Commissioning Engineer

Location Southampton
Job-type Contract
Salary £400 - 400 per day
Contact Will Heath
Call 07773 034739
Reference WH-CE140722

Commissioning Engineer

Location: Southampton

Rate: £400+ per day – negotiable depending upon experience (IR35 review to be conducted on offer)

This Tier 1 giant have an urgent requirement for an established Commissioning Engineer to join their Environmental division and work on prestigious projects for very well-known clients in the Water industry.

With their annual turnover reaching the billions and their portfolio boasting projects valued in the hundreds of millions, you can be confident that this position will keep you moving at a fast pace and will bring out the best of your talents as a motivated leader and strategic thinker.

Commissioning Engineer Details:

As Commissioning Engineer you will ensure the efficient delivery of the MEICA and commissioning of Thames Water AMP 7 projects. The role encompasses input into the design process, providing commissioning overview, preparing detailed procedures to cover commissioning activities. You will ensure that the MEICA installation activities are completed to the project programmes and in sequence that promotes efficient commissioning.

Commissioning Engineer Requirements

-         Experience within a similar role

-         CSCS or ECS

-         EUSR National Water Hygiene

-         SMSTS or SSSTS

How to Apply

If you’re interested in this Commissioning Engineer role, press “APPLY” or send your CV to or call Will on 07773034739

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