Looking to join the EPC side of a megaproject on its last stages before the hand-ower to the operator?

This contractor role would result in valuable 10 months of work experience in a new-build nuclear power plant while enjoying the perks the happiest country in the world has to offer.

Role description

As a Commissioning/Maintenance Field Instrumentation Engineer, you will be calibrating Conventional Field instrumentation and performing all kinds of troubleshooting/diagnostic related to them.

You will support all activities related to clarification requests raised by the operation/commissioning teams.

Responsibilities

Besides already mentioned, your duties include:

  • Coordination of topics between Operation, Commissioning and Maintenance teams.
  • Validation of the test reports of the commissioning program and all report evidence needed after requalification.

Essential skills

You are an engineering or technician in one of the following disciplines: Conventional Field Instrumentation or I&C related to all kind of automates (control
loop check).

Several years of experience from a nuclear, conventional power plant or oil & gas industry is expected, especially in commissioning/maintenance instrumentation field activities – and therefore you also possess very good knowledge about these activities related to Conventional Field instrumentation.

You have knowledge in cabling diagrams and mechanical flow diagrams (P&ID) and have some basic management experience (ability to coordinate system commissioning activities with other team members).

Knowledge of Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) systems and experience in a commercial nuclear plant (operational or test experience) would be considered as a plus.

Any experience in system design engineering (especially fluid systems) will also be seen as an advantage.

Mira has over six years of experience in the recruitment industry. As Recruiter at Thomas Thor Associates, she focuses mainly on Finland and continental Europe.

Mira Kantola
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