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Job ID 132492
Energy Sector/Home based
We have invested over 1m to help create a purpose-build School of Engineering at the University of Lincoln, the first of its kind in Britain in over 20 years. Our goal was to provide a centre of excellence which could allow students to be 'industry-ready' on graduating, and provide world-class training facilities for our customers. Since being officially opened in January 2012 by HRH Princess Anne, the School has received a number of accolades locally and nationally. Lincoln is also home to the Siemens Industrial Turbo Machinery Limited business.
Siemens has been at the forefront of engineering innovation for over 160 years; with a proud history of manufacturing in the UK. We have recently secured the biggest contract in our history, moved our service division into brand new state-of-the-art facilities at Teal Park, investing significantly in our city centre site.
We are looking for Commissioning Engineers to join our highly skilled technical team to work on Small Gas Turbines globally. You will be responsible for bringing our new units online and completing unique retrofit projects.
A background in the Oil and Gas industry with rotating equipment knowledge and experience with associated control systems is essential.
In return we will offer you the opportunity to use the latest technology, working for a market leader with an attractive salary and benefits package.
To apply, please visit our website, click 'search' on the drop down menu and enter the relevant job ID into the requisition field.

Job Type : Permanent

Location : Home Based

Salary : Attractive salary

Date Advertised : 28 Mar 2014

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