Electrical Technician (03112021) Finland

The Electrical technician will be in charge of following activities:

supporting electrical troubleshooting

  • feeders for process consumers
  • motors, valves, Motor speed controllers VFC’s
  • heaters and thyristor controllers
  • switchgears
  • self-standing systems
  •  switching. BLO support for OIO

 provide relevant commissioning results and test documents, maintaining a high level of quality and attention to detail. Documenting the test results which are acceptable and in compliance with nuclear and industry standards.

 Participate in Troubleshooting of complex electrical issues associated with the electrical components of the process consumers and Power supply systems

 Supporting other electrical commissioning activities (test bench, MV/LV switchgear, diesel generators, UPS units, HVAC, EXOTIC systems) as needed

 Flexibility in assigned tasks with a commitment to supporting the schedule

 Support test in scope of SCI52E & I plus additional tests in I&C scope.

 Quality, schedule and safety of all commissioning activities in his/her branch, in particular:

o Perform all commissioning work in compliance with the Finnish electrical law
o Support the timely execution of scheduled tasks
o Verifying commissioning test results support safe operation of the electrical distribution system

Performance of above described work scope requires following expertise:
 The candidate should be able to get familiarized with the technique in a short time frame
 Electrical qualification degree required in one of the following disciplines: Electrical installation, service and maintenance works, trouble shouting on electrical systems.
 4 plus years, experience of commissioning tasks on electrical systems at large industrial installations or power generation plants. (Nuclear, Process systems, Oil & Gas, Production chain), gaining work experience associated with Motors, LV/MV-switchgear, Valves and Actuators
 Working in a team with other technicians and cooperate with other disciplines
 Fluent English required.
 SFS 6002 certificate and valid 1st aid training is highly appreciated
 Nuclear experience: will also be appreciated