Lead Wind Commissioning Engineer

Location: Australia
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Contact: Jamie McMenemie
Email: email Jamie
Posted: 9 months ago
As a Lead Wind Commissioning Lead Engineer you will be part of our client’s wind project organisation. You will be responsible to perform commissioning and service activities on wind turbine generators (WTG) and its ancillary equipment (SCADA etc.) throughout the region.
 
Essential Responsibilities:
The role includes, among others, the following responsibilities:
  • Both lead and oversee all activities including, commissioning, trail-run and documentation activities at assigned projects
  • Schedule and coordinate work and all Commissioning activities with client and any other functions
  • Motivate, supervise and confidently lead assigned teams, provide professional feedback, evaluations and recommendations to your team members
  • Ensure compliance of site activities with safety and quality standards at all times
  • Ensure company possessions including vehicles, property, tooling, equipment and Commissioning documentation is kept in good order
  • Identify and adequately maintain stock of critical assets, tools and spare parts
  • Be sure to be the “go-to” person for issues and technical problems; communicate, address and escalate these as required
  • Ensure that all commissioning deliverables are met within contractual requirements and set deadlines
  • Support other internal functions such as Site Management, Installation etc.
  • Maintain and promote EHS, safety and quality culture
  • Report, communicate and escalate commissioning site status, progress and issues
Qualifications/Requirements:
  • Degree as qualified/certified electrical engineer/technician and at least bachelor’s degree (or similar) in electrical eng. or equivalent knowledge/experience
  • Significant professional experience of at least 5 years performing all aspects of Commissioning work at WTGs
  • Ability and confidence to work at heights (includes physical fitness to climb) as per G41 or similar standard
  • Capable of working at remote sites in adverse and unusual weather conditions (heat, humidity, cold, wind, altitude)
  • Ability and willingness to travel and work domestically and internationally as and when required
  • Ability and willingness to work on weekends, public-vacation, shift-work or on-call duty as and when required
  • Valid/clean Australian driving license
  • English fluency, particularly with technical explanations (min. Level B2, C1 preferred
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines successfully whilst continuing to follow safety/quality guidelines
  • Competent in Health and Safety standards (EHS)

Reaching out

For a confidential discussion on this or any other opportunities available in the market please contact Jamie McMenemie at jamie.mcmenemie@next-wavepartners.com - Direct Line: +61 2 9098 4340

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