Commissioning Engineer Mechanical (Project Engineer)

North West England

Morgan Sindall Infrastructure
Vacancy title
Commissioning Engineer Mechanical (Project Engineer)
Contract type
Full time permanent
North West England

Commissioning Engineer, Mechanical

Commissioning Engineer

  • Be part of some of the UK’s largest and most complex infrastructure projects.
  • Join a programme dedicated to driving your career forward.
  • Structured career paths supported by quality internal and external training.
  • Competitive pay and reward packages.
  • Opportunities to work across multiple projects throughout your career.
  • We welcome people from all backgrounds and our partnership recently earned the Investors in Diversity Award from the National Centre for Diversity.


About PPP

The Programme and Project Partners (PPP) at Sellafield brings together KBR, Jacobs, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, Altrad Babcock, Sellafield Ltd as the client, and a wider supply chain to deliver a 20-year pipeline of major infrastructure projects.

This 20-year pipeline of work along with the size, scale and complexity of our projects allows us to offer our people rewarding long-term opportunities with the ability to develop their skills and progress their careers.

The PPP Start Up Capability (Commissioning & Pre-Operations) play a vital part in all the projects by ensuring our new-build or modified plants are transitioned to safe and reliable operations. With several major projects already in-flight and other projects in the pipeline now is a great time to join PPP and drive your career forward.

The role

As a Commissioning Engineer you will identify and develop testing/ validation requirements and pre-operational work scope during the design phase. You will also write documentation and execute activities in line with established processes. You will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team but will also collaborate regularly with other teams in your project as well as external vendors and stakeholders.

The ideal person

You will have an apprenticeship and/ or OBC/Level 3 qualification in a relevant discipline as well as experience of working in an engineering/ technical role where you were responsible for fault finding. The scale and complexity of our projects mean that you will collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders so it’s important that you have excellent communication skills. Good computer skills are also important as you will be responsible for producing test documentation and reports.

Experience of working in Nuclear or a highly regulated environment is nice to have but if you are new to the industry and have the relevant skills and experience then we would love to hear from you.

Morgan Sindall is an equal opportunities employer and we are also an Investors in People company. 

Morgan Sindall is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK. 

In the recruitment process all applicants are required to provide the necessary right to work information and documentation. 

Morgan Sindall has a commitment to sourcing candidates directly and as such we do not accept speculative CV’s from agencies. Please note that any CV’s submitted will be deemed as gifted to Morgan Sindall and any agency terms & conditions associated with the use of such CVs will be null and void. 



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