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Commissioning Engineer (400kV)

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Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
From £800 per day + Travel & Accommodation
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Date Added
April 1st, 2024

Role - Commissioning Engineer (400kV)

Location - Hull and surrounding areas

Start Date - ASAP

Duration - 12 Months + Possible Extensions

Working Pattern - Monday - Friday 12 Hour Days

Rates - Up to £800 Daily Rate Inside IR35 via Umbrella

Clearance - BPSS

- MUST have Full UK Working Rights to be considered for this position

- MUST have experience with Electrical Commissioning to 400kV


  • Oversee commissioning activities from PC ensuring all commissioning is completed on schedule.
  • Engage with stakeholders in regular joint commissioning meetings.
  • Deal with the ESO when requiring EON/ION .
  • Work with the completions department to ensure the correct flow from construction to commission takes place.
  • Apply commissioning protection settings to the circuit during the commissioning phase and restore afterwards.
  • Ability to fault find on protection circuits including interrogation of relays.
  • Create Commissioning switching programs/schedules to ensure all aspects of commissioning is captured.
  • Provide weekly reports to management


  • Full UK Working Rights
  • Degree Level of Equivalent in Electrical Engineering
  • Experience with 400kV Substation Commissioning
  • Proven experience as Lead Commissioning engineer.
  • Experience working within Transmission substations.
  • Previous experience dealing with NG ESO / NGET.
  • NG Persons authorisation would be beneficial.
  • Comfortable at leading a Team through the commissioning phase of the project

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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