Test and commissioning jobs
Within the rail, power and construction sectors, test & commissioning of all works is a prerequisite. Finding the right candidate who possesses the right set of skills to carry out such a function has become harder to source.
We fully understand the National Grid Transmission Procedures for Commissioning and have long standing relationships with a number of blue chip OEM’s (Original Equipment Manufacturer, Principle Contractors and specialist Subcontractors who support the electrical commissioning process across both the Transmission and the Distribution Network voltage levels down to LV (low voltage) and domestic level.
We are also able to supply Commissioning Panel Chairpersons, Commissioning Officers, Settings Engineers and Protection and Control and SCADA Engineering personnel. We have supplied to five of the six former National Grid Electricity Alliances and have long standing contracts with some of the DNO supply chains. Please visit our power jobs page for more information.
All our rail jobs require a specialist set of testing and commissioning skills including the testing of all electrification and plant connections and controls (2391 testing - low voltage) and dynamic tests.
Equally, we recruit for all types of signalling test positions from tester-in-charge (TIC) to assistant testers. This extends also to the commissioning of all signalling equipment, where we recruit specifically for those positions, whereby the candidates hold the necessary licenses to commission any type of signalling projects, large or small scale.
The same applies to our rail communications recruitment operation. We recruit for all types of test and commissioning positions and through our compliance team, ensure all candidates are fully vetted and approved to work in any of the safety critical/highly regulated environments our client operate within.
Commissioning is critical at both ends of the projects that the Built Environment team are involved with. Pre-commissioning is essential to ensuring that equipment works to its specification, ensuring safe working conditions and scheduling and coordinating to work to tight deadlines ensures the effective delivery and installation of a project. It is critical when testing at the end of the job work has been delivered to the agreed specification and that the job done is fit for purpose. RSL are able to supply commissioning engineers and managers, electrical testers, ICA technicians and maintenance engineers to support projects in this area.
How can we help?
Whether you are seeking a contract or permanent opportunity, or you are seeking to attract additional talent to your organisation, please contact us as follows;