For 50 years, we've been driven by the firm belief that engineers are the architects of tomorrow's world, leading the way with their daring, their expertise and their ability to push boundaries.
Every day, our 5,700 employees innovate for our clients, partnering the world's greatest engineering projects in the fields of energy, healthcare, life sciences and transport.
A fast-growing international Group, we are present in 14 countries (in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa).
Assystem Energy & Infrastructure is recruiting for a Senior Process Commissioning Engineer with a mechanical basis to join our ongoing commissioning activities in Derby on a contract basis.
The position is primarily focused upon the development of commissioning handover documentation and deliver them to the wider commissioning team to bring about a safe start-up.
Whilst primarily 'office-based' there will be a need for the occasional 'hands-on'.
Role title: Senior Mechanical Process Commissioning Engineer
Contract: circa 6 months
Hours: circa40 hours per week over 5 days, flexible start/finish
What we are looking for in applications:
Considerable engineering experience with a bias in mechanical commissioning activities, preferably in a highly regulated process engineering environment.
Experience with the documentation and substantiation required from commissioning activities to enable a safe and controlled plant start-up.
Experience in working on multiple subsystems in parallel to achieve safe overall system readiness.
Clear evidence of working to standards such as PD5304 (Safe use of Machinery), BS EN 1037 Safety Of Machinery (prevention of unexpected start-up), PD5500 pressurised equipment.
Working knowledge of COSHH and DSEAR regulations in an industrial setting.
Knowledge and some exposure to PUWER and to LOLER would be beneficial.**Security clearance**
Whilst we encourage applications from all nationalities, Assystem within the UK are subject to security and export control restrictions due to the nature of work to be undertaken.
These restrictions mean that factors including your nationality, any previous nationalities you have held, and/or your place of birth may limit those roles that you can perform for the organisation