Commissioning System Responsible Engineer

Vega Consultants AS
Commissioning System Responsible Engineer

We are currently looking for a Commissioning System Responsible Engineer – Utility/Material Handling to assist in a major new build project on NCS. 

Position Purpose

  • System responsible for ensuring planning, preparation and execution of commissioning for designated systems in a safe, efficient and timely manner according to Project Completion Strategy and commissioning plans and ensure they meet all Company’s project and operational requirements, including verification and assurance.
  • Accountable for ensuring the safe and efficient handover of plant and equipment to the Asset Operations team upon completion of commissioning activities.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Contribute in the preparation phase with review and verification of documentation and drawings that are relevant to MC and Commissioning of designated systems.
  • Provide engineering input  
  • Estimation and planning of commissioning scope of work onshore and offshore for designated systems, including input to plan. 
  • Able to work independently to plan and execute MC follow-up and commissioning activities.
  • Participate in MC punch outs and FATs at supplier sites.
  • Deliver input and update progress into project completion system PIMS.
  • Develop, review, and implementation of commissioning procedures.
  • Coordinate with different departments and disciplines to ensure efficient execution of commissioning with high focus on HSSE.
  • Participate in discipline MC punch rounds at sites for designated systems.
  • Plan and execute commissioning activities in a timely manner based on Commissioning plan.
  • Ensure a smooth transition from Project to Operations.
  • Participate in pre-start-up and performance test reviews as necessary.

Essential experience and job requirements

  • Experience from NORSOK projects.
  • System-based commissioning knowledge and understanding
  • Track record of delivery in the Oil & Gas industry for the Norwegian Continental Shelf and able to demonstrate effective system commissioning skills are a major advantage.
  • Familiarity with Project Completions Systems and document management systems. Experience with PIMS is an advantage.
  • Ability to engage and lead a team of commissioning engineers & technicians to achieve timely execution of commissioning activities.
  • Minimum 10 years of relevant experience
  • Prior knowledge of Palfinger electrical offshore cranes is a major advantage.

Contract period: 01.07.2024 – 31.03.2027

Primary work location: Oslo. Frequent business travel for follow up of supplier packages and longer stays at vendor site in Poland is a requirement of the assignment. Mobilization to fabrication site at Stord in 2025. 

Please do not hesitate to contact Kjersti Jonker for more information about the role, +47 97704446, 







15.04.24 Candidates will be reviewed continuously


Kjersti Jonker
97 70 44 46