the team supervising the EPC and OEM Contractors on Site.

Candidates should have an Engineering Degree qualification and extensive experience working in a lead or managerial role on similar Thermal/CCGT Power Plant projects, preferably with owners engineering background, and with broad commissioning experience of Power Plant relevant equipment including HRSG - Heat Recovery Steam Generation, Industrial Gas Boilers etc. and have actioned intense test and commissioning programmes including Start Up.

Our client will conduct immediate interviews (in person, skype or phone) for suitable candidates and can arrange expedient mobilisation for available candidates.

Our client is offering competitive local tax-free salary, annually renewable contract with long term duration employment opportunities on future projects, and will provide accommodation with recreational facilities, food, laundry, transport, medical insurance, leave cycles per annum with flights to/from point of origin, ie. UK, Europe, South Africa, North & South America, Australia, NZ etc. Single status only.

Applicants please forward your CV as a Word Document (not pdf) to John Harries - Senior Consultant, PMR - Professional Management Resources Ltd with details of your current location and earliest availability.

Required skills

  • Commissioning Engineers

Reference: 34852059

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