We are seeking a Commissioning Engineer, to work primarily in Saudi Arabia but potentially support in GCC.
What You Will Do In Your Role
A successful candidate for this role will be responsible for the installation supervision, troubleshooting and maintenance recommendations to our customers as well as commissioning new combustion equipment at customers’ job sites. The successful candidate will have operational and functional knowledge of register burners, duct burners or utility burners. The Candidate must possess good mechanical aptitude with the ability to learn complex mechanical systems. The candidate will also need to know how to interact with PLC’s, PLC logic, and HMI’s and have a basic knowledge of electrical design and wiring skills.
The candidate will be expected to travel on a regular basis to customer job sites. He will need solid interpersonal skills and be a trusted adviser to the customer. The candidate will be expected to advise the customer regarding spare parts and suggest future Service.
The candidate will be expected to climb stairs or catwalks and work in outdoor environments at job sites. The candidate will need to be responsible for meeting all the safety, health and performance training requirements. He must be actively committed to environmental, health and safety programs.
The Experience You Will Bring
The candidate must have worked with register burners, duct burners or utility burners for a minimum of 2 years. The candidate must be able to follow BMS and HMI programming and logic in PLC's.
What Will Put You Ahead
- The candidate to have worked with register burners, duct burners or utility burners for a minimum of 5 years as a Service or Commissioning engineer. The candidate shall be able to follow BMS, HMI and Combustion Control programming and logic in PLC's.
- Degree in mechanical / chemical engineering from an accredited college or university and 4 years of equivalent work experience with register burners, duct burners or utility burners.
- Physical Demands/Unusual Working Conditions: Be able to travel to job sites approx to 75% of the time.
- Other Considerations: Climbing up stairs and ladders to access instruments will be required at many job sites in both hot and cold environments..