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Commissioning Manager - High Voltage / Low Voltage Specialist, Reading, Atomic Weapons Establishment

Published 2022-06-24
Expires 2022-07-24
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Commissioning Manager - High Voltage / Low Voltage Specialist, Reading, Atomic Weapons Establishment
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Reading,
Published June 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Commissioning manager - high voltage / low voltage specialist


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AWE has an exciting new opportunity for a High Voltage / Low Voltage specialist to join their Commissioning team. This role will underpin an exciting phase of Capital new build projects in support of the company's strategic goals. Commissioning Manager - High Voltage / Low Voltage SpecialistLocation: Reading areaPackage: £42,650 - £62,000 (depending on your suitability and level of experience) + £5,141 allowance AWE (one of the best 25 big companies to work for in the UK) offers an attractive array of benefits which include:Market leading contributory pension schemeGenerous holiday entitlement 270 hours a year (inclusive of Bank Holidays) plus every other Friday offFlexible working hoursSalary sacrifice schemeConsideration for either full time or part time hours. Just let us know on your application if you wish to work part timeRelocation package available (terms and conditions apply) What will you be required to do?Provide management and governance to maintain and promote high personal standards in environment, safety, health, security and quality across all areas of engineering with specific specialist knowledge within Commissioning and, where required, the nuclear environmentBe responsible for the professional development, performance and ethical standards of the staff within their responsibility and reporting chainAppropriately organise Commissioning Teams and ensure key personnel are demonstrably competent to undertake their rolesEnsure that commissioning activities follow the appropriate Project Delivery Map from design support through to handover to end userWhere applicable ensuring safety systems and user requirements are verified to defined acceptance criteriaEnsure commissioning records are maintained to support project handoverBe responsible for task management to meet the professional standards, performance and integrity of the work and reporting information necessary to support the project and business objectives Whilst not considered a checklist, candidates should be able to demonstrate:Project Management experience of commissioning and practical commissioningPeople management skills and process experienceExperience and accreditation in High Voltage activities including:Arc Flash HazardsDialectic Strength TestingHigh Voltage Earth Electrode TestingFundamentals of High Voltage Protection and Relay TestingElectricity At Work Act (EAWR) 1989Proven HV commissioning experience within high hazard error intolerant environmentsExperience of managing and working with teams and contractorsStrong stakeholder communication skillsMembership of an appropriate professional institute as an incorporated engineer with equivalent academic or vocational certification (Desirable) Candidates must be willing and able to obtain and maintain the necessary security clearance for the role and be willing and able to work in designated areas.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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