|Job reference nr.:||JG-101299|
|Type of work:||Temporary|
|Start date:||January 1, 2020|
|Job duration:||> 1 year|
Atlas Professionals is specialised in Renewables. At the moment we have an opening for the temporary position of Commissioning Manager to work in Netherlands. Interested in this temporary position? Let us know.
Our client is developing the Borssele 3 and 4 windpark off the coast of The Netherlands. The combined windparks comprise of 77 V164-9.5 Vestas turbines, which are tight into an Offshore High Voltage Station (developed and operated by grid operator TenneT). For the development two EPC contracts for BOP and WTG scope have been awarded to two well known and respected companies in the industry. The main responsibility of the Commissioning Manager is for overall coordination of offshore commissioning activities, and ensure that the commissioning process is executed safely, in time and with high quality results.
Main task consist of:
-defining and securing of interfaces between the various parties
-identification of risk and associated mitigation
-identifying any resources needed during commissioning phase
-result are supported by signed testing docs and release certificates
-preparation of supporting documentation.
- close cooperation with the SAP/IVs and assuring that the PtA (Permit to Access) and PtW forms and procedures are in place
-ensure preparation of all test-protocols are available and agreed
-planning and back-up planning of the activities is clear in case verification tests appear to fail
Close collaboration with the different package managers and project disciplines is key. The commissioning manager will report to the overall Construction Manager.
- Proven experience with turbine and windpark commissioning.
- Working in a multi-disciplined organisation
Should you be interested in the position of Commissioning Manager, please send your application via the apply button. For more information, please contact Josh Goff, Personnel Coordinator in Bristol, United Kingdom stating reference number null