We’re able to offer a number of commissioning engineer jobs in different industries, including Oil and Gas, IT, and Telecoms. There are both contract and permanent positions available all over the world.
Typical duties for commissioning engineer jobs often include a responsibility for checking that equipment or machinery functions properly. You are there to keep up to date with various technological advances, acting as a final check point in the last stages of production. You will need to have a relevant engineering degree and ideally practical work experience. It is important to have a high level of interpersonal, leadership, and managerial skills. Often, people in this role are hired to act as independent supervisors and will often work in industrial plants or an office. Sometimes, however, there is an element of travel to work sites.
If you’d be interested in learning more about the electrical commissioning engineer jobs we currently have on offer, please take a look here:
Fife's three major towns are Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline (set to be awarded city status) and Glenrothes. According to the 2012 estimate, Dunfermline is the largest settlement by population, followed by Kirkcaldy then Glenrothes. These towns are well known centres for shipbuilding. Shipbuilding provided employment for 6,300 people(headcount), contributing 0.24% of the total Scottish employment and 8% of the marine economy employment. Scottish shipbuilding accounts for around 23% of turnover and 19% of GVA of total UK output of the industry in 2019.