Electrical Commissioning/ Test Engineer – St Albans
3 months’ temporary to permanent
£15 p/h - £18p/h (PAYE or Umbrella)
LV Switchgear/Panel Wring/LV Wiring/Schematics
The Test Engineer will be responsible for the following.
- This role involves the electrical testing and commissioning of LV switchboards – this would include protection relays, controls and metering.
- You will be responsible for testing and demonstrating the operation of switchgear at client inspections, either in the factor or at project sites. All units get tested 3 times by this candidate before it is handed over to the client.
- Electrical test of LV Switchgear and controls panels
- Conduction Pre- FAT’s (factory acceptance tests), FAT’s (factory acceptance tests with the client present), and SAT’s (site acceptance tests – at the client premises).
- Liaise with clients and / or their representatives
- Using schematics to fault find
- Preparing test certs and all required documentation
The candidate must possess the following skills to be considered for this role:
- Experience of testing LV Switchgear
- Able to complete FAT’s, SAT’s, Commission and handover
- Client facing skills
- Can fault find on electrical components using a schematic
- Carry out mechanical assembly and tightness testing etc.
The benefits of this position:
- Competitive hourly rates.
- Immediate start
To be considered for this role please either hit the 'Apply' button on this site or email your CV directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You must be eligible to live and work within the UK. Sponsorship is not provided.
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