Vanderlande North America

Commissioning Engineer

Job ID
2017-3236
Category
Engineering

Overview

The Commissioning Engineer is responsible for ensuring the software controls site project plan is executed according to scheduling and phasing. This includes system start-up coordination as well as commissioning and test coordination. This role provides interface and coordination with our customer(s) and subcontractors to resolve issues and problems to the satisfaction of the company/customer. Other responsibilities include: site progress monitoring, daily PLC/HMI progress, and contribution to the team with regard to risk analysis and contingency management.

Responsibilities

  • Managing the control systems execution, which includes hardware/system/network design, software development (PLC and HMI), electrical installation and system commissioning.
  • Execute projects from concept through completion with a positive result on technical performance, financial results and the organization.
  • Involvement in project planning of controls project team, project specifications (i.e., functional, design, etc.), engineering, execution and commissioning of Material Handling Projects (specifically Baggage Handling Systems).
  • Work closely with clients and subcontractors and communicate closely with other groups within VI and project team (i.e., mechanical engineering, project management and installation).
  • Work on quotation bids with the systems and sales department on new projects and/or on project changes.
  • Ensuring the commissioning activities of the project are executed according to scheduling and phasing.
  • Coordination and execution of the project in cooperation with the engineering team based in the Netherlands and under the Project Manager, Engineering Management.
  • Day to day site commissioning activities (assist in recruitment and training of personnel, planning and performance measurement).
  • Coordination with the suppliers involved in the project.
  • Provide operating supervision and coordination during commissioning.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

  • Engineering degree, preferably in Electrical, Mechanical (Mechatronics Option) or Computer Engineering.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in commissioning complex baggage handling systems including troubleshooting both Allen Bradley and Siemens PLC’s. Experience with Vanderlande Industries design a definite asset.
  • Experience implementing/commissioning Baggage Handling controls systems. Proven skills in understanding and designing PLC (Siemens, Allen Bradley) programs, SCADA systems and network.
  • Experience working as a Controls Project Engineer in airports across Canada and interacting with CATSA. Testing with TSA in United States is an asset.
  • Experience commissioning automated material handling systems (conveyor systems, loop sorters and ASRS).
  • Exceptional organizational skills and a track record of working effectively in a team environment.
  • Demonstrated familiarity working with consultants and contractors within the Construction industry.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English as well as proven success presenting ideas to vendors, associates, and customers.
  • Ability to travel is necessary plus ability to work irregular hours as required.
  • A can-do attitude, self-starter and ability to thrive in a multi-cultural team.
  • A self-confident team player who is comfortable dealing with people at all levels in an organization and who is able to cross corporate boundaries. Capable of operating in an environment containing ambiguity and uncertainty.
  • Willing and able to travel.
  • Must be able to obtain an airport security pass.

 

Knowledge-Skills-Abilities:     

 

  • A professional demeanor, diplomacy and the ability to exercise sound judgment.
  • Exceptional interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to work with a variety of personalities.
  • Strong conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills.

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