Mechanical Commissioning Engineer

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Mechanical Commissioning Engineer

Location: Sweden Salary: €85,000-95,000 DOE

Mechanical Commissioning Engineer- Sweden

€85,000-95,000 DOE + Package

We are assisting an established and rapidly growing engineering services contractor in their search for a dedicated Mechanical Commissioning Engineer to be working in the company's projects in Sweden. The company is focused in Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Sprinkler and Fire Protection division and also offers additional top notch services that includes Waste to Energy (BioEnergy), Specialist Lift, Off Site Fabrication, Technical Support Services, Maintenance, Asset Management, BIM (Building Information Modelling) and Geo-Surveying. 

As a Mechanical Commissioning Engineer, you will be responsible for assisting in leading and overseeing the commissioning process of mechanical systems across our projects. Your role will involve ensuring the successful installation, testing, and performance validation of a wide range of mechanical systems, including but not limited to HVAC systems i.e.  Fans, AHUs, ductwork, VAVs, and refrigerant systems. You will be responsible for life support systems such as fire smoke damper systems, hydronic pipe works systems, evaporative cooling and waste heat recovery, and building automation systems (BAS) while upholding the highest standards of quality and safety.

Key Responsibilities and Requirements:

  • Take charge of planning and executing the commissioning process for mechanical systems on assigned projects. 

  • Collaborate with project teams to establish commissioning schedules and ensure timely project completion.

  • Conduct comprehensive testing and calibration of mechanical systems, including HVAC, plumbing, BAS instrumentation, and other relevant equipment, to validate their functionality and efficiency.

  • Identify and address any issues, deviations, or deficiencies that arise during the commissioning process. 

  • Work closely with multidisciplinary teams to implement effective solutions.

  • Maintain accurate and detailed documentation of commissioning procedures, test results, and system performance. 

  • Prepare comprehensive commissioning reports for review and delivery to clients.

  • Communicate with clients throughout the commissioning process, providing updates and addressing inquiries to ensure client satisfaction with the final deliverables.

  • Work closely with project managers, mechanical engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure seamless integration of mechanical systems within the overall project.

  • Bachelor's degree or higher in Mechanical Engineering or a related field.

  • Proven experience in commissioning mechanical systems for industrial or commercial projects.

  • Sound knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, and other mechanical systems.

  • Familiarity with relevant codes, standards, and safety protocols.

  • Strong problem-solving skills and keen attention to detail.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.

  • Ability to work collaboratively within a team-oriented environment.

  • Effective time management skills to meet project deadlines.

  • Willingness to travel occasionally for on-site commissioning activities.


  • Accommodation

  • Work-life rotation TBD

  • Return flights

  • Living allowance

  • Competitive salary package. 

  • Opportunity to work in a dynamic and supportive environment. 

  • Work-life balance.

  • Training and development programs.

Please apply with your updated CV and we will contact you in return for a confidential discussion.  

Ideal candidate must have rights to work in Sweden. All applicants can expect a response after 24 hours. 

To consistently deliver a recruitment service that's of an exceptional standard and guided by values of performance, trust, transparency and respect.
To work in partnership and thoroughly understand the needs and preferences of both our clients and candidates.
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