Process Commissioning Engineer - Water Sector

Expiring today

Carrington West
Crewe, Cheshire
May 03, 2022
May 28, 2022
Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
Role: Process Commissioning Engineer - Water Projects
Location: United Utilities framework - Multiple sites
Duration: 12 Months+
Rate: Up to £425p/day - Outside IR35

One of the UK's leading water engineering companies are looking for a Process Commissioning Engineer to work on their United Utilities framework. The successful Process Commissioning Engineer will be working on large water & wastewater treatment projects including pumping stations, treatment works and other core non-infrastructure assets.

to be considered, YOU MUST have worked for a Tier 1 Contractor or Water Utility company. You will be Capable of commissioning process equipment on water and wastewater sites, process analysis of sample results and making adjustments to the equipment to ensure consent compliance and optimisation of the installed works

My client are eagerly looking for a contractor to join their team for projects worth in excess of £100million.

The Process Commissioning Engineer will be responsible for fault finding, optimisation and delivery of technical solutions for large water and wastewater upgrades. You will have a very strong water and wastewater process knowledge and a demonstrable background in process commissioning.

The Process Commissioning Engineer role is a contract position lasting at least 12 months, likely to be extended for the right person up until the end of the current AMP7 cycle.

The role offers up to £425per day LTD company/Outside IR35 engagement

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