Job Title: ICA Engineer
Location: East Sussex
Pay - £40,000 - £45,000
ICA Engineer required to join a growing team of engineers within a large water treatment framework. ICA Engineer you will be responsible for carrying out telemetry commissioning on allocated schemes.
Duties:Carry out reviews of Telemetry Schedules in conjunction with Project Delivery Teams.Review telemetry Inspection and Test Plans in conjunction with the Commissioning Engineer to ensure the site is ready to commence End to End TestingAssist in development of Commissioning Programme defining telemetry and ICA activities.Ensure MEICA sub-contractors understand scope of works to install and connect telemetry enclosures correctly.Review of subcontractor's drawings where part of the telemetry system being installed.Assist in arranging telecom set up to new outstationsAssist Commissioning Engineer with the set up and scaling of instrumentation where part of the telemetry systemLiaise with the Project System Integrator for cross site telemetry communications.Manage change control around additional signals, changes to existing alarms and setting of alarm levels identified during testing/installationCarry out full End to End Testing of telemetry systemIssue End to End Testing certificate on completion of testingCarry out Mcert verification and certificationEnsure all Telemetry requirements are Southern Water MED, MCERT compliant on completion of testing.Complete and issue the As Built Telemetry Schedule for inclusion in Asset Integration manual and to the client.Assist O&M Coordinators in review of O&M Manuals.
Qualification:Experience working withing the water industryHNC/HND in Electrical EngineerSSSTS1st Aid
If you require more information about the role or would like to apply please send a copy of your CV or email Susannah on 01622357230
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